Drone FAQ’s

Property Drones

If your drone has a camera, generally you cannot fly closer than 50m to people, vehicles or buildings.

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The usage of Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) is a cost effective process. Infrastructure assets are typically remote and difficult to survey, making a drone ideal. A technician is not required to climb up a chimney or wind turbine, instead a drone with a camera can send footage to an experienced inspector. UAV’s can easily get access to hard to reach places faster, cheaper and minimise risk, compared to manual inspection.

A camera could detect pipework between 1-2 metres under screed.

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This depends on the project and the size of the property in question and within the legal heights of up to 400ft (120m).

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  • – Inspections can take place during production.
  • – Rapid inspections.
  • – Digital results.
  • – Costs are reduced.
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  • – Thermal imaging helps in detection of heat loss and air infiltration in walls, ceilings, floors, windows and doors.
  • – Detecting damaged or malfunctioning heating systems and air-conditioner compressor leaks.
  • – Detecting issues that can lead to energy loss.

Infrared (thermal imaging) is an advanced technology that provides homeowners information about their homes that simply cannot be observed using conventional inspections.

Yes, a thermal camera is suitable to detect flat-roof leaks if performed in dry conditions.

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