A Building Envelope survey can locate missing or deficient insulation, water leakage or moisture in commercial
buildings, energy loss from windows and doors and flat roof surveys for water intrusion.
Thermal Imaging provides:
- a picture of a specific condition of a building
- Infrared cameras allow us the ability to see and locate what the naked eye is unable to
- Infrared images can capture thermal anomalies from moisture or water damage, roof leaks, stucco, EIFS, and
- Infrared scans are able to locate water and moisture intrusion in buildings by thermal
- Infrared scans can be used to identify and locate
overheating electrical, mechanical and machinery components prior to failure
- Surveys for Preventive/Predictive Maintenance of
electrical components are recognized by most industry professionals and insurance companies. Temperature differences within the equipment tested can indentify and locate potential problems
within the electrical components.
Moisture is the number one factor that causes buildings to deteriorate, and it is the number one ingredient
needed for mold growth. With an infrared camera you can detect moisture and wetness in building structures long before major problems begin (if moisture is caught early).
Thermal imaging is a recommended tracking tool to find out where a leak might be
coming from if you suspect the existance of wetness or moisture.