Building  infrared inspections

Building Infrared Inspections

Do you know where cold air come from?

Only one thing can reduce your total energy usage and lower utility bills, the knowledge of knowing what the problem is! Winter or summer, knowing where the sources of energy loss are is the first step to reducing energy costs. Missing insulation and drafts are the main sources of discomfort; Building Infrared Inspections can identify the location of both of these sources.

Don’t Waste Money By Guessing

You need information, an Infrared Building Envelope Inspection is your roadmap to finding energy loss problems! Contact us at 321-255-6052 and we’ll do infrared imaging showing where you are missing insulation and where the drafts are coming from. Infrared Building Envelope inspections on commercial and residential structures find the exact locations of missing insulation and air infiltration. There is no other way to accomplish this as effectively and easily as an Infrared inspection.

 Did you know that according to the US department of energy the average family in the North East spends about $2,379 a year on home utility bills? Unfortunately, a large portion of that is wasted!

Building Infrared inspections of your home will find missing insulation in the walls and locate the source of drafts.

An Infrared envelope inspection goes beyond the typical building inspection by adding the power of infrared Imaging technology, to give you the “big picture” of where building insulation is deficient. Infrared will locate areas or energy loss, which are increasing costs.

Infrared Thermography is recognized as the fastest and most cost effective way to find energy loss. Infrared is a proven diagnostic technique recommended by the US Department of Energy for identifying areas of heat loss.

The infrared images below show missing insulation in the walls and air leaks, only infrared can effectively find these problems.

An “energy audit” which doesn’t use infrared cannot find where insulation is displaced or missing. Even a “free” audit, but without infrared inspection cannot not find where the contractor may have missed placing insulation in walls. We are Certified level III Infrared Thermographers using high resolution infrared cameras, we find the problems other can’t.

Why do you need an Infrared inspection, because your building leaks!

In this image of a typical wall and window the dark purple shows the places where cold air leaks in. Each leak is a blast of cold air making you uncomfortable and costing money on your utility bill! Infrared Thermography found the leaks around the inside of the window frame, the molding around the window leaks and the right side window sash leaks in the center. Also, the outlet box leaks and there is cold air on the floor coming from the exterior wall.

Infrared imaging and a diagnostic blower door test is the fastest most effective way to detect air infiltration leaks.

Thermpgraphic inspections find problems.

Roof & building Infrared InspectionsNuclear moisture testing
Infrared inspections Pinpoints and Documents Areas of Wet Insulation in Flat Roofs
Saves Thousands of Dollars on Roof Repair and Replacement Costs
Reduces Risk of Structural Damage and Failure of Your New Roof
Targets Leaking/Wet Roof Areas – Stretches Roof Maintenance Dollars
Infrared Inspection Saves Money – Wet Roofing Insulation Wastes Energy
Identifies Small Roof Problems Before They Become Bigger & More Costly
EMA roof moisture inspections and building moisture inspections are performed in Orlando, Tampa, Daytona, Jacksonville, West Palm Beach and Ft. Lauderdale.
structural engineers performed roof and building roof moisture inspections and nuclear testing can target problem roof areas to help save big money on roof repair or replacement. Call  today for a free quote for nondestructive Thermal Infrared testing of your roof.
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