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The new Canadian Aviation Regulations anticipated the growing advancements in drone technology, and in 2019 new Regulations were implemented.
As of 2020, the technology of drone capabilities has exploded with technological advancements, including:
With all these new features and many more, its almost impossible to crash a drone, even if you were to try.
Our drones are even capable of flying in level 8, gale force winds. Today's drones and their technologies are not the same as just a couple of years ago. Its only the recent advancements in technology, that have now made Roof Anchor, drone inspections possible.
No. The FREE visual inspection is just for the inspection. The video rates are a separate cost.
6K High Resolution
Thermal Graphic Imaging
All video durations will be different. However, a typical video will generally be about 20 minutes.
Yes. You can order a video at any time and for any annual inspection. However, video's are only available for the Visual Inspection & the Comprehensive Inspection.
We have 3 types of inspections.
Our aerial drones are only used with the Visual and Comprehensive Inspections. The Compliance Inspection is a "hands-on" only inspection.
No. The FREE inspection is always FREE. There are no hidden costs associated with the FREE inspection unless you request an aerial video. Aerial video rates are listed above in the first question.
With the advancements in today's drone technology, it is very unlikely that a drone will crash. Our drones are equipment with nineteen, 360 degree, 1 inch, obstacle avoidance sensors and ultrasound technology, that will activate within 30 ft. of any obstacle. However, in the unlikelihood that a drone does crash, we maintain PL & PD insurance.
Our drones are heavy duty, commercial style vehicles, capable of flying is storm weather and gale force winds. Many of our aerial vehicles are also used for emergency response and search & rescue operations.
The drone visual inspection is the same as the "walk-the-roof" inspection. Like the "walk-the-roof" inspection, we only inspect, that which is visible to us at the time of inspection. If some roof anchors are located under patio stones, on resident balconies or terraces, it is the responsibility of the client to provide us with access to those Roof Anchors so that we can conduct the visual inspection. This same condition applies to the "walk-the-roof" method used by our competitors.
Regardless if your visual Roof Anchor inspection passes or doesn't pass, we will send you an email to confirm that your Roof Anchor inspection has been successfully completed.
Yes. In most cases, especially residential properties, it would be advisable. You can click HERE for a 'Sample Notice' to download and print.
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Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
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