Thermal imaging is a non-invasive technology that detects temperature variations and produces a visual image that helps identify potential problems before they become significant issues. With our state-of-the-art thermal imaging equipment, we can provide an energy audit of your home, identifying problem areas in walls, ceilings, and roofs that are not visible to the human eye. This technology uses infrared light to capture temperature information and display it in a way that is easy to understand. By using thermal imaging, we can identify areas that require insulation improvements, have water damage, or have electrical issues. Additionally, we can detect the presence of rodents or other heat-producing objects within your walls.
Find out what is wrong with your house without tearing it apart with an energy audit.
Does thermal imaging detect mold? Yes, it does! Thermal imaging can be used for many things. Its main use in our industry, however, is to look for problem spots in your home. Here are some of the things we are looking for:
- Hot/cold spots
- Deficient insulation
- Deficiencies in windows/doors/ceilings
- Heating/air conditioning and duct system defects
- Roofing or plumbing leaks
Next Level Home Inspection
When considering purchasing a home, it’s recommended to hire a thermal imaging professional in addition to a home inspection. This will uncover any potential issues with insulation, electrical, plumbing, or pests, preventing unexpected expenses. If you suspect an issue, it’s best to have it properly diagnosed and repaired, with follow-up inspections available to ensure satisfaction. Don’t waste time and money, let us help you make an informed decision.
Create a list of any concerns you have around your home and inform our team. To prepare for our visit, move any large furniture away from walls and ensure there is enough space to navigate throughout the house. We may need to inspect the entire home, so please keep this in mind. While a deep clean is not necessary, it’s important to have enough room for us to move around. We’ll schedule an appointment at a time when one of your household members can be present to answer any questions and learn more about the process.
Relevant Warning Signs
- Mold or mildew
- Peeling paint
- Animal droppings
- Air drafts
Potential problem areas
- Power outlets
- Recessed light fixtures
- Walls (bathroom, kitchen and basement especially)
- HVAC ducts
Contact us today to learn more about thermal imaging inspections or to schedule an appointment.