Drone Roof Inspections

Aerial inspection of domestic and commercial roofing for maintenance and damage repairs

Aerial Roof Inspections for Leicestershire, Staffordshire, Derbyshire & Nottinghamshire

TB Drones is a CAA approved drone operator providing professional roof inspections for commercial and domestic clients in the East Midlands. As an established aerial photography business, we offer a high quality, fully insured drone roof inspection service.

TB Drones provides Derby, Leicester, Nottingham, Stafford & Tamworth Drone Services & Aerial Photography.

How Can Drone Roof Inspections Help You?

Whether it is a domestic roof or a commercial drone roof inspection, you can rest assured we have you covered, supplying high-resolution aerial photographs and HD video, to help you inspect the condition of your roof, chimney, ventilation or air conditioning units. This is extremely beneficial for “Schedule of conditions reports”, maintenance planning of commercial buildings, or finding a water leak on a domestic dwelling, which could be caused by slipped roof tiles or perished lead flashing or blocked gutters. Check out our portfolio for a full set of drone images from our commercial aerial photography work.

Advantages of Drone Roof Inspections

In comparison to a physical inspection, requiring scissor lifts, scaffolding, or cherry pickers, a Drone roof inspection generally requires no access platforms, this will save you the expense of hiring access platforms or scaffolding, as well as the time of delivery and set up, with no need for working at height and reducing the safety factor risk as well. The flight and the capturing of photographs can normally be obtained in under 1 hour (depending upon the size of the property), meaning the client can potentially have the same day turn around on receiving their data.

Cost-saving Roof Inspections

Aerial roof inspections are most cost-effective compared to the conventional way of inspecting commercial and domestic roofs such as scaffolding, ladders, poles and cherry pickers.

Time-Saving Roof Inspections

There is no need for scaffolding to be erected with a drone roof inspection. An aerial roof inspection using a drone is significantly faster than other methods.

No need to hire expensive equipment

With a drone roof inspection, there is no need to hire an expensive power assist lift, or cherry pickers, which saves you both time and money. Ideal for both commercial and domestic roof inspection work.

Safety first and working at weight

A major benefit of using a drone for a roof inspection is that there is no working at height for personnel. Drone inspections significantly improve safety for both the personnel and members of staff/the public on site.

Our Roof Inspection Clients

TB Drones works with both domestic and commercial clients. These include insurance companies, individual homeowners, developers, house buildings, landlords, housing associations, roofing companies, facilities managers and many others. We can cover one-off roof inspections on houses through to large scale roof surveys for office blocks and factories. Check out our reviews page.

What Drones Do We Use For Roof Inspections?

We use the latest drones from DJI – the leader in aerial photography. This ensures we can provide high-resolution images and 4K or 1080P HD video to clearly identify issues you may have with your roof during the inspection. The battery life of our drones means we can survey large area roofs in a single flight to ensure the operation is efficient and cost-effective.

Hire TB Drones For Your Aerial Roof Inspection

Whether you need a commercial or domestic roof inspection TB–Drones have got you covered. TB Drones are a 5* team of professional aerial photographers. All our pilots are fully qualified and experienced, so you can be safe in the knowledge that your job will be completed to the highest standard. All of the pilots have CAA Operational Authorisation, along with the A2COC, they also have £5 Million liability insurance, more can be added should you need it.

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About TB Drones

TB Drones is a professional drone operator based in the Midlands, covering the areas of Derby, Leicestershire, Nottingham, Stafford, Tamworth and the surrounding regions. With years of experience in aerial photography, videography, roof surveys, and site inspections, TB Drones offers unparalleled expertise and top-notch services to its clients. Their state-of-the-art drones and cutting-edge technology allow them to capture stunning footage and images from above, delivering exceptional quality and accuracy to meet the specific needs of their clients. Whether you need drone footage for your business, real estate, construction or other purposes, TB Drones has covered you.

Contact TB Drones

Get in touch today for a personalised drone roof inspection quote. We also provide drone site surveys, aerial photography and drone videography. We cover Tamworth and surrounding areas such as [cities] as well the Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Staffordshire, Nottinghamshire, the East Midlands and the UK as a whole.