Roof inspection by Mast not Drone – Same Result!
Not all roofs are best inspected by drones, sometimes it is easier and cheaper to use a mast, with none of the legal implications!
Our 15m (50ft) mast is capable of accessing roofs up to three stories for pitched roofs and 4 stories for flat roofs. We can deploy a mast without requiring airspace permissions and legal separation from vehicles, properties, vessels and people, which means we can gain access quickly, with the minimum of fuss and without the costs associated with drone aerial flights. As we use the same aerial equipment as we would for a drone flight, the results are exactly the same in terms of image quality.
We use the same DJI Zenmuse Z30, X5S and XTr cameras with our mast as we do on our drones which offer the most superior image capture available today.
With wireless connection to our ground-station and video controllers we are able to show you real-time the images from your roof, chimney and guttering, and at a very high level of detail. In particular, our Z30 zoom camera is capable of a 30x optical zoom and x6 digital zoom which offers us unparalleled access to hard to see places such as flashing and pointing, holes and cracks.
As qualified thermographers, we are also able to produce thermographic reports for solar panel inspections and flat roof water ingress issues.
Professional Commercial Aerial Inspection, Thermal, Photography and Video Filming
CAA approved & certified for UAV category 0-20kg daytime and nighttime flights Cert No.: 2565.
House portraits make great gift ideas! It can be hard to think of the perfect gift for people sometimes, especially when you’re looking for something really special and unique to them. A house portrait can fit the bill exactly. These photos come from a client who wanted the perfect way to express her thanks to her parents for hosting her wedding at their property and I can’t think of a better way to put it than by commissioning such a special portrait of their home. Using a drone captures a property from a unique angle and is the perfect way to showcase all the beautiful home and garden features. In ‘olden days’ these portraits used to be captured via an aircraft flying at a much greater height and on a fixed flight path but a UAV or Drone can fly lower and capture much more detail as well as choose the perfect angle to show off the property at it’s very best. Not to mention that it can do all this at a fraction of the cost. Commissioning an aerial home portrait is simple to do – just get in touch with us to talk over your requirements, and provide us with the property details. We can then schedule a time to come and visit and capture your images – in this case, we did it when her parents were away so it could be a surprise.