Drone Inspections

Bestwest building pest inspection team

Drone Inspections

practical completion inspection

Drone Inspections

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A load bearing hanging beam which no support. An inspection from the manhole (loft hatch) would not have identified this defect so make sure your inspector enters the roof space.

construction progress inspections

Drone Inspections

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There were dozens of BCA non compliance defects on this roof frame. Upon receipt of the Bestwest Building's report the Builder acknowledged the defects and rectified to satisfy the Building Code of Australia.

structural defects

Drone Inspections

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This isn't rocket science, a hanging beam is a structural member and clearly this has been compromised.

building inspections

Drone Inspections

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At a glance it's just a crack in the back of the garage. A closer review reveals much more and is a significant structural defect. Until Mark@Bestwest had carried inspected the property this damage had gone unnoticed. Don't leave it to chance, call Bestwest Building for all your Building Inspection requirements.

Building Inspection

Drone Inspections

CASE STUDY

At a glance it's just a crack in the back of the garage. A closer review reveals much more and is a significant structural defect. Until Mark @ Bestwest had carried out an inspection, the damage at this property had gone unnoticed. Don't leave it to chance, call Bestwest Building for all your Building Inspection requirements.

practical completion inspection

Drone Inspections

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A Practical Completion Inspection revealed this brickwork which should have been rendered. Not visible from ground level but all part of the inspection process for Bestwest Building.

Termite infestation - structural defects

Drone Inspections

CASE STUDY

Do all Building Inspectors review the roof frame! Bestwest Building do and are able to provide a detailed explanation to the defect in this photo!

Drone Inspections

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At Bestwest Building Inspections, we are always looking for ways to improve our already high level of service to ensure we provide the best value and highest quality service to our clients. This has led to the concept of standalone drone inspections and drone inspections of the roof exterior.

In accordance with the latest Workplace Health and Safety guidelines and the Australian Standard for Building Inspections, we are not permitted to physically access and inspect areas at heights greater than 3.6m and therefore the scope of work currently doesn’t require these areas to be inspected. This creates challenges for two-storey homes as our review of the upper floor roof is limited to what we can access from ground level or the ground floor roof exterior.

A drone roof inspection uses unmanned aerial vehicles to assess roof conditions efficiently. This innovative method provides high-resolution imagery and detailed data, identifying issues like non compliance, damage, or wear without the need for scaffolding or ladders. It enhances safety, accuracy, and speed in evaluating roofs for maintenance or repair needs, making the process more cost-effective and less disruptive than traditional methods. Then we can review these while writing the report document to verify if any visual defects are present. This is highly recommended for two-storey buildings where safe access to the upper floor roof exterior is simply not possible. This service can also be added for a single-storey property inspection.

Contact us today at 08 9444 9562 to see if we can assist with your drone inspection requirements!

In these drone inspection examples below, you will get a general view of what defects can be discovered during this review. As you will see, the upper floor roof exterior for these two homes would not be physically accessible.

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