AERIAL ROOF & CHIMNEY CONDITION SURVEYS & INSPECTIONS

Experienced and qualified surveyors who can conduct aerial surveys of your high structure buildings

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“The individual was polite and tidy. He can across as being well informed. The report that was produced after the visit was easy to read and informative about the issues and the remedies required.”

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AERIAL ROOF CONDITION SURVEYS & INSPECTIONS

Prior to legal aerial inspections, using UAV’s to assess a roof, chimney or other high structure was an expensive and costly exercise.

With our extensive range of professional hi-tech equipment and fully licensed pilots and surveyors, inspections of high structures such as roofs, chimneys, churches and towers, no longer require expensive scaffolding.

Furthermore, there is no longer a need for unsightly mechanical access equipment.

After our pre planning and flight assessment, we will be able to provide you with high resolution images and high definition film of your high structure aerial survey.

With the equipment and large operational screen, we are able to see live footage from the UAV, and therefore obtain the exact photographs and film required.

  • CAA approved & insured
  • 30+ years Building Surveying experience
  • The latest DJI drones and survey equipment used

Our experienced qualified building surveyors are trained and certified UAV pilots.

We will undertake the initial ground flight assessment, obtain the required aviation permissions, and conduct the flight in accordance with the CAA regulations

This confirms that the project is undertaken in a safe and legal manner.

We conclude your high structure survey with a fully detailed report of our inspection, accompanied by the relevant images and video to assist in rectifying any issues found.

  • Pitched Roof & Valley Conditions Surveys
  • Flat Roof Condition Surveys
  • Chimney Condition Surveys
  • Tall Structure Surveys
  • Building Elevation Inspections
  • Bridge Condition Surveys