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There are several different reasons for needing a property inspection, and the equipment, process and expertise required can vary. For example, a comprehensive survey by a Chartered Surveyor can be valuable if you are purchasing a property.
This may not go as far as a survey of the roof unless there are signs of problems. A drone property inspection is ideal for checking a specific part of a building, such as the chimney.
A pilot with experience in the field of drone property inspections will be able to advise you about the best way to carry out the survey you need and whether it will satisfy other parties involved. For example, an insurance Loss Adjuster may ask for a drone roof survey to support a claim for roof damage.
A drone with a thermal imaging camera is ideal for checking the insulation of a property. The price of a drone property inspection could easily be covered by the savings you’ll make once you identify areas where heat is escaping.
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Roof inspections can be a crucial measure in saving you money in the long term by spotting potential problems early, whether you are inspecting a property you are planning on purchasing or one that you already own.
However, traditional inspection methods such as scaffolding erection or hiring elevated platforms can seem to incur more expense and disruption than the benefit that they provide. Luckily, drone roof inspections can provide a faster, cheaper and simpler solution to your roof inspection needs.
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Depending on how many quote requests you chose we will automatically send the information that you have entered to that number of your nearest Drone Safe Register™ drone pilots. They will then respond back to you directly just as soon as they are able.
Please note that our professional pilots are likely to be working hard, so allow some time for them to come back to you. It is usual for them to ask you a few more questions about the work you want them to do, as quoting for drone services is very location and risk assessment specific.