Drone Roof Inspection Surveys
Working across London and the UK, we undertake safe, detailed, and thorough roof surveys utilising drones operated by qualified and insured pilots.
Need to safely and quickly check the condition of a roof? We can help.
Surveying a roof conventionally using ladders or cherry pickers can be costly and a breach of the working at height regulations. The modern method of roof inspection utilise drones, which can provide the data you need from ground level.
THS Concepts works alongside building surveyors to undertake detailed surveys and provide high quality photos, videos, and reports. Our drone operators are certified to Civil Aviation Authority standards and carry the appropriate insurance to put your mind at rest.
Our Roof Inspection Process
Quotation / Proposal
On Site Survey
Report / Photos / Video Package
Frequently Asked Drone Survey Questions
Yes, our drone operators carry the CAA’s A2CoFC qualification. This allows us to fly our approved drones in built-up areas. We carry public liability insurance of up to £1 million pounds, which can be increased where required. Our number one priority when flying is safety for others around us and ourselves. Prior to each flight, we undertake a detailed assessment of the area and equipment to ensure we are 100% confident in our ability to fly.
Examples Of What Issues We Come Across
- Missing or damaged flashing
- Damaged, cracked pots.
- Blown mortar and brickwork damage.
- Missing and heavily damaged tiles.
- Build up of vegetation / guano.
- Mortar damage on ridge tiles.
- Gutters full of debris (leaves / tiles)
- Loose or removed wall fixings.
- Cracked or leaking guttering (where seen)
- Blown plaster.
- Damaged or missing capping stones.
- Missing or damaged flashing.
- Missing or damaged fixings.
- Loose wiring.
- Corroded metal work.
- Ponding water
- Areas of concern.
- Build up of material (vegetation etc)
Roof Inspection Pricing
Roof Drone Survey
From £250 + VAT
+ Roof Condition Report
From £150 + VAT
Other Services That May Be Useful
We can survey the land around your building, picking up key bits of information such as land heights, tree locations, outbuildings, changes in surface, drainage, and more.
By default, we utilise 3D scanners on our measured survey projects to produce accurate 3D point cloud files. These are then translated into floor plans, elevations and sections etc.
Working alongside our topographical surveys, we undertake underground utility scanning to help work out what is under the ground on your project.