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Old 03-23-2015, 04:18 PM   #11
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Old 03-23-2015, 04:21 PM   #13
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Drone flyby? For inspection.
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One thing you might try if it is just for inspection purposes is to park next to something like a stairway to a second floor...then inspect the roof from above...binoculars let you really get up close. If you need to get on the roof, I agree that an extension ladder is the only way to go. I have one like FordIdaho's but from Harbor Freight that they sell for $119 regularly and is handy both as step and extension ladder.
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You laugh, but I have seriously considered a quadcopter drone for just this purpose, as well as roof and gutter inspection on my house. Now if I can just convince the CFO that it can be classified as a "maintenance expense"...
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Old 03-23-2015, 05:10 PM   #16
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You laugh, but I have seriously considered a quadcopter drone for just this purpose, as well as roof and gutter inspection on my house. Now if I can just convince the CFO that it can be classified as a "maintenance expense"...
Falsifying the p.o. for the Cfo under the heading "special tool"
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One thing you might try if it is just for inspection purposes is to park next to something like a stairway to a second floor...then inspect the roof from above...binoculars let you really get up close. If you need to get on the roof, I agree that an extension ladder is the only way to go. I have one like FordIdaho's but from Harbor Freight that they sell for $119 regularly and is handy both as step and extension ladder.
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WOULD BUY IN ON THAT.
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Old 03-23-2015, 05:46 PM   #18
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She is a mule,her daddy was a BIG donkey,and mom was a quarter horse.
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She is a mule,her daddy was a BIG donkey,and mom was a quarter horse.
City boy......She's a sweetheart.
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Thank you! She is getting up there at 28yrs old,but still likes to run!
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