Your Trusted Partner for Thermal Imaging in West Michigan
Armed with an infrared camera, a home inspector can see how much thermal energy an object or an area of your home emits.
Oftentimes these areas of the home appear normal to the naked eye.
Here are some of the problem areas that infrared cameras can capture:
An infrared camera can spot areas of concern like poorly insulated attics, basements, inefficient windows etc. These inefficiencies can cause your heating and cooling bills to be above average.
The electrical system in a home should have a rather consistent temperature range. If any peaks in temperature are detected in your electrical system, this could be a sign of an electrical hotspot or short.
Any of these signs should be taken care of immediately since they could cause a fire if ignored.
When a moisture problem can be spotted with the eyes, the damage is usually already done. Thermal imaging can often catch signs of moisture well before it can be seen.
Thermal imaging can provide extra insight on inspection reports. We can provide a stand-alone thermal imaging report for your home or add thermal imaging with a home inspection report.