DRONES FOR MULTIFAMILY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
CONNOR Drone Services for Multifamily Property Management
As a property manager, you have multiple projects and competing priorities to address. Drone inspections help you to find ways to cut costs and improve efficiencies across your portfolio of properties. Eliminate the need for manual inspections and use safe, cost-effective drone inspections to reduce your maintenance budgets.
4 FAA Licensed Pilots On-Staff
- Our drone work is not subcontracted, meaning the Pilot in Command is engaged throughout the entire process, from flight missions to deliverables.
- CONNOR employees are licensed in over 30 states and territories.
Reduce Annual Maintenance Budgets with Drone Inspections
Regular property inspections are necessary to keep your buildings up-to-code and compliant with regulations.
As a property manager, you regularly deal with problems related to the roof, pavement, HVAC, landscaping, and building exteriors. If you rely on various subcontractors to provide manual inspections for each of these areas of concerns, you’re taking on considerable risk and cost in comparison to a safe, repeatable, comprehensive drone inspection strategy.
Save an average of 5.5 hours by using a drone inspection instead of a manual inspection
Save an average of $300 with a drone inspection that eliminates risk
Delivering More Than Just Photos and Video
CONNOR drone inspections are more than just photography and video. We have 65 years’ experience in environmental services, multifamily housing, and real estate consulting. We understand the challenges and objectives of your project, and review your data to create actionable reporting.
Our FAA Certified Pilots are in-house staff, licensed, certified and experienced in multiple aspects of environmental services and construction. They see your project through the entire process, from flight plans to analysis of data, to reporting. We are a true partner to your operation.
OUR DRONE REPORTING SYSTEM CAN
- Detect and classify roof damage
- Create accurate roof measurements through 3D mapping and photogrammetry
- Use thermal imaging to identify roof penetrations and leaks
- Conduct pavement inspections to detect, measure and analyze concrete or asphalt defects
- Assess the location and condition of landscaping needs
- Create solar design plans
- Help you generate cost estimates for repairs
- Create visual documentation for insurance purposes, giving you time-stamped records of damage for your claim
- Thermal Imaging
- Actionable Reporting
- Manual/Autonomous Flights
Interior Building Inspections
CONNOR also uses rovers and conducts indoor flights for interior inspections.
Fire damage assessment
Contact CONNOR for a free consultation. We’ll help you determine the right plan for your operation..
TIER 1 FLIGHTS
Tier 1 flights consist of an autonomous overhead (birds eye view) flight of the building(s) making multiple passes at various heights. While the flights are occurring, photographs are taken, at intervals, to insure coverage of the building and a map is created using the photos collected. The photos are then processed and reviewed for any areas of concerns which is compiled into this report. The limitations of Tier 1 flights are, but not limited to, onsite obstructions and areas identified as concerns may not have clarity in the photos to verify source or magnitude.
TIER 2 FLIGHTS
Tier 2 flights are manual flights specifically flown to obtain more detailed information from the Tier 1 flight evaluation. Tier 2 flights are historically engaged to identify possible source and magnitude of areas of concerns noted in the Tier 1 flight evaluation. The limitations of a Tier 2 flight evaluation are, but not limited to, obstructions found either beforehand or onsite that hinder the drone’s ability to complete an area specific flight.
For more information about our services, fill out our form or call us at 443.322.1203.