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Drone technology is anticipated to have a $6.8 billion impact on the insurance industry.

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Using drones for roof assessments. A new breed of roofing companies is using drone technology for more comprehensive roof assessments. (Photo: Kespry)

Several areas of concern in the roofing industry have resulted in a negative reputation for many companies and the industry at large. With high costs for repairs, inaccurate and dangerous inspection methods, and a lack of preventative maintenance, traditional ways of doing business often do not make the customer’s best interests a priority. However, a new breed of roofers is using drone technology to build greater trust and provide more value to customers.

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