How Technology is Changing Building Inspections There is no doubt that technology is positively impacting how we conduct building inspections. Technology has made it faster, easier, and less expensive to conduct inspections and get an accurate condition of the building. Inspections most often occur when a property is changing hands. Inspectors thoroughly examine properties to ensure the structure meets all safety, national, and local building codes and regulations, and identify defects that require repair. Drones increase access and reduce risk Traditional inspections required workers to risk life and limb to access hard-to-reach locations and potentially damage the property to determine its condition. Because of the risks, costs, and time involved, people often avoided having inspections performed or took shortcuts to minimize the impact. Drones provide thorough, impartial data remotely, which limits the risk to humans who might otherwise have to access hard-to-reach spaces. Cameras allow close-up views of the condition of the roof or masonry. They can detail issues in need of repair and point out potentially expensive problems so clients can make an informed decision about purchases. Sensing equipment reduces time and cost Inspectors now use technology like radar, thermal sensors, and drones which gather and transmit data. More expensive, expert employees can spend more time investigating the information and less time traveling to and from locations.  Rather than cutting into a building to determine if there is water or insect damage, technology allows inspectors to detect and locate specific areas of damage with no impact to the property. Thermal and moisture-sensing equipment can look behind walls, ceilings, and floors for leaks, mold, and rotten wood. Infrared technology can be used to evaluate airflow and eliminate human error while interpreting data. Wireless technology transmits inspection data in real time and enables sharing among the people working on the project. Project teams can calculate replacement costs and make that information available to stakeholders more quickly. More accurate pest and rodent assessment Traditional inspection used hands-on tools to drill, tap, and make educated guesses about the state of a property. Using technology to determine the presence of rotten wood, water leaks, or insect and rodent damage is more reliable and less messy than those hands-on methods. Inspectors can use technology to measure spaces accurately and eliminate human error from approximations. Building and pest inspection Sunshine Coast uses radar technology, combined with thermal and moisture sensing equipment, that allows inspectors to locate pests and confirm the extent of the damage without cutting through walls, ceilings, and floors. Conclusion Technology may not be able to eliminate the need for hands-on, on-site inspections, but it can provide more reliable results. Consumers will benefit from the accuracy of the data, while inspectors can provide a safer work environment for their employees. Property owners will benefit from real-time data and cost estimates, which will allow them to make informed decisions. The technology used can be expensive, but the cost savings, in the long run, will return a positive return on investment for businesses. Technology has transformed how inspectors perform their jobs, and digitizing the data is providing valuable trends to the entire industry.  
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How Technology is Changing Building Inspections There is no doubt that technology is positively impacting how we conduct building inspections. Technology has made it faster, easier, and less expensive to conduct inspections and get an accurate condition of the building. Inspections most often occur when a property is changing hands. Inspectors thoroughly examine properties to ensure the structure meets all safety, national, and local building codes and regulations, and identify defects that require repair. Drones increase access and reduce risk Traditional inspections required workers to risk life and limb to access hard-to-reach locations and potentially damage the property to determine its condition. Because of the risks, costs, and time involved, people often avoided having inspections performed or took shortcuts to minimize the impact. Drones provide thorough, impartial data remotely, which limits the risk to humans who might otherwise have to access hard-to-reach spaces. Cameras allow close-up views of the condition of the roof or masonry. They can detail issues in need of repair and point out potentially expensive problems so clients can make an informed decision about purchases. Sensing equipment reduces time and cost Inspectors now use technology like radar, thermal sensors, and drones which gather and transmit data. More expensive, expert employees can spend more time investigating the information and less time traveling to and from locations.  Rather than cutting into a building to determine if there is water or insect damage, technology allows inspectors to detect and locate specific areas of damage with no impact to the property. Thermal and moisture- sensing equipment can look behind walls, ceilings, and floors for leaks, mold, and rotten wood. Infrared technology can be used to evaluate airflow and eliminate human error while interpreting data. Wireless technology transmits inspection data in real time and enables sharing among the people working on the project. Project teams can calculate replacement costs and make that information available to stakeholders more quickly. More accurate pest and rodent assessment Traditional inspection used hands-on tools to drill, tap, and make educated guesses about the state of a property. Using technology to determine the presence of rotten wood, water leaks, or insect and rodent damage is more reliable and less messy than those hands-on methods. Inspectors can use technology to measure spaces accurately and eliminate human error from approximations. Building and pest inspection Sunshine Coast uses radar technology, combined with thermal and moisture sensing equipment, that allows inspectors to locate pests and confirm the extent of the damage without cutting through walls, ceilings, and floors. Conclusion Technology may not be able to eliminate the need for hands-on, on-site inspections, but it can provide more reliable results. Consumers will benefit from the accuracy of the data, while inspectors can provide a safer work environment for their employees. Property owners will benefit from real-time data and cost estimates, which will allow them to make informed decisions. The technology used can be expensive, but the cost savings, in the long run, will return a positive return on investment for businesses. Technology has transformed how inspectors perform their jobs, and digitizing the data is providing valuable trends to the entire industry.  
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