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When it comes to commercial and industrial buildings, having an understanding of the building’s exterior health can sometimes pose a challenge. Getting a full or close-up view of the entire building envelope typically requires scaffolding to be erected for the walls, and many exhausting man hours of walking the roof deck to complete the roof inspection. Roof inspections are often done by simply walking the structure, and looking for visible concerns that may stand out. Unfortunately, there is no way to know if there is moisture or condensation trapped underneath the membrane with a visible inspection, so often times a core sample must be performed on the roof system to get a look underneath.
As with any type of building, there inevitably must be some type of maintenance performed to maintain its integrity and longevity. Sometimes that maintenance comes in the form of asset management and a preventative maintenance program. Other times maintenance or repair is an immediate necessity due to a leak, structural failure or accident. In these circumstances, there comes a need for an investigation. That is where an aerial inspection by drone can be applied.