Do you have a roof that is hard to reach? Are you concerned about roof damage in places that you can’t see or access? Those are only a couple of times when aerial roof assessment might be right for you. This technique uses the latest technology to ensure you know exactly what is going on with your roof, even when you can’t climb up there yourself.
What is an aerial roof assessment?
When you call Watershed to take care of your roof, we’ll make sure we know exactly what is going on with it before we talk to you about a repair or replacement plan. If there are sections of your roof that are hard to reach or might pose dangers to our team, we’ll do an aerial roof assessment instead.
When we do this, we’ll bring in our certified thermographer to tackle the job. He’ll fly a drone over your roof, taking video or photographs of the entire thing so we can assess them for damage later. This allows us to see the full extent of any damage your roof has suffered so we can accurately tell you what you need to make it right again.
Is aerial roof assessment right for me?
As mentioned above, aerial roof assessment is great for people or businesses who have places on their roof that are difficult to access or that might be dangerous. However, it’s useful in other situations, too. You may choose an aerial roof assessment when:
- You need extensive documentation of the damage your roof has suffered. We’ll give you photos and, sometimes, even video proof of what has happened to your roof. You can use these to get insurance coverage, to make an argument to your HOA, and more. You may also want this documentation for your own records.
- You need to find the source of a difficult problem or leak. If you have tried everything else to fix your roof and you’re still having problems, an aerial assessment can give you another perspective on the problem. We may be able to spot roofing issues from the drone photographs that would be hard to see up close and personal.
- You need a thorough assessment of the damage you’ve suffered. There’s nothing like a drone photograph to help you see the full extent of the damage. We’ll capture images from a wide angle and down to the smallest detail, so you can know exactly what happened to your roof and where the problem spots are.
You can use aerial roof assessment photos to make sure that your repair is fully covered by your insurance company. Offer the photos as evidence of the damage your roof has suffered, down to the tiny details. Make your case airtight so your insurance company has to pay!
Contact us at Watershed today to schedule your aerial roof assessment soon. Our experts will come out and help you get the documentation you need so you can get the repair process started!