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Drones for Thermal Inspections in Phoenix

If you are considering how Drones can assist you with Thermal and Visual Inspections in Phoenix then call us today.  We FLIR ITC Level 1 Certified and work to ASTM standards and Guidelines for qualitative and quantitative inspections. After many hours of development, we can provide thermal orthomosaic creation for your use-case.  It is very important to have qualified and competent Drone pilots so we bring FAA Part 107 certified pilots who have years of experience in Military aviation to ensure safe and efficient operations.  Please visit our online store or scroll down to see more of our services. 

Drones in Thermal Rooftop Inspections in Phoenix and Beyond

When water intrudes into roofing insulation it can leave a tell-tale thermal signature that is visible in the right environmental conditions. Once the sun sets on an affected roof the waterlogged areas will cool slower than the dry, leaving a clear temperature differential for a thermal camera to detect. As shown above, we use Drones to build thermal and HD maps of the roof space.  We can then distribute these to your construction experts, project managers and inspectors using the latest cloud based reporting software. Any staff outside of Phoenix can remain in the loop and involved with diagnosis, assessments and decisions.

We are FLIR ITC Level 1 certified and work to ASTM C 1153-97. We have all FAA approvals for conducting commercial sUAS flights at night. Please visit out online store or contact us to discuss your project.

Interior and Ground Thermal Inspections

We specialise in using Drones for conducting Thermal and Visual inspections for construction projects in Phoenix and beyond.  If you are looking for ground based thermography, we provide these services through our trusted partners at Castlerock Inspections.  Please click the Icon below to arrange a consultation.

THERMAL INSPECTION SERVICES

Drones for Thermal Inspections in Phoenix

If you are considering how Drones can assist you with Thermal and Visual Inspections in Phoenix then call us today.  We FLIR ITC Level 1 Certified and work to ASTM standards and Guidelines for qualitative and quantitative inspections. After many hours of development, we can provide thermal orthomosaic creation for your use-case.  It is very important to have qualified and competent Drone pilots so we bring FAA Part 107 certified pilots who have years of experience in Military aviation to ensure safe and efficient operations.  Please visit our online store or scroll down to see more of our services. 

Interior and Ground Thermal Inspections

We specialise in using Drones for conducting Thermal and Visual inspections for construction projects in Phoenix and beyond.  If you are looking for ground based thermography, we provide these services through our trusted partners at Castlerock Inspections.  Please click the Icon below to arrange a consultation. 

 

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Drones in Construction – Thermal Rooftop Assessments in Phoenix and Beyond

When water intrudes into roofing insulation it can leave a tell-tale thermal signature that is visible in the right environmental conditions. Once the sun sets on an affected roof the waterlogged areas will cool slower than the dry, leaving a clear temperature differential for a thermal camera to detect. As shown above, we use Drones to build thermal and HD maps of the roof space.  We can then distribute these to your construction experts, project managers and inspectors using the latest cloud based reporting software. Any staff outside of Phoenix can remain in the loop and involved with diagnosis, assessments and decisions.  

We are FLIR ITC Level 1 certified and work to ASTM C 1153-97. We have all FAA approvals for conducting commercial sUAS flights at night. Please visit out online store or contact us to discuss your project.

Case Study. Walnut Creek, California. Water Ingress on a roof next to an HVAC Platform-In this case water penetrated under the membrane during the construction process. We flew one hour after sunset and were able to identify the thermal signature of the water from the air, then descend for a detailed shot. Aerial thermal surveys allow large roof spaces to be scanned in quick order, with rapid results.