KEE-WAY HOME INSPECTION SERVICES LIST
KEE-WAY HOME INSPECTION SERVICES offers an extensive menu of home inspection-related services. Our mission is to provide you with enough information so that you may make an informed decision about your prospective new home.
Buyer’s Home Inspection
To make sure you’re making the right real estate purchase, you will receive a comprehensive report detailing all of the findings found during the inspection. Buyers should always turn to an experienced, trustworthy professional for their inspection service.
Kee-Way Inspection Services promises to conduct a thorough, detail-oriented inspection that includes (but is not limited to) the following areas:
Roofing system (including gutters and downspouts)
Foundation, basement, and crawl-spaces
Exterior (including cladding, windows, and doors)
Decks, porches, and patios
Driveways and walkways
Interior (including windows, doors, floors, walls, ceilings, and stairs)
Attic, insulation, and ventilation
Drone Imagery Services
Using a drone to collect aerial photos and video of a roof can replace the need for an inspector to climb onto and walk across the roof, which is one of the most dangerous parts of any home inspection.
Some roofs are completely inaccessible because they’re too high, too steep, too wet, or they’re made of materials such as clay tiles that make walking on them dangerous. In addition, some roofs have tall chimneys or other features that are impossible to access.
Inspectors can use tools like camera poles to try and address accessibility issues, but those tools are limited in what they can capture, and can’t always provide the level of detail needed.
Drones solve accessibility issues by giving home inspectors an easy method for collecting visual data on the condition of a roof without having to climb the building and walk across it.
Before drones, home inspectors who encountered inaccessible roofs were put in the difficult position of having to tell clients that they couldn’t provide any information on the condition of the roof.
In these instances, which are not uncommon, clients may have to pay extra to hire roofing companies to collect roof data or simply accept the risk of not knowing about the state of the roof.
But using a drone, home inspectors don’t have to be deterred by inaccessible roofs, and can help make their customers happy by collecting all the information needed to assess the value of a piece of property.
Given limitations in flying and the quality of a given drone model’s camera, it’s not always possible to use a drone to collect all the information needed for a roof inspection.
However, drones can make roof inspections much more safe and efficient by providing inspectors with a quick review of the entire structure, highlighting potential problem areas that may need more attention or that may present safety risks.
For example, drones can allow inspectors to see where a roof may be sagging or may have a weak spot, and this information can be invaluable for inspectors when they climb onto the roof to perform their manual inspection.