You really shouldn’t invest in a new building or home until you’ve had a roof inspection, even if you think you’ve found the one. You don’t want to buy a building or home with weak or damaged roofing, then find yourself with hefty bills to repair leaks and structural damage.
One of the latest technologies inspectors are often using to evaluate a roof involves using a drone.
But roofing contractors perform this importantl task differently, preferring a close-up, hands-on examination. Can you trust a drone inspection? Or should you hire a roofing contractor instead?
How Roof Inspections Work with a Drone
Many home inspectors today don’t actually get up on the roof to check its condition. And many of those who do climb up may stay on the ladder and look at the roof from there. The high cost of liability insurance is the most common reason cited for this worrisome trend.
So to avoid