Moisture Scan Services
Having trouble with your roof? Don’t delay its inspection because of expensive ladders, scaffolds, lifts or the outright danger of walking around the damaged roof – drones are much more affordable and hazard-free. Routine roof surveying in highly encouraged in areas with extreme weather. With drones, it’s much easier, faster and more affordable. The very nature of roofing makes it difficult to capture photos with standard ground-based photography. With Mile High Drones, you will have a bird’s eye view, to both build your portfolio, offer footage to clients, and also potentially use the footage to help win insurance claims. The goal is to shoot before, during, and after’s showcasing the progress of your roofing sites, and documenting the entire project for your portfolio and clients.
A drone can fly a mile high in a matter of minutes, and you will get a High Definition and high-resolution shots you can later zoom in on your computer. You can detect the potential damage before it happens. Mile High Drones can help you uncover issues with drains and vents, as well as problems that arise with aging roofs, like cracks, leaks, defects, water pooling and level of decay. Part of the Drone photo shoot is to also spend a portion focusing on the damage that is being fixed. Doing so, allows you to supply high definition photos and videos to the insurance company you are dealing with, to aid in your claim efforts. Companies have reported a significant increase in insurance offers after using Drone footage to showcase their claim demands.
Inspect high and difficult to reach structures with a drone – call Mile High Drones today!
Here are some examples from past projects. The end deliverable for most projects is a consolidated report with summarized findings and recommendations.
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