Many common electrical problems have visible effects but hidden causes. Left unchecked, these often seemingly minor symptoms can cause much larger problems before you know it. Here are a few common problems with underlying causes that should be fixed as soon as possible. Read more
Oftentimes, we don’t really think what goes on inside the walls of our homes and buildings. But when you run a commercial or industrial building, taking a look inside the walls every once in awhile can save you a lot of headaches in the long run. Infrared inspections are the least invasive way to do just that. While they can’t tell you everything, they can let you know if something unusual is going on. Read more
Infrared inspections are perhaps one of the best tools to use as part of a proactive predictive maintenance program for your facilities. They are a non-destructive way to identify potential defects in electrical systems, equipment and machinery that could lead to breakdowns. By having infrared inspections done regularly, you can have peace of mind about the condition of the key components in your facilities. Read more
Just as you shouldn’t overlook small maintenance issues with your home or car, it’s important to be proactive with facility maintenance, as well. The bigger the building, the more a potential breakdown can cost you. There are several maintenance issues that you should never defer and fix immediately. By detecting and fixing these issues early, you can minimize the risks and losses of a future breakdown. Read more
It’s been proven that doing preventative maintenance on your home on a regular basis makes it more liveable. So, having a preventative maintenance plan in place at a commercial or industrial facility is just as important for those who work within it. There are many reasons that preventative maintenance is a good idea, as not only does it prevent more costly repairs later, but makes for a happier, healthier working environment for all who use the facilities. Read more
Think you might have a leaky roof, but aren’t sure exactly where the problem is? By hiring an infrared inspection, you’ll be able to identify the problem spots right away, whether they are visible to the naked eye or not. Leaky roofs not only allow warm air to escape your home during the colder months, but more importantly, intruding moisture can cause considerable damage to your roofing system, and even other areas of your home, if left unchecked. Read more
We all know how expensive appliance repairs can be. But did you know that faulty components can be found before they cause your appliances to break down and require costly repairs or replacement? Infrared inspections can find bad or overloaded electrical connections and mechanical parts before they actually fail.
Infrared imaging has become invaluable for many commercial facility managers in keeping their buildings running smoothly. In fact, facilities regularly inspected with infrared imaging tend to have little or no downtime at all. How is this possible? There are several reasons for infrared imaging providing these benefits. Read more
Your heating and cooling system is one of the most important systems in your home. It’s also one of the more expensive systems to maintain. Still, you want to make sure that your HVAC system is functioning at peak efficiency at all times. How can you identify potential issues before costly repairs need to be made later? Read more
You may have seen how thermal imaging can be used on checking on potential problems with electrical panels. This is commonly done in regular inspections of multi-family apartment complexes, as well as commercial and industrial buildings. Of course, you can actually have an infrared inspection done on your home’s electrical panel, too. Why is it important to do so? What do these infrared inspections actually look for and how could it help you to have one done in your home? Read more
Our infrared inspection services are a proven effective part of an overall condition-based maintenance strategy.
Clients continue to rely on this cost-effective means of testing during normal operations to keep their electrical and mechanical equipment operating safely and efficiently.
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