Thermal Imaging was first used by the military for detecting the "bad guys". Today it's used for breast cancer screening, dentistry and other medical procedures. As an effective tool in building sciences, it has a vast array of uses. A hand held thermal imaging camera in the hands of a trained and experienced operator is a valuable investigative tool. The camera can detect energy loss, verify the integrity of a structure, prevent electrical fires and pinpoint water issues on a roof.
Cam is one of the only home inspector with a Thermal Imaging Camera in the area. He has been certified and offering this, add-on, service for nearly 5 years. It is recommended that the client attend the Thermal Inspection so that he/she can see the actual images on the camera and take notes.
With the FLIR Thermal Imaging Camera, for an additional fee, All-Tech can provide a fully documented report of the problem areas, including pictures.
\Once the client has their notes or an All-Tech report in hand, they can proceed with the necessary energy upgrades and maintenance, as per the evaluation.