Drone Building Inspections
The first line of defense is the building envelope which is one of the most valuable components of the structure. Drone inspections should be scheduled at least once per year or after an extreme weather event such as hail, winter storms, hurricanes, tornadoes and severe storms. Drone inspections are invaluable prior to purchasing a building as well turn-over for new ground up projects to insure the owner is getting what he/she has paid for.
A thorough aerial inspection program of the roof, facade, building and site can reduce both the cost and risk over life of the building. Deterioration that is identified early can be rectified right away at much lower cost than waiting too long. In some cases, waiting too long can result in large amounts of moisture infiltration causing damage to insulation, drywall and ceiling tiles. Even structural damage can occur along with developing mold.
Benefits to building inspectors:
- Keep the building inspector’s feet firmly on the ground. This significantly reduces risk, improves safety and maintains corporate reputation.
- Undertaking a visual inspection of a building envelope that is quicker than with traditional methods, and is completed in an entirely non-contact manner. Costly scaffolding or risers are not required.
- Collecting data using both conventional and thermal imagery means that deterioration of materials; locations of thermal leakage, and sites of water infiltration can all be identified simultaneously.
- Delivering information directly to the technician’s desktop that is complete and all encompassing. Photographic with interactive analytical reports are delivered for both roof and facade structures.
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