DronesRoof Inspection DronesRoofing DronesRoofing Drones – Helping Roofers take their business to the next level

September 17, 2021by FairMarketing
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Ready to take your roofing business to the next level? Consider one of our roofing drones. Reduce time on the roof and keep your guys safer at their roof inspections.

Conduct your inspections more quickly and efficiently, ensuring you can grow your revenue by fitting more jobs into a workday. You can even perform roof measurements for more accurate repair estimates. Load a drone with both a thermal imaging camera to catch fine leaks and an RTK module to create ultra-accurate measurements. You can pin-point problem areas right at your fingertips. 

Improve accuracy and collect in-depth data. You’ll be able to access more parts of the building, which means you may catch problems that you weren’t able to catch with older technology.

 

What software can I use to help me with roof inspections?

Drone Deploy - Drone Software great for Roof Inspections - LinkedAll Aerial Solutions

Drone Deploy is an excellent software package which helps roofers conduct their inspections. This program allows you to acquire accurate measurements. It also allows you to annotate your images so that you can make smarter decisions about what you see.

Drone Deploy further comes with an interactive site view offering both 3D and 2D maps. You’ll have the whole inspection area laid out in front of you. More importantly, you can lay these images in front of your prospective customer so that they can see what needs to be done to the roof. This selling tool will help you close much larger deals, removing doubts in the customer’s minds about whether the problems actually exist.

Remember, trust is a customer’s number one challenge. With Drone Deploy you can earn your customer’s trust with a lot less effort. A picture really is worth 1,000 words!


What are the benefits of using roofing drones for inspections compared to doing inspections manually?

Using thermal or visual drones for roof inspections is a lot safer for your workers than sending them up on the roof. You’ll reduce accidents and injuries.

This is especially impactful any time a building is over two stories tall, or on commercial multi-family buildings where getting up on the roof can be especially dangerous.


How do I plan for a roof inspection?

Strategize! Take note of the areas that are most important so that you can be as accurate as possible. Think about the number of flight missions it will take to complete all of your tasks. Pay close attention to the airspace—and the weather.

 

Ready to invest in roof inspection drones?

Ask us about the Autel Evo II Dual’s thermal capabilities, the Mavic Mini‘s high-quality visual capabilities, and the Mavic 2 Enterprise Advanced which offers both thermal and visual capabilities.

 

Evo II Drone - Roofing Drones - LinkedAll Aerial Solutions

 

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