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A home inspection is limited to what the inspector can see. Thermal imaging (infrared) gives me a whole new way of seeing, and can detect problems that are invisible using more conventional methods. Thermal imaging is great for detecting moisture issues, electrical problems, and even areas where energy loss is occurring.
Costly Energy Loss
An inefficient home means a constant drain on your wallet. Energy loss can occur due to poor or missing insulation, poor construction, or even flaws in the home’s design. I’ll check for indications of energy loss through walls, ceilings, floors, windows, doors, the attic, and more. I also check for damaged or malfunctioning radiant heating, if present. I’ll make sure your home isn’t needlessly burning through cash.
Thermal imaging is one of the most effective methods for detecting moisture problems. I can often find thermal evidence of moisture penetration from the roof or basement, as well as plumbing leaks, before they’ve caused enough damage to be visible to the naked eye. Since thermal imaging does not detect moisture directly, I use a moisture meter for verification.
Hot Spots & Fire Hazards
Naturally, thermal imaging is very effective for finding hot spots inside a home. These can range from electrical issues to insulation problems or dangerously hot pipes (which pose a burn risk to children). Electrical problems are of particular concern, as they indicate a wiring problem of an overloaded component, which poses a major fire risk.
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