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HOW THERMAL IMAGING WORKS
The infrared camera scans the building, using heat differential to find moisture, construction defects, and heat energy loss. Since water holds its temperature longer than most building materials or the air, it is easily found by the camera’s state of the art sensors. Thermal imaging can also track moisture to its source, eliminating the need to rip apart ceilings, walls, or floors to find the cause of the problem.
The pictures below show the moisture (blue) from a roof leak that is not otherwise visible on an office wall. In this instance the customer saved thousands of dollars in repair costs because the problem was found quickly with thermal imaging.
WHEN TO USE THERMAL IMAGING
Thermal imaging is extremely effective in the following situations:
Locating hidden moisture intrusions in a building
Determining whether building materials are truly dry after flooding
Determining the extent of water damage
Obtaining visual evidence of moisture or construction flaws for legal purposes
Finding points of energy loss in a building
Preventative maintenance for a home
Home inspection before purchasing a home
MAS Labs’ Thermal Imaging Inspection Report includes side–by–side thermal and visual pictures, as well as interpretations of any problems found and recommendations to correct them. Your thermographer will review your report with you by phone and answer any questions you may have.
Do not play the guessing game! Call MAS Labs today to help locate your hidden moisture problem with infrared technology!
MAS Laboratories Thermal Imaging for Mold Detection & Moisture Problems