Infrared Thermal Imaging (ITI)
What is Thermal Imaging?
This technology uses infrared radiation emitted by the form of heat and provides us with a difference of temperature. This temperature difference can tell us information unavailable to the naked eye. Typical diagnostic uses of thermal imaging are identifying moisture problems in ceilings, walls, floors, and foundations.
Why Do I Need Thermal Imaging?
Moisture provides the necessary environment for mold to grow. Mold spores can begin to grow in as little as 72 hours. Thermal Imaging can detect poor installation of insulating materials in wall cavities and attics. Precise defect location can be pin-pointed on leaking plumbing pipes inside a wall or floor. Electrical issues also produce heat which can be discovered by thermal imaging inspection and stop an undiscovered problem from becoming a major failure of the system.