Cost Effective Drone Survey from our CAA Approved Remote Pilot Partners

Drone Survey for Pest Control

Plan your Pest Control better

See harder to reach areas and get a clear insight into the potential issues.

CAA Approved and Insured

Our Pilot partners Blue Pixel Limited are registered with CAA GVC Specific Category to do commercial operations in the UK. Insured with £1million fully compliant with EC 785/2004

No Scaffolding

Quicker, Cost-Effective and Far Less Disruptive.

Good for Documenting

High resolution coloured digital photos and a 4k video are included.

Book your Drone Survey for Pest Control today

We cover Purley and Surrounding Areas

The aerial imageries allow our pest control technicians to see harder to reach areas and get a clear insight into the potential issues with nests and other external damages to the property.

FAQs on Drone Survey for Pest Control

Appointment Dates and weather

Drone survey dates are subject to permissions and Local Authority by-laws and clearances.

Confirmed drone survey dates are also subject to suitable weather conditions. Our Drones (UAS) can only fly in dry and calm conditions.

Permissions and Restrictions

Our CAA operational authorisation is awarded on the basis of flight safety aspects. It does not give
us the authority to disregard any aspects that are of interest to statutory bodies like the Police and
Emergency Services, the Highway Agency and Local Authorities.

Many areas are marked as regulated high-risk areas and the operation of your drone may be hazardous or prohibited. We do a check and if it is in that zone, we may have to take clearance from NATS and other relevant authorities.

Collision Avoidance and Visual Line of Sight

The collision avoidance requirements for SUAS (Drone) are followed at all times as per guidance provided in CAP 722. A Visual Line of Sight (VLOS) should be maintained at all times during the flight
and the drone has to be visible at all times with the naked eye during the entire operation.

Risk assessment

Risk assessment is a process where the drone operator has to decide the safety concerns of both involved and uninvolved people/animals/vessels/vehicles and structures.

We cannot fly closer to 50 meters to any crowd/property/vehicles and structures that are not in our control. The aim is to always be aware that the flight operation should not be a danger and the drone remote pilot will be the judge of that and may deny flying in a certain path if that is considered unsafe according to


£1 Million public liability insurance will be in place before any job and will be fully compliant with EC 785/2004. We can get a cover for a larger amount if needed by the client. We may also include an invasion of privacy cover if needed.

Affiliates and Accreditations

PROMPT Full Member PC/7957