Roof & Building Inspections
It goes without saying that there are very specific challenges to inspecting roofs and tall buildings, especially those that are pitched. Roofs are a dangerous element in general, there are almost always risks associated with working on or around the top of a building or structure. Drone Photography Newcastle has been inspecting rooftops since we got into the business, because we have the secret weapon. Drones! Drones are specifically engineered to be able to navigate heights, and the only safety hazard is geared toward the drone itself. No human beings are in harm’s way during a drone inspection, and our pilots make sure the job gets done quickly and correctly.
Drones aren’t only safe, they’re quick and accurate. Sending an individual, or maybe even a team, to inspect a rooftop or building could take days, depending on the size and the method used. With drones, you’re looking at cutting that time in at least half. Our trained drone operators know how to navigate the drones in a way that cuts down on wasted time, and they use pinpoint controls to take the photos you need to pass inspection. If roof inspection is on your agenda, save yourself time, effort and money and call Drone Photography Newcastle today!
The tallest buildings still have rooftops and need inspection. That’s where we come in. Drone Photography Newcastle doesn’t mind inspecting roofs and taller buildings at all, it’s part of what our company stands for. We stand for doing projects, carrying out inspections and capturing events the smart way, not the hard way. Just because photography and inspections have been done the same way for the last half of a century, doesn’t mean it’s right. If you want to check out the cutting edge of UAV technology, call the number on this page today, and we’ll set you up with a demo and a sample of our work.
When flying drones in particular areas, certain measures need to be taken to ensure the safety of other aircraft that may be in the area, and the safety of their passengers. That’s why we work with state and local officials to make sure the areas we fly our drones in are cleared by the FAA and other organizations. Everything we do it geared toward the utmost safety. We don’t mind filing out some extra paperwork if it means that we’re increasing our level of safety.
Even though we’ve talked about safety frequently, that isn’t to say that drone technology is dangerous. Drone Photography Newcastle firmly believes that using drones instead of human lives to do dangerous work like this is the key benefit of drones. The risk is marginalized by our trained operators, our administrative staff, our maintenance crews and our project managers. Our team works like a finely tuned machine, and when you’ve got a company paying that much attention to detail, its hard for things to go wrong. Don’t take our word for it though, see for yourself and contact us today!