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Infrared Thermal Imaging Near Raleigh, NC

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Innovative & Non-Invasive Infrared Thermal Imaging

Infrared thermal imaging helps evaluate a home in a non-invasive manner. Heat-sensitive photography can reveal faulty wiring, termites, mold, wet insulation, and more. With this tool, it’s possible to detect many conditions not visible to the naked eye. This interior and exterior survey can provide you with important additional information about the current condition of your home. We use infrared thermal imaging as a tool in all our home inspections in Raleigh, NC and the surrounding area.

An Infrared Inspection Can Save You Money

Thermal imaging detects a wide variety of potential issues. If you catch these problems ahead of time, you could save a lot of money on repairs. From overheating electrical components to lack of insulation, our inspection can detect it. Get in touch with us today to learn more about our infrared thermal inspection services in Raleigh, NC and how they can help you!

Benefits of a Thermal Imaging Inspection

Given the proper circumstances, the infrared camera can help in: 

• Locating plumbing leaks and clogs in plumbing systems

• Detecting roof leaks with recent rainfall

• Cooling/Heating energy loss

• Excessive moisture and possible sources mold

• Stud/joist/beam/rafter structure

• Potential foundation issues

• Insulation gaps

• Heating and cooling duct placement, insulation, air leaks

• Pipe locations

• Ventilation issues problems

• Investigation of pest infestation

We use infrared cameras with every inspection and double check the results with other tools such as moisture meters and smoke pens when necessary. We use some of the latest tools to help find potential issues that other inspectors may miss without these devices.

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