Relying on Infrared for Home Inspections
Thermal imaging has been available since the 1920s, but over the past 50 years, Thermography has grown in popularity and has been used in a variety of industries. For example, firefighters use this technology to find people through billowing smoke. It can also be used to maintain systems within a building. Individuals use thermal images to find issues with heating and air conditioning systems, locate overheating mechanical equipment, identify failing electrical components, and much more.
This technology can even help with a home inspection. It is an advanced process that is not widely used, but at If Walls Could Talk Home Inspection, Inc., I use infrared cameras to take a closer look at your house and search for any potential issues that are not visible to the naked eye.