Aerial Drone

Drones allow me to see on the tops of chimneys and gables that we otherwise be able to inspect even when walking a roof during a home inspection.

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The use of our drone has proven to be more useful than I ever thought possible for home inspections. 

While we make every attempt to "walk" each roof during a home inspection, there are times when second story houses and very steep pitches of roofs (or the weather) make it impossible and unsafe to be physically climb. 

Weather such as ice, snow, rain, or high winds are a home inspector's worst enemy, but by using the DJI Phantom 4 camera drone, we can see high resolution pictures and videos of the roof safely during these conditions. 

It also allows views of the tops of chimneys and gables that might not otherwise be visible to an inspector even when walking a roof.

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