Anderson Home Inspection Services
FAA Certified Aerial
Donn Anderson is an FAA Certified Commercial Remote Pilot.
If a roof is too steep or a chimney is too tall to see the crown, how would you know whether or not there are indications of leaks?
A certified drone inspection helps solve accessing difficult areas that you can not inspect from the ground or without special equipment.
DID YOU KNOW?
Home inspectors are not required to climb roofs.
What will your home inspection report be missing if your inspector doesn’t inspect the roof, flashings, chimney and everything else they can’t see from the ground?!
DID YOU KNOW?
Water is the worst enemy of a home!
The first lines of defense are roof flashing and penetration areas such as the chimneys and plumbing stacks.
It is vital that these areas are inspected!
Within FAA guidelines, as weather permits, Donn typically inspects roof coverings, chimneys and flashings that can’t be inspected by those who can’t access a steep or brittle roof or a chimney that can’t be reached without special equipment.
Drone Home Inspection Images and Findings
2 Story Drone Roof Inspection
New Construction Ranch Drone Roof Inspection Milwaukee Area
Older Cape Cod Drone Roof Inspection Southeast Wisconsin
Aerial Drone Inspection of Clay Tiled Roof
Drone Roof Inspection: Previously Repaired and New Cracks in Chimney
Cracked Chimney Crown is prone to damage from melting/ freezing snow
Drone Roof Inspection Shows Leaky Crown
Leaky built-in gutters were not professionally patched (shingle overspray)
Solar Panels sagging ridge was not evident from the ground
The rusty leaky crown would not have been noticed from below or without special equipment.
A damaged chimney flue from an orphaned water heater.
Cape Cod home inspection with aerial drone inspection, Milwaukee area.