The true extent of storm damage can so often only be revealed ironically, the next time a storm hits.

High winds and heavy rain can lift up sections of roofing, rip off communication equipment and damage guttering. Heavy rain can cause drainage systems to become overwhelmed and overflow. All of this means that when a storm has passed through, it can be a savvy move to have your property checked over.

At Balmore, we provided roof inspection and survey work for various commercial properties across the central belt of Scotland who want to make sure that their premises have not been damaged by storms.

Scaffolding and other ‘at height; inspection methods are cumbersome, costly and take a long time to set up and pack away. They are also relatively unsafe. Not ideal if you are a hotel (for example) that does not want ugly scaffolding set up outside every time that a storm passes through.

The solution is drone surveys for roofing. Our drone roof inspection work can take photos and video of every area of a roof to provide unparalleled views of a properties roofing. Vital to identify any storm damage or developing issues so that repairs can be scheduled in quickly.

Using a drone to survey a property after a storm is a cost effective solution that can provide quick results which can be archived and reviewed again and again as part of a maintenance programme for your properties roofing.

Our drone surveys can provide:

If you want to know the current condition of your roof then when you call on Balmore, you get access to our fleet of aerial drones, equipped with the latest in 4K HD image capturing and video capturing technology along with Thermal Imaging cameras. It means that we can quickly and easily conduct a survey inspection of your properties roof and report back to you in real time if there are any issues. With the 4K camera, we can capture in great detail areas of your roof that would be either too difficult to access or too dangerous and it can all be recorded in high definition to be reviewed as often as you would like.

With our thermal imaging technology, we can go beyond simply supplying pictures and videos. We can go deeper.

What can thermal imaging be used for?

Thermal imaging cameras equipped to our drone survey vehicles can be used to identify:

It is all part of our core mission to be able to offer a complete and professional service to our customers who demand the best in both quality and service.

If you would like to know more about Balmore and the roof condition survey that offer, please contact our Glasgow Head Office on 0141 370 4037