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Drones: The future of home inspections with drone (FAA Licensed)


I use a state-of-the-art, camera-mounted unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) or drone to capture images of unsafe or hard-to-access areas, such as tall roofs. I can get an up-close look at any issues and defects that would otherwise not be properly inspected and reported. I can also take aerial photos of the property for real estate listings and informational purposes.

Homeowners and prospective home buyers can benefit from drone usage because it helps ensure thorough inspections of hard-to-reach areas in Houston, TX.

All About Drone Inspection in Houston, TX

Safer, Quicker, Cheaper Building & Roof Inspection

Drones can fly near buildings and get a view of difficult locations where other means of access may not be practical, cost-effective or safe. A drone can provide detailed videos and photos of roofs and buildings. Hard to access areas can be seen up close without having to use additional personnel or equipment. Infrared photography can help identify costly heating and cooling leaks.


  • Large commercial buildings

  • Steep residential roofs

  • Highrise buildings 


A drone building survey can help identify and locate imperfections or damage to a building. Drone roofing surveys can include high-resolution images revealing defects to gutters, parapets, skylights and more. Aerial inspection with drones also reduces the disruption to regular business workflow as well as the dangers associated with working at height. FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) licensed Aerial inspection of buildings and roofs with drones is usually completed much quicker than a traditional inspection.



  • Commercial Real Estate

  • Residential Real Estate

  • Buying / Selling Real Estate

  • Roof Inspections

  • Drone Façade Inspections

Aerial Phantom roof inspections.

Aerial Phantom roof inspections. The best way to inspect two-story homes "and clients are loving it! 30% of all roof systems are subject to physical damage by foot traffic. Therefore they can should only be evaluated from ground level, at the eaves, or from the attic area. While this is an adequate visual assessment for roof leaks. It may not reveal other defects or deficiencies such as cracked, chipped or broken roof tiles or even worse substandard roof installation. Our aerial assessment of the roof using a drone, equipped with a high-definition camera is offered free of charge. Some government regulation and weather conditions prevent drone use in certain areas. We are required to follow strict FAA guidelines. Some areas that are within a no-fly zone will not be eligible for this free service.





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