Expert Thermographers measure surface temperatures by using sophisticated infrared equipment. These tools produce images of temperature differences in the form of colors seen through the infrared camera. The images are further analyzed by our level II and Level III thermographers to render an evaluation of the anomaly and suggest possible solutions to resolve the problem. The images produced during an Infrared Inspection can reveal a variety of things from overheating electrical connections, voltage spikes and switch gear problems, electrical panels and distribution centers. In motorized equipment, we can detect baring failure and stressing on motors that could lead to premature failure. In building envelope systems, we detect moisture under membranes, moisture under shingle roofs, skylight leaks, insulation loss in attic and shell, and overall energy loss. In mechanical systems, we detect air loss, motor performance and degradation, condenser failure, and blockages. In foundation we detect moisture penetration, humidly, structural irregularities and building stress. In foundations, we detect cracks, water penetration, voids concrete integrity. In new homes, We detect energy efficiency before and after installed wall panels.
We have Level II and Level III inspectors (Thermographers) that are well educated and certified in infrared inspections and use a combination of training, science and experience to determine and use the techniques and equipment (i.e. drones or hand held equipment) to best resolve your concerns. Infrared inspections can not only save systems from failing, prevent unwanted downtime, but can also identify safety hazards and ideas on how to improve operation performance.
Our Thermographers produce detailed reports for your home or business, from baseline to comparison baseline to preventative solution reports and time lapse report to establish performance evaluation analysis of equipment to ensure your most valuable systems are running to their potential.
We’ve incorporated infrared electrical walk through inspections find hot spots caused by defects in connections, connection component, switch gears, transformers, distribution centers, motors, and motor components in the early stages of degeneration.