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Thermal Imaging- Viewing the invisible:

Thermal Imaging- Viewing the invisible:

For those cases where the moisture damage may not be readily visible, we use thermography as a tool to aid in locating thermal anomalies which could indicate water intrusion or leakage. We can
often pinpoint the source of the leakage using state of the art electronic equipment which saves  time and money on repair costs.

Thermal imaging cameras do not actually detect moisture and/or mold, they use sensors to pick up infrared waves and formulate images based upon those waves. The resulting images, properly interpreted can be used to assess areas of potential moisture by evaluating differences in temperature. Temperature difference caused by evaporation, radiation, thermal bridging, infiltration/ex-filtration and other sources must all be carefully evaluated. In doing so, the inspector can use the information to spot suspect areas that are not visible to the naked eye.

The findings are then verified using electronic moisture detection equipment.

 

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