Aerial Inspections

Roofs are the most dangerous part of our job.  Historically when a roof is too steep, tall, wet, or covered with frost or algae, inspectors must use binoculars to view the roof, and some surfaces such as tile cannot be walked on due to the potential for damage.  While old methods largely get the job done, there are many areas & critical features that cannot be viewed up close, and must be excluded from the inspection.  With over 30 years in the aerospace industry, I've removed this limitation from the equation.  As a certified UAS/Drone pilot I have the expertise, equipment, and training to view your roof from every conceivable vantage point.  This is particularly valuabe for commercial applications where we can reach heights of 400 feet and provide high definition imagery.