Indoor Drone Tours featured in Chicago Sun-Times
Drone tours continue to take off not only for luxury apartments and commercial spaces but also across many industries nationwide. Recently, Indoor Drone Tours was in the Chicago Sun-Times!
Mitch Dudek recently wrote an article focusing on Indoor Drone Tours and the company’s impact in Chicago.
What started as a division of Doola Creative Shop, Indoor Drone Tours is now a company of its own and is the main focus of Zach Dulla and John Bach.
There was a significant focus on residential drone tours in the company’s beginning. With the COVID-19 pandemic, Indoor Drone Tours solved an issue happening in real estate at the time: providing ‘contactless’ drone tours. FPV technology provided an easy way to film a virtual tour throughout a home without stepping foot in the house.
“We’d put the drone inside the front door, and the family inside would hide out of sight in the basement or bathroom for a few minutes to stay out of the video as we’d fly through the home,” Dulla said.
Later on, Indoor Drone Tours began to switch their focus from residential to commercial real estate. Now, roughly 70% of our clients are commercial real estate, 20% retail and hotels, and 10% residential real estate.
Indoor Drone Tours has had the opportunity to work with several businesses across Chicago, including R2 Companies, Madison Rose, Magellan Development Group, Chicago Fire, Chicago Bulls, and more.
Read the full article on the Chicago Sun-Times’ website here: “Indoor drone company took flight during the pandemic.”
We look forward to flying with you!