Locate Thermal Bridges

Typically thermal bridges are an area of the building envelope that can have lower thermal resistance. Heat likes to follow the easiest path from the source to the outside – the path of least resistance. If you are suddenly experiencing significant increases in heat loss and cold areas within a building, like decreased wall surface temperatures, we recommend you scan roof beams and walls, corners, and even between floors.

Find Moisture Invisible to the Human Eye

Moisture can be difficult to spot and is easily a strong contributor to health issues. Problems such as common deterioration from air leakage can cause condensation to form inside walls, ceilings or floors. If wet, this moisture will take a long time to dry and become early mold and mildew if not found or treated. Use our thermal camera to quickly find the source and see where it is forming.

Detect Air Leaks

Air leaks are a primary cause of energy loss and often cause further problems with the ventilation system. Locate building defects or framework construction problems including missing insulation or condensation that the eye cannot see. To detect air leaks, always conduct the inspection from the point of negative pressure.

Evaluate Radiant Floor Coils

A quick test of the tubes and pipes is easy to conduct with a thermal imager. The heat of the pipes radiates through the surface making the pattern simple to detect once fired up. Scanning and inspecting the total floor surface to look for hot spots along the lines can easily provide a visual image of any pinches, leaks, or punctures in order to quickly begin work with confidence.