Insurance roof survey
Roof damage in Oxford
Roof inspection for insurance company
Leaking flat roof
Poor maintence on a flat roof
Insurance inspection on roof water tank
Missing chimney pot
Storm damage on poorly maintained chimneys
DIY repair on old roof
Insurance claim validation inspection
Felt on old tiles
Roof inspection on behalf of insurance assessor
Ridge tile missing
Storm damage on a poorly maintened roof
Flat roof issues inspected for landlord
Lead flashing
Poorly maintened and repaired roof inspection
Flat roof maintenance report
Roof condition inspection
Skylight replacement
Photographs of debris left on neighbours roof
Ridge tiles
Ridge tiles moved after high winds
DIY roof repair
Poor quality roof repair. Insurance company inspection

Hi Level Photographic Roof Surveys

Hi Level Aerial Mast Photography for roof inspections.

Local authorities and building owners have a legal obligation to ensure as far as reasonably possible, that buildings are free from the risk of falling masonry hitting pedestrians or other property. Roofs are very important parts of buildings but they are often neglected because it’s sometimes difficult to spot problems in the making. It’s often the case that occupants only become aware of a defective roof when water starts to pour through the ceiling or there is a collapse of the building fabric. By carrying out a full photographic survey of a roof, we can identify potential problems before they happen.

The Hi-Level photographic mast system is ideal for this purpose.  I can use a 17m vehicle-mounted mast and or a 12m portable mast to assist insurance companies and roofing companies assess damage to your roof. The vehicle-mounted mast can quickly survey round the perimeter of the building, providing detailed photographs of the whole roof.  The cost savings using this system against any other method of roof surveying are enormous.

High Level Building and Land Site Inspection Surveys
We not only can provide high quality photographs at great heights but all this can be achieved at a low cost and even better it can be achieved with two feet on the ground. No need to risk workmen at height using scaffolding or cherry pickers anymore.