A dilapidation report is a record of the condition of a property at a particular point in time. It depicts the current state and if any, existing damage of the property’s condition before construction, excavation or demolition begin.
The traditional methods of property inspection have several challenges associated with them. These methods involve high costs, time and great risks. The use of drones is cost effective and simpler than the traditional means. You can use drones to quickly survey the job site and build maps. Instead of using human resources, heavy machinery and expensive surveying tools, you can get the work done in much less time, save on costs, human errors and have the data with greater accuracy.
Drones can navigate close to structures, reach high-risk areas, and tightly squeeze in locations for capturing minute details. Drones eliminate the need for physically accessing dangerous locations where height, wind and weather can lead to serious accidents as well as health risks.
They can take high resolution images that clearly show damage, cracks, misplaced wires, and other defects at angles that humans cannot see or access.
Using drones for regular inspections of the job site is a way that drones capture the wear and tear of the structure. Safety managers can see what is happening in real time and can take action in areas that require urgent attention and maintenance. Therefore, gradually creating better safety recording systems and your reputation.
Drones provide data that can assist in preventing costly disputes from owners of nearby property and also provide support for genuine claims for damages arising from construction work. Using drones in construction and development is a great step to changing your business for the better.