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DJI mini 2

Next Chapter Inspection Services utilizes the latest in drone technology. We are able to get to places that a ladder or otherwise dangerous conditions would not allow us to inspect. These can include an icy/wet roof, a roof that is too pitched to safely walk on, certain types of roofs such as metal or wood that could be damaged during an inspection. It also allows us to inspect chimney tops that may be too high to see even while standing on the roof.*

In order to legally fly a drone for commercial purposes, the remote pilot in command (PIC) must undergo testing through the FAA's part 107 requirements as well have a registered drone through the FAA. (Certification #FA3FF3ECEH) As a licensed FAA Part 107 drone pilot, (FAA certificate #4470671) as well as a certified InterNACHI drone pilot, you can assure that any inspection performed with our drone will be done so professionally, legally and safely. (All of this documentation is available upon request)

For more information about the FAA's requirements regarding drones for

commercial use, click here

Subject to weather conditions on the day of inspection and/or FAA air space restrictions

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