Our Top View imaging service for property agents is an affordable way of obtaining high-level images of residential and commercial property for use in websites and on sales particulars. It can also be used as a way of checking roof and guttering detail at up to 30ft (9m) above ground level.
Photographs of residential and commercial property taken from an elevated position can show the gardens and surrounding area to great advantage.
Checking roof and guttering
At a fraction of the cost of hiring scissor lifts and cherry-pickers, we can visit your site and photograph hard-to-reach places such as roofing, chimneys, guttering, internal spaces and more.
Our Top View Service
With our Top View system we can elevate a remote-controlled 19 megapixel camera to 30ft (9m) above ground level. A 10x optical zoom lens allows considerable flexibility in the framing and composition of photographs which can be taken from ay position on site without regard to the need for hard standing or the limitations imposed on the use of drones.
Our operative will visit your site, take the images you want and email them to you straigh away. We can also provide them on a memory card or you can download them onto your smartphone. Fast, simple and very affordable.
Top View Charges
|1 hour site visit including photography||£50 + VAT|
|Additional hours on site||£35 + VAT|
|Travelling with 20 miles of Sleaford, Lincolnshire||£Nil|
|Travelling outside 20 miles radius||40p per mile (from Sleaford)|
|Digital images by email or direct transfer||£Nil|
|Images on micro SD card (including adaptor)||£20 + VAT|
Arrange an Appointment
To arrange an appointment, please Richard Hodgson with your contact information and the address of the property.
Hodgson Brothers LLP (Special Projects),
28 Carre Street,
Telephone: 01529 415056
Mobile: 07922 426251
Work is undertaken subject to acceptable lighting, weather conditions and risk assessment. Our representative will carry out the assessment on site. If lighting and weather conditions are unsuitable, a re-visit will be arranged at a time convenient to the operative. The operative will have the discretion to position the camera in a location that they consider safe and will not be obliged to take photographs from a position where there is an identifiable risk of injury or damage to equipment.