DRONE ROOF SURVEY COST UK
Rotorgraph use only the very latest in technology to carry out Roof Drone Surveys & Inspections. We have a large network of fully CAA licensed and insured drone operators throughout the UK.
Roof inspections are usually requested by home buyers, estate agents, building societies and insurance Loss Adjusters. They can pick everything from a blocked drain to the need for a complete roof replacement. So what does a roof inspection cost in the UK?
We can very carry out drone roof surveys – safely, quickly and more importantly its’s extremely affordable. This will avoid using scaffolding, expensive cherry pickers or even having to carry out lengthy risk assessments.
Once you’ve given us a call for a drone roof survey we will need the postcode, so we can take a very basic look at the location on google maps which will allow us to quickly provide you with a competitive quotation for a drone survey carrying out.
If you only wish to get photos and video of your roof we can quote for an inspection only – saving you the cost of a full report. Once you have our photos and video you can provide these to any reputable roofer for a quote to have any work carried out. This saves having lots of builders charging to come out to do an inspection.
- Drone surveys can be carried out without ladders, scaffolding or other equipment
- Drone surveys can be completed very quickly, so time and money are saved
So how much does a drone survey cost in the UK? this of course will vary on the type of work required, the drone and other equipment required and the manpower and expertise involved. A routine job such as a drone roof inspection carried out by one pilot could cost as little as £295. A more advanced survey of a large property and commercial structure can cost from £500 upwards. However there is not job too small or large that can’t be carried out to your satisfaction by Rotorgraph.
Although there’s some initial outlay to have a drone survey, it can save you money in the long run. If you’re looking to buy a property it means you can look at otherwise hard to access places, so you know exactly what you’re taking on. For example, a drone survey may reveal damage to a roof, chimney or guttering. You could use the evidence of drone survey photographs to negotiate with the current owner of the property.
Drone surveys can also be useful in insurance claims. If you have clear evidence that your roof was in a good state of repair before a storm, an insurance company can’t put your claim down to ‘wear and tear’ as they often try to. If you need to gather evidence to submit an insurance claim, aerial photographs are perfect.
Drone survey costs in the UK are very reasonable when you consider the value and potential benefits. At Drone Safe Register we have a national network of CAA approved, insured drone pilots with the expertise to carry out all kinds of surveys. Contact our members now www.dronesaferegister.org.uk