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Infrared Thermography is diagnostic technique in which a thermal imaging camera is used to see temperature variations, pinpointing root causes of water intrusion, thermal inefficiency and other problem areas. By locating exactly where a problem originated from with an infrared scan, costly repairs are eliminated or reduced.

hidden water leak
missing insulation
hidden moisture in wall
overheated electrical wiring
malfunctioning AC condenser
infrared image of overheated dryer vent

Professional Industrial and Residential Thermal Imaging Services

Infrared Thermography helps win the battle against moisture and mold in building materials that can destroy structural integrity and cause serious health concerns. Our experts can distinguish between wet and dry building materials by using thermal infrared technology – tracking moisture intrusion to its source – clearly revealing problem areas that need to be addressed, before they become more severe.

Missing / Damaged Insulation

Through an infrared scan we can show you where your home or facility needs proper insulation in order to improve energy efficiency, thus leading to savings on energy costs.

Energy Efficiency

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the typical family spends over $2,000 a year on home utility bills, and unfortunately, a large portion of that energy is wasted due to insufficient insulation and a lack of weather stripping around doors and windows.

Flat Roofs

Infrared inspections have proven to be an excellent method for predictive maintenance of roofing. Expert examination and reporting of a roof’s condition takes the “guess work” out of roofing analysis – pinpointing any areas of moisture intrusion, questionable structural integrity or energy inefficiency – we give you the answers you need to make repairs with confidence – the first time. Our methods are cost-effective and non- destructive – giving you peace-of-mind as well.

Electrical Surveys

Formerly a “Recommended Practice” of Electrical Equipment Maintenance, NFPA 70B 2023 is now the “Standard of Practice” for Electrical Equipment Maintenance and Required Annually.

Infrared (Thermographic) Electrical Safety Inspections prevent injuries, increase uptime, reduce unscheduled outages and lower overall maintenance costs

NFPA 70B now recognizes thermography inspections as mission-critical to an effective EPM (electrical preventive maintenance) 

Non-Destructive        Real-Time Results         Versatile

Moisture Intrusion
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