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Wonderful experience, excellent communication, and the final product is beyond expectations! Really appreciated the detail as far as location and direction specifics. I'd definitely use them again!
Great job all around. The communication was perfect, Andrew at FlightScan 360 was quick to get to the field to take the photos. The photos were exactly what I asked for and were of great quality. I'd hire again.
This pilot is AMAZING - he completed three jobs for us recently, and we are beyond pleased with the quality of his work. Communication is quick and timely, deliverables came quickly and exactly how we asked.
Maybe you want to have gripping videos of your golf course anywhere in the state. If you are selling your farmland outside of Lancaster potential buyers can experience the beautiful rolling hills from the air. Suppose you run a resort in Lackawaxen or Jim Thorpe, an aerial view of the Poconos can be inspiring. If you are selling your home in Warren and want your buyers to experience something of the Allegheny scene, aerial video can be just the tour you want. Bring people into an aerial tour of your college campus in Harrisburg. Introduce the public to your festive restaurant in Hatboro.
The pilots available through Droners.Io are all holders of legal FAA exemptions. They are all licensed pilots who meet the safety and legal standards set up by the FAA.
Although the FAA has made limited drone photography for real estate sale use legal, it is still more complicated than simply taking your drone for a quick spin. Each flight requires a licensed pilot with an FAA Private Pilot Certificate, a current medical certificate and there has to be an observer on site. The drone also has to be visible to the pilot at all times.
With all the precautions, real estate drone photography and videography in Pennsylvania produces stirring images of real estate. It is especially effective for commercial real estate. The images carry prospective clients gliding over homes, commercial buildings, golf courses, college campuses. The images fly like birds rather than airplanes, swooping down and around above the trees to give fresh perspectives that drive interest. If you're wondering, "how do I get an aerial view of my house?", drone photography is the answer.