Building & Rooftop Facade Inspection

Ensures no cracks and damages are left unnoticed so you can stay on top.

While the Façade Inspection and Safety Program is mandatory for structures and high-rise buildings, it is just as vital for smaller establishments to constantly monitor any damage symptoms and remedy any flaws before they collapse.

Doing a ground-level visual examination with high-powered binoculars or conducting an in-depth inspection using a boom lift, scaffolding, or rope access is both expensive and time-consuming. GIS Drones have the most cost-effective and faster solutions.

Drone vs Manual Buildings & Rooftops Facade Inspection

FactorsDrone Facade InspectionManual Facade Inspection
Time1 – 2 weeks (70% less)4 – 8 weeks
Cost$6 to $12K/building (50% Saving)$12 to $25 / building

Why GIS Drones for Buildings & Rooftop Facade Inspection

Safety problems can arise when on-site inspection at an active construction site is in progress. Using our industrial drones for inspection operations allows for collecting precise and accurate visual data for various analytics and applications.

Diverse detection

Using GeoDrones’ Facade assessment platform, construction companies can identify more than 30 types of building and facade defects of multiple surface materials such as concrete, cladding, glass, or metallic surfaces.

Accurate data for Rooftop

Additional costs are associated with maintenance checks on massive structures like towers, rooftops, and bridges. In addition, access arrangements and employees operating at height are problematic. Real-time imagery from a drone offers an engineer an unprecedented view of a structure’s condition, allowing them to make informed decisions without human assistance.

Effective and Faster

Scaffolding is a time-consuming, expensive, and dangerous necessity for a conventional building inspection.

Drone inspection can eliminate these drawbacks with ease and efficiency. In addition, thermal imaging analysis can identify potential faults in a building and help the repair team to take remedial actions.

Key Benefits

  • 50% Reduction of costly tasks
  • 70% Time-Saving
  • 100% Safe
  • High-Accuracy Inspection 

Building Defects GIS Drones can Detect

  • 1. Concrete Crack
  • 2. Water Stains
  • 3. Paint Peeling
  • 4. Molding
  • 5. Rust
  • 6. Loose Sealant
  • 7. Mold on Facade Gasket
  • 8. Concrete Spalling
  • 9. Paint Crack
  • 10. Buckling
  • 11. Vegetation
  • 12. Disengagement
  • 13. Wall Tile Crack
  • 14. Corrosion
  • 15. Surface discoloration16. Brick Wall Crack
  • 17. Missing facade attachment
  • 18. Condensation 19. Water Ponding
  • 20. Wall Opening
  • 21. Streak marks
  • 22. Worn Off Sealant
  • 23. Trash
  • 24. Water Leakage
  • 25. Roof Tile Crack
  • 26. Glass Crack
  • 27. Paint Blisters
  • 28. Block Wall Crack
  • 29. Stains
  • 30. Cracks

Our Deliverables

  • Building Integrity Assessment Survey
  • 3D Digital Twin
  • Structure Modeling and Inspection
  • Thermal Detections of Leaks & Isolations 
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