Roof Inspections

Traditional manual roof inspections require people to climb onto roofs and take images by using scissor lifts, cherry pickers, scaffolding, harnesses or high ladders. This can be time consuming, labour intensive, costly and potentially dangerous as the work involves the use of elevated work platforms and significant planning.
Air Inspect Australia can conduct the roof inspection by providing high quality roof inspections with a collection of accurate visual data provided within 24 hours. Our drone pilots use drones fitted with a 4K-HD camera to conduct roof inspections capturing evidence of defects or damages in parapets, gutters, roofing materials, skylights and high-rise windows.
Our drones can also be fitted with a thermal imaging camera. Thermal cameras (technically known as a thermographic camera) are essentially a heat sensor that is capable of detecting tiny differences in surface temperature. The device collects the infrared radiation from objects in the scene and creates an electronic image based on information about the temperature differences. These faults can’t be easily detected by the naked eye.
Our drone pilots are fully insured, licensed and experienced to save you time, cut costs, produce better imagery and deliver efficiencies.

The Unexpected Housemates

Thumping noises, urine stains on ceilings and strange odours in the ceilings are signs of unwanted pests. Do not leave it unchecked. As part of our services we can also detect damage caused by possums, birds or rats to insulation, weatherboards, plasterboards, wiring and structural damage. We look for an entry point, this can include gaps created when a vent has fallen out of an eave and where tiles have come loose.

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Air Inspect Australia provides Roof Inspection services across Gold Coast, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Melbourne, Regional Victoria, Sydney, Greater Sydney Region, Canberra, Adelaide and Hobart