What is Thermography?

Thermography is a process that uses infrared radiation to measure the temperature of an object. This information can be used to detect problems with electrical wiring, insulation, and other components in a home. Thermography is a valuable tool for home inspections, and in addition to detecting problems, thermography can also be used to measure the efficiency of insulation and the overall condition of a home. If you’re considering buying a home, or if you already own one, it’s a good idea to have a thermographic inspection completed.

When Will an Inspector Will Use An Infrared Camera?

Looking at the upper level ceilings for roof leakage

Checking below kitchens and bathrooms for leaks after testing fixtures and appliances

Scanning the main electric panel for overheating breakers or wires

Detecting radiant floor heating options

Evaluating the unknown source of leaks from walls or plumbing

Checking the basement for water leakage

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