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Drone Roof Survey now available!

What is a Drone Roof Survey?

Our team has grown by the addition of our new drone. Used for carrying our roof and site surveys in those difficult to reach areas.

A drone roof survey refers to the use of a drone, or unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), to capture aerial data with downward-facing cameras. The use of drones within the survey industry is growing, they provide an efficient, cost effective and much safer way to collect extremely accurate data.

Prior to aerial inspections using UAVs, surveying a roof, chimney or other high structure could be a costly exercise. Now using licensed pilots, drone inspections of structures such as roofs, chimneys, churches, large buildings and high towers no longer require the use of scaffolding or mechanical lifters.

Drones can capture high definition video footage which provide a view from above without the cost of hiring a plane or helicopter. Drone Roof Surveys carried out in this manner are also more affordable, quicker and pose fewer health and safety risks than setting up scaffolding and access platforms.  By eliminating manual ‘at-height’ working, they greatly reduce risk and improve safety outcomes.

Capturing topographic data with a drone is up to five times faster than with land-based methods and requires less manpower.

Why do a roof inspection?

Going up the home of your own roof may sound like such a simple thing that using a drone doesn’t seem necessary, but things are different when doing a roof inspection is part of your job. Depending on what line of work you’re in, you might have to do dozens of roof inspections in a single day. Not only do you put human life at risk whenever you inspect a roof the old-fashioned way, but it’s also very time-consuming

Call us today to book your drone survey


Drone Roof Survey
Drone view of completed project D Harrison Home Improvements
Drone view of completed project D Harrison Home Improvements
Drone Roof Survey
Drone view of completed project D Harrison Home Improvements
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Yes that’s right, we are now offering finance!

Over the past couple of years we have been asked what payment methods we offer, traditionally we have only ever offered the standard payment methods; cash, cheque, bank transfer and credit / debit cards.

Not many customers have asked for finance, but recently I was asked by a friend of mine, ‘how many people do you think have a spare £8,000 to £12,000 laying around to invest in a new roof or driveway?.

Sure people may have £3,000 to £5,000 to invest into the roof, but if they knew spending that little more could last them double the length of time would they finance it if it was offered to them? After all, the labour value to fit the goods is the same, it’s the quality of the materials from the leading manufacturers that costs more but simply last so much longer.

He also said people have pride and won’t ask for something like finance unless its offered to them, I thought about that for a moment and to be honest I think he’s right, would I feel comfortable asking, probably not and i’m quite outspoken!

So after having many discussions with friends, other business owners and many of our customers, we decided to look into this more and see what we need to do. Let me tell you, this has not been an easy process, we have done this the right way, we are now FCA approved and are authorised and regulated by the Financial conduct authority with registration number  708623. We are a credit broker, not a lender, and offer credit facilities from a panel of lenders; why is this good? This gives us the freedom to find you the the best possible rates, we aren’t tied in to one lender and depending on your circumstances can offer the best finance package for you. I

We will always be transparent with our customers and tell you exactly what we think is the best option available, without you we simply don’t have a business so we take every decision seriously and work closely with all parties involved. We are now set up so if you are ready to start planning your new home improvement – give us a call to get the ball rolling 01202375847

Do I need planning permission for a garden office?

Do I need planning permission for a garden office?

More often than not, your garden office will not require planning permission. What’s more, our garden office buildings do not require building regulations approval either.
Being able to extend your home without planning permission or building regulations approval means that we can install your garden quickly and cost-effectively – saving money, time and stress.