Serving the Greater Denver Metro Area
Certified Infrared Thermography
Infrared (thermal imaging) is an advanced non-destructive technology that allows me to show you things about your home that no one can show you with conventional inspection methods.
What is Thermal Imaging?
Thermal Imaging AKA Infrared, is a powerful, noninvasive method of monitoring and diagnosing the condition of houses. With it, I can quickly identify problem areas that can't be detected with the naked eye - eliminating costly, destructive probing methods.
Infrared thermography cameras produce images of invisible infrared, or "heat" radiation and provide you with precise non-contact temperature measurements.
Invaluable for moisture problems and mold problems!
Moisture in building materials can destroy the structural integrity and nurture mold and insect infestation. Infrared cameras can instantly image entire rooms, inspect hard-to-reach places, reveal wet conditions behind surfaces at the source, and then monitor when the area is completely dry.
Perfect for finding hot spots!
For mechanical equipment, nearly everything gets hot before it fails - making infrared cameras extremely cost-effective and valuable diagnostic tools in many diverse applications.
What can infrared cameras do for you?
Infrared cameras meet the demands of building diagnostics. They feature immediate high-resolution thermal imagery, which may reveals potential moisture issues, energy efficiency and even rodents or pests. Use an infrared camera to find:
Thermal Imaging is an added service to your standard home inspection, so please request this valuable service when scheduling your home inspection. When requested with a home inspection, Thermal imaging is only to find hidden moisture problems and missing insulation. Other areas can be checked upon request.
Disclaimer: It is important to note that Thermal Imaging only reads temperature differences. It can not see through wall. If the surface is the same temperature the image will be one color. A leak can only be detected if the area is wet and a different temperature than the surface around it. Wet areas of the same surrounding areas can not be seen. Thermal Imaging does not guarantee to find every defect that may ever have existed.
What you See
What I see with Infrared
An infrared inspection can identify and document:
|Major Component Only Evaluation|
|First time home buyer|
|Structural Elevation Survey|
|What is a 203k|
|How does a 203k work?|
|203k Consultant's Responsibility|
|Limited aka Streamline 203k|
|FHA Q and A|