Construction Photography Services

May 10, 2024 in Construction, Photography

Construction Photography Services

Introduction

Welcome back to another Momentum 360 weekly blog! For today’s topic, we’ll discuss everything to know about construction photography services. Whether you’re someone who runs a constitution company, involved in construction in some regards, or is simply looking to hire a company to take photos of your construction project, you’ve come to the right place!

You can get a free quote by going to this link here!

Construction Photography Services

Construction Photography Services

Momentum 360 has been providing photography services for the construction industry for over a decade now, so we’d like to think we know a thing or two about the process, how it works, pricing, and everything in between to get you the photos you need for your large project!

How Construction Photography Services Work

Construction photography is pretty simple at the end of the day, we just need to make sure that the correct expectations are met. For shooting construction projects, we like to follow our step by step guide on how it works, to make sure that from start to finish our clients know exactly what they’re getting into!

Preparation and Permissions

  • Obtain necessary permissions and clearances to access the site.
  • Coordinate with the site manager for a suitable schedule.
  • Prepare and wear appropriate safety gear (helmet, high visibility vest, safety boots).

Equipment Checklist

  • Camera with a high-resolution sensor.
  • Wide-angle lens for capturing large areas.
  • Zoom lens for detailed shots.
  • Tripod for stability and sharp images.
  • Extra batteries and memory cards.
  • Protective gear for the camera, especially in dusty or wet conditions.

Shooting Conditions

  • Check weather conditions and plan for optimal lighting (early morning or late afternoon for natural light).
  • Ensure the site is safe and stable for setting up equipment.

Composition and Focus

  • Use a variety of angles and perspectives to capture the scale and detail of the project.
  • Focus on key elements like machinery, workers in action, and structural details.
  • Include before-and-after shots if applicable for progress documentation.

Technical Settings

  • Use appropriate ISO, aperture, and shutter speed settings to manage lighting and motion.
  • Shoot in RAW format for high-quality post-processing.

Safety and Compliance

  • Always stay aware of your surroundings and follow safety protocols.
  • Avoid restricted areas unless specifically permitted.

Post-Processing

  • Review and select the best images.
  • Adjust exposure, contrast, and color balance to enhance the images.
  • Crop and straighten photos for a professional finish.

Delivery and Feedback

  • Deliver the photos in the agreed format and resolution.
  • Obtain feedback to improve future shoots and ensure client satisfaction.

How Much Does Construction Photography Cost?

Pricing for construction photography varies depending on a number of factors. Our job is to make sure we get as much information upfront as possible to give you an accurate estimate with a fair turnaround time for your assets.

This way, solid expectations can be set, met, and before you know it, we’re your main vendor for taking constitution photos for your sites across the country, instead of finding individual photographers to do the job!

Construction Photography Services

Construction Photography Services

This guide below goes into brief detail about our pricing structure:

1. Scope of the Project

  • Size and Duration: Larger or longer-term projects may require multiple site visits and extended shooting hours, which should be factored into the pricing.
  • Complexity: The complexity of the shots needed, such as aerial photography or time-lapse sequences, can increase the difficulty and the resources required.

2. Equipment and Technology

  • Camera and Lenses: High-quality, professional equipment often results in better photos but involves higher costs for purchase and maintenance.
  • Special Equipment: Drones, stabilizers, and additional lighting can be necessary for certain construction shoots and add to the cost.

3. Travel and Logistics

  • Distance: Travel expenses to and from the construction site can add up, especially for remote locations.
  • Accommodations: Overnight stays may be necessary for early morning or late evening shoots, which should be included in the pricing.

4. Experience and Specialization

  • Expertise: Photographers with more experience or a specialization in construction photography can typically charge more due to their ability to capture higher quality images and handle complex situations.
  • Portfolio: A strong portfolio can justify higher rates as it demonstrates the photographer’s ability to deliver value.

5. Post-Processing

  • Editing Time: The amount of time spent on editing and processing images can vary greatly and should be considered when pricing.
  • Software: Costs for professional photo editing software are also a factor.

6. Licensing and Usage Rights

  • Usage: The scope of how the photos will be used by the client (e.g., commercial use, promotional materials) can affect pricing.
  • Exclusivity: Exclusive rights to images, which prevent the photographer from reusing the photos, can command a premium.

7. Deliverables

  • Number of Images: The total number of final images delivered and their format (print, digital, high-resolution) influence the pricing.
  • Turnaround Time: Faster delivery times might necessitate a higher charge due to the additional pressure it puts on the workflow.

8. Risk and Insurance

  • Safety Equipment: The need for special safety gear and measures can introduce additional costs.
  • Insurance: Liability and equipment insurance are crucial for covering potential accidents and damage during the shoot.

9. Client-Specific Requirements

  • Meetings and Planning: Time spent in meetings, scouting the location, and planning the shoot should be accounted for in the pricing.

10. Market Rates

  • Competition and Demand: Being aware of what other photographers are charging and the demand in your region helps in setting competitive yet fair prices.

Roughly speaking, our rates for construction projects start at $500! Now that you know how our services work, and how much we cost, we’ll show you the process for actually taking the photos on-site, and then hiring Momentum 360 to do your shooting!

You can get a free quote by going to this link here!

How Long Does It Take to Shoot Construction Photography?

Like anything in life, you’re more successful if you have a plan and process put together, instead of winging it. That’s exactly what Momentum 360 did back in 2015 to set a foundation for construction photography services, to make sure the clients know exactly what they’re getting, and how we can deliver time after time! Learn how long we take our construction photos here:

Construction Photography Services

Construction Photography Services

1. Project Size and Scope

  • Small Projects: A single residential building or a small commercial site might only require a few hours to capture adequately, typically anywhere from 1 to 4 hours.
  • Large Projects: Large-scale construction sites, like major commercial developments or infrastructure projects, could need multiple visits or full-day shoots, potentially spanning 6 to 8 hours per visit, or even more if multiple days are required.

2. Specific Requirements

  • Detailed Documentation: If the client needs detailed documentation of every stage or aspect of the construction, this can extend the shooting time considerably.
  • Progress Shots: Regular visits to document progress over days, weeks, or months will obviously extend the total time committed to a project but are typically shorter individual sessions.

3. Complexity of Shots

  • Aerial Photography: Using drones to capture aerial views can add time for setup, flight planning, and actual flying, depending on the size and accessibility of the site.
  • Time-Lapse Photography: Setting up and monitoring time-lapse photography equipment can also require additional time, both in setup and in post-shoot processing.

4. Travel and Setup

  • Travel Time: The distance to the construction site can add significant time to the shoot day.
  • Setup: The amount of equipment and the variety of shots needed (e.g., different angles, lighting setups) can affect the setup and teardown times.

5. Weather and Lighting Conditions

  • Weather Dependency: Outdoor shoots are dependent on weather conditions, which can delay or extend the time needed if shoots must be rescheduled or paused.
  • Lighting: Capturing images during the golden hours of early morning or late afternoon for optimal lighting can also dictate the timing and duration of the shoot.

6. Post-Processing

  • While not part of the shooting time per se, the amount of post-processing required (editing and finalizing images) can be substantial, depending on the volume and complexity of the images taken.

Typical Duration

  • Single Visit: For a straightforward shoot with minimal requirements, plan for approximately 2-6 hours on site.
  • Multiple Visits: For ongoing construction projects requiring periodic documentation, each visit might be shorter, but cumulatively, the project involves many hours spread over weeks or months.

Now that you know how long it takes us to shoot on-site, we’ll be able to show you how you can hire Momentum 360, one of the best companies in the nation on shooting construction photography, to go and shoot your job site!

You can get a free quote by going to this link here!

Construction Photography Services

Construction Photography Services

Next Steps to Hire Momentum 360 for Construction Photography

1. Initial Research

  • Website Visit: Start by visiting the Momentum 360 website to understand the range of services they offer, particularly if they specialize in construction photography.
  • Portfolio Review: Check their portfolio to assess their style and quality of work, especially in similar environments or industries.

2. Contact and Inquiry

  • Contact Form: Use the contact form on their website to send an initial inquiry. Be sure to include key details about your project such as location, scope, and desired timelines.
  • Direct Call or Email: Alternatively, you can directly call or email them if contact details are provided on the website. This might facilitate quicker communication.

3. Consultation and Briefing

  • Initial Consultation: Arrange an initial consultation, which might be over the phone or through a virtual meeting, to discuss your project in detail.
  • Project Brief: Prepare a detailed brief outlining your specific requirements, goals, and any potential challenges on the site.

4. Proposal and Quote

  • Receive Proposal: Momentum 360 should provide a proposal that includes the scope of work, the process, timelines, and pricing.
  • Review and Negotiate: Review the proposal carefully. Feel free to ask questions or negotiate terms if necessary.

5. Contract and Agreement

  • Contract Signing: Once you are satisfied with the proposal, a contract will be drawn up outlining the terms of service, deliverables, payment schedule, and legalities.
  • Deposit Payment: Typically, a deposit might be required to secure the services and schedule the shoot.

6. Preparation and Planning

  • Site Visit: Depending on the complexity, a pre-shoot site visit might be necessary to plan the shoot, discussing angles, lighting, and any specific shots.
  • Safety and Permissions: Ensure all permissions are in place for the shoot, and discuss safety protocols, especially if the environment is hazardous.

7. Photoshoot Execution

  • Shoot Day: On the day of the shoot, ensure all preparations are in place. Momentum 360 will execute the shoot as per the planned schedule.
  • On-Site Feedback: Be available to provide on-site feedback if required.

8. Post-Processing and Delivery

  • Editing: After the shoot, the photos will undergo post-processing to ensure they meet the quality and style discussed.
  • Delivery: Final images will be delivered in the agreed format and timeline.

9. Feedback and Finalization

  • Review: Once you receive the images, review them to ensure they meet your expectations.
  • Feedback: Provide feedback or request any adjustments if necessary.

10. Completion and Follow-Up

  • Final Payment: Complete any remaining payments as per the contract.
  • Follow-Up: Momentum 360 may follow up for feedback or to ensure satisfaction with the service provided.

Momentum 360 is a Premiere Small Business and Real Estate marketing company in Philadelphia and tri-state area. Our main service offerings are 3D Virtual Tours powered by Matterport, as well as photography and videography. We are both a Matterport Service Provider and Google Trusted Photography agency.

While 3D Virtual Tours started in real estate, they are versatile and applicable across every industry. Momentum 360 specializes in virtual tours for real estate, small businesses, restaurants, retail, healthcare, professional services, and much more. These virtual tours help our clients showcase their business online, while also allowing them to rank higher on Google with SEO, and get more followers on social media. Call for a quote!

You can get a free quote by going to this link here!

Construction Photography Services

Construction Photography Services

 

3D Scanner for Construction

May 9, 2024 in 3D, Construction, Matterport

3D Scanner for Construction

Introduction

Welcome to another Momentum 360 weekly blog! In this weekly blog, we’ll go over the popular topic of having a 3D scanner for construction and why it’s so beneficial to have for the construction industry! As time goes on, 3D scanning will only continue to be more popular.

The best way to get started is to get involved, so in this blog, we’ll be showing you the how/what/why/when/where of 3D scanners for construction, and why they make so much sense for this niche.

3D Scanner for Construction

3D Scanner for Construction

If you don’t know who Momentum 360 is, I’d love to give you a quick introduction! Momentum 360 is a Premiere Small Business and Real Estate marketing company in Philadelphia and tri-state area. Our main service offerings are 3D Virtual Tours powered by Matterport, as well as photography and videography. We are both a Matterport Service Provider and Google Trusted Photography agency.

While 3D Virtual Tours started in real estate, they are versatile and applicable across every industry. Momentum 360 specializes in virtual tours for real estate, small businesses, restaurants, retail, healthcare, professional services, and much more. These virtual tours help our clients showcase their business online, while also allowing them to rank higher on Google with SEO, and get more followers on social media.

So if after reading this blog you need 3D scanning services for your construction business, do yourself a favor and give us an email at info@momentumvirtualtours.com or call us at 215-607-6482!

Let’s get into it, let’s start with the 3D scanning software you’ll be using to get the most accurate construction dimensions for your projects!

3D Scanning Software

There is only one software that rules the construction of 3D scanning, and that is none other than Matterport! Matterport has very accurate scanning to get correct dimensions to contractors, architects, project managers, etc. Getting started with them is very easy!

To show you how accurate this software is, read this snippet from Matterport.com that goes into detail of exactly how accurate they are! Here are some key points about their accuracy:

  1. Precision: Matterport cameras, particularly when using their Pro2 3D camera, can capture images and data with a high degree of accuracy. They typically boast an accuracy of around 1% of the measured distance. This means that in a 10 meter room, the dimensional error could be about 10 cm.
  2. Resolution and Detail: The resolution of the images captured is high, allowing for detailed and nuanced 3D representations of spaces. This is crucial for applications in real estate, architecture, and construction where detail is key.
  3. Depth Sensing and Infrared: Matterport cameras use a combination of photographic and 3D depth data, which is processed to create the virtual model. The use of infrared scanners alongside traditional imaging enhances the accuracy of depth measurements.
  4. Software Enhancement: The accuracy of a Matterport camera also depends on the accompanying software which processes the raw data into a cohesive model. The software includes algorithms to correct errors and optimize the model for accuracy.
  5. Environmental Factors: The accuracy can vary based on environmental conditions like lighting and the complexity of the space. Reflective surfaces, extreme lighting conditions, and moving objects can introduce anomalies in the data.
3D Scanner for Construction

3D Scanner for Construction

Matterport technology is generally considered adequate for most commercial and residential property documentation, interior design, and similar applications. For ultra-precise engineering applications, additional verification might be necessary.

As you can see, the Matterport software is simply the best solution for people in construction needing accurate models for their new projects. Whether you’re in the pre, current or post construction process, you will need Matterport every step of the way!

3D Scanning Camera

Now, let’s get to the 3D camera that will give you the best shots and accurate dimensions for each shoot. Note, there’s multiple different Matterport cameras that give you the best resolution, dimensions, and features to suffice for your project. Here you go:

Matterport Pro2 Camera: This is Matterport’s flagship camera, designed specifically for creating high-quality 3D scans. It is known for its high accuracy and detailed image quality. The Pro2 is particularly popular among professionals in real estate, architecture, and construction.

Matterport Pro3 Camera: Launched as an upgrade to the Pro2, the Pro3 camera offers even greater precision and is designed to work well both indoors and outdoors. It features superior capture technology, allowing for quicker scans and higher-quality imagery.

Matterport Pro1 Camera: As the predecessor to the Pro2, this model is less commonly used now but was originally praised for its ability to create detailed 3D models and virtual tours.

360 Cameras: Matterport supports a range of 360-degree cameras, which are generally more affordable and portable than the Pro series. These include popular models from brands like Ricoh (Ricoh Theta series) and Insta360. These cameras are suitable for less demanding applications and are easier to handle.

Smartphones: Matterport also offers an app that allows users to create 3D scans using just a smartphone. While this option doesn’t provide the same level of detail or accuracy as the Pro cameras or dedicated 360 cameras, it is a convenient and accessible choice for casual users or those who need to create simple models quickly.

3D Scanner for Construction

3D Scanner for Construction

Now obviously, you won’t be using 360 cameras or smartphones, as they don’t include the LIDAR technology. If you don’t know what lidar is… let us explain how important it is.

LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) technology is crucial for Matterport, particularly in enhancing the accuracy and efficiency of 3D spatial data collection. Here’s why LiDAR is important for Matterport:

  1. Accuracy: LiDAR sensors provide highly accurate distance measurements by emitting laser beams and measuring how long it takes for the light to return after hitting an object. This precision is vital for creating detailed and accurate 3D models of complex environments. Matterport cameras equipped with LiDAR can capture fine details and the true dimensions of a space, which is crucial for applications in real estate, architecture, and construction.
  2. Speed: LiDAR technology enables rapid capture of environment data. This speed is beneficial for scanning large or complex spaces efficiently. Professionals can complete their scanning tasks faster compared to traditional methods or other imaging technologies that might require multiple passes to ensure accuracy.
  3. Low Light Performance: Unlike traditional photography-based 3D scanning, LiDAR does not rely on ambient light. It can create accurate 3D models even in low light conditions or in completely dark environments. This is particularly useful in areas where lighting cannot be controlled or is insufficient.
  4. Complex Geometry and Obstacle Detection: LiDAR is effective in capturing the geometry of complex structures and intricate details, which might be missed by cameras only relying on visual data. It can also detect and map out obstacles and furnishings within a space, allowing for more comprehensive space planning and management.
  5. Outdoor Use: While Matterport’s initial focus was primarily indoor spaces, the inclusion of LiDAR allows for effective outdoor 3D modeling. LiDAR can handle the larger distances and more variable lighting conditions found outdoors, expanding the use cases for Matterport’s technology.
  6. Integration with Other Data: LiDAR data can be seamlessly integrated with images and other sensor data to produce hybrid models that are visually rich and geometrically accurate. This integration is key for applications that require both visual appeal and metric accuracy, such as virtual tours and digital twins in real estate.

By incorporating LiDAR technology, Matterport enhances the versatility and application range of their 3D modeling solutions, providing tools that are both powerful and practical across a variety of industries.

3D Scanner for Construction

3D Scanner for Construction

Next Steps

To hire Momentum 360 for creating a virtual tour of your construction site, you can follow these steps to get started and ensure you have a smooth process:

  1. Visit the Website: Start by visiting the official Momentum 360 website. This is where you can find comprehensive information about their services, portfolio, and contact details.
  2. Service Details: Look for the specific service you are interested in, such as construction site virtual tours. Their website might have detailed descriptions of how they handle different types of projects, what technologies they use (like Matterport), and the outcomes you can expect.
  3. Contact Them: Use the contact information provided on their website to reach out. This might include a contact form, email address, or phone number. Make initial contact expressing your interest in their services and provide basic details about your project.
  4. Discuss Your Needs: When you get in touch with a representative, discuss your specific needs for the virtual tour. Include details such as the size of the construction site, specific areas you want highlighted, any particular challenges (like ongoing construction activities), and your timeline for the project.
  5. Request a Quote: Ask for a detailed quote or proposal. This should include the scope of work, the timeline, the technologies used, and the pricing. It’s also wise to ask about any additional services they might offer, such as enhanced 3D modeling, integration with existing CAD drawings, or follow-up updates as construction progresses.
  6. Schedule a Meeting or Site Visit: If the initial discussions go well, schedule a meeting or request a site visit. This allows the Momentum 360 team to assess the site directly and refine their proposal to better fit your needs.
  7. Review the Contract: Once you receive a formal proposal or contract, review it carefully. Pay attention to details such as the scope of work, deliverables, payment terms, and any conditions or guarantees provided.
  8. Finalize the Deal: If you agree with the proposal, sign the contract and arrange for any initial payments or deposits required. Confirm the project start dates and any preparations you need to make at the site to facilitate their work.
  9. Project Execution: Coordinate with the Momentum 360 team as they execute the project. Ensure they have access to the site and any necessary information or contacts.
  10. Review and Feedback: Once the initial version of the virtual tour is ready, review it to ensure it meets your expectations. Provide feedback and request any necessary adjustments.
  11. Final Delivery: After any revisions are made, receive the final version of your virtual tour. Make sure you also get any user instructions or tools needed to embed or share the tour, depending on how you plan to use it.
3D Scanner for Construction

3D Scanner for Construction

By following these steps, you can effectively hire Momentum 360 to create a professional virtual tour of your construction site, leveraging their expertise to capture detailed and useful views of your project.

 

Construction Progress Drone Services

February 3, 2024 in Blog, Construction

Construction Progress Drone Services

Intro

Welcome back to another Momentum 360 weekly blog! In this one, we’ll go over construction progress drone services, and why they’re so important for the construction industry. If you haven’t checked out our previous blogs before, you can do so here. We post weekly updates, strategies and tutorials on how to grow your business using digital, content and other marketing tactics and strategies. So without further ado, let’s get started and show you the world of construction progress drone services in your area.

Construction Progress Drone Services

Construction Progress Drone Services

In today’s day and age, there isn’t enough real real estate to go around. The real estate shortage has been going on for years now, but due to high mortgage rates and unaffordable housing prices, the shortage is starting to get better, with more homes being on the market for longer.

But with that being said, construction is never ending in America. Back in 2023, the United States used more raw materials (wood, concrete, etc) than ever before to create new housing projects for the American people. One of the things that comes up a lot in construction is the delay of deadlines. How many times have you seen a construction project in your neighborhood go up, and year after year think to yourself, “Wow, they’re still working on that? It’s been years already!” Many times, right? That’s why, in order for construction projects to move forward from deadline to deadline, they need a full understanding and reality of the status of a certain project, that’s where drone services come into play.

Drone services for construction progress is one of the most powerful things a construction company can do for the overall execution of the project. It’s going to make the job go so much faster, since the foreman is able to make better decisions, and the job can move from stage to stage, very quickly.

Process

The process is very simple. Normally in any construction project, there are 5 stages:

  • Initiation
  • Pre-Construction
  • Procurement
  • Construction
  • Post-Construction

Since we’re just talking about the final two, these two stages are the ones that take up the most time, since it’s when the job is actually taking place. Drone services can aid to understand where a job is in status, if there’s any issues, or if they’re good to move on to the next phase (hopefully before deadline). The faster that a construction company moves through deadlines, the better, so they can get more jobs from their client. What we recommend is that at least 3 drone videos are created during a construction phase. This is for:

  • Framing
  • Boarding
  • Finishing

The framing process is the process of putting together the actual dimensions of a property thus it’s accurate to the blueprints. Boarding is the process of putting the exterior of the property up, in regards to the doors, walls, ceilings, etc, closing off the entire property so that it matches the proper exterior/interior that it was meant to have. The finishing of the property is when the property picks out the interior materials (quartz, stainless steel, marble, etc) for certain aspects of the flooring, tile, etc. It’s important to get a good understanding of where you are in a certain project, so you’re able to move from phase to phase as quickly as possible.

Cost & Shotlist

Since we’re doing 3 shoots here, we need to break down what we’re doing in each shoot. Normally for a drone shoot for construction progress, we need at least 1-2 hours to capture the proper footage of the entire project, as well as another hour or so to capture the proper images. We recommend shooting both video and photo so you have multiple perspectives, so this way you have as many pieces of content as possible.

After taking this video and photographing, we’ll need roughly 3-4 days of post production to do editing for a project to make sure it has the proper cuts involved for the client. All is all, one stage of this shooting will be at least $1,000. This is to make sure we’re actually taking good footage of the project, and not footage that won’t show an accurate depiction of the area. If you get footage that doesn’t represent the reality of the status of the property, it’s a huge problem.

You could have the entire project come down in turmoil if you’re missing as little as one singular thing about a construction project, that’s why it’s so important to get a top down drone perspective of how the project is. So if you’re facturing in at least 3 shoots per an entire construction progress timeline, you’re looking at at least $3,000/project in total, which really isn’t a bad fee at all to make sure that your project status is looking good and you’re getting an accurate depiction.

Construction Progress Drone Services

Construction Progress Drone Services

Think about it like this, would you pay your doctor a few extra dollars to make sure they’re giving you an accurate depiction of your health? If you didn’t pay the extra few dollars, your doctor could say there’s something wrong with you, when there really isn’t. Or, they could say that you’re fine, when you’re really not – you and I both would pay the few extra dollars extra to make sure you’re getting an accurate picture of your health.

Value & Benefits

One of the best benefits of construction progress drone services is that you can actually save money if you take the extra time to get these additional services done. Let me explain here. Let’s say you have a huge problem on the rooftop of a building that you’re doing construction on, and you wouldn’t have caught that until you finished the project, or even worse, after there was a horrific accident. See, if you take drone footage and notice a problem, you’re immediately able to take action and save potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars in repairs to that roof if you’re able to take action immediately.

The nice thing about taking this footage is that after you complete the project and have the footage of the project while it was completed, you now have legal evidence that you can use in court on someone if God forbid someone ever tried to accuse you of anything in relation to creating a building that’s faulty.

Construction Progress Drone Services

Construction Progress Drone Services

Location

The nice thing about Momentum 360, is that we service the entire country, every single state and city. We have a dedicated management team filled with an even better on-site team that allows us to be able to create consistent drone content for construction progress jobs across the entire country of ours. If you ever find yourself needing drone services for construction progress, do not hesitate to reach out to us, we will be here to help you with everything.

Equipment

For Momentum 360, we believe in using the best technology there is. For us, we believe in using the DJI system for all of our drone content. Time and time again, it’s believed to be the best drone camera for construction on the planet. If you haven’t gotten a chance to review their footage and capabilities, we recommend you do so now, their technology is simply the best in the world.

Next Steps

If you’re interested in learning more about our construction progress drone services, you can visit our website to learn more about us. If you’d like to hire us, you can fill out a form on our website here to schedule a call with our owner, Sean Boyle, to talk about the next steps about how we can help you. You can also email us at info@momentumvirtualtours.com or call us at 215-607-6482 to talk next steps as well. We’re open 24/7, so do yourself a favor and contact us to today to get clear construction progress drone services at the ready!

Conclusion

Momentum 360 is a Premiere Small Business and Real Estate marketing company in Philadelphia and tri-state area. Our main service offerings are 3D Virtual Tours powered by Matterport, as well as photography and videography. We are both a Matterport Service Provider and Google Trusted Photography agency. While 3D Virtual Tours started in real estate, they are versatile and applicable across every industry.

Construction Progress Drone Services

Construction Progress Drone Services

Momentum 360 specializes in virtual tours for real estate, small businesses, restaurants, retail, healthcare, professional services, and much more. These virtual tours help our clients showcase their business online, while also allowing them to rank higher on Google with SEO, and get more followers on social media. Call for a quote!

 

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