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NACHI21030916 | HI13655 | Level 1 Thermographer | Commercial Pilot
The purpose of an infrared scan is to find hidden issues and catch them before they become a major problem. Thermal imaging is an advanced & newer technology that inspectors use to get temperature details about a home, and assess how protected against environmental elements the home is. With the use of our infrared camera, we can help identify moisture, insulation, electrical, HVAC concerns, and more.
Infrared technology is changing home inspections dramatically and protecting homeowners – or soon to be homeowners – from costly issues. Infrared technology is used to scan a home & see the various temperatures that occur within its inner workings.
A thermal camera is used to capture temperature images of a home’s surfaces, which is otherwise invisible to the naked eye. Thermal scans are a non-disruptive method of scanning a surface to find potential problems like heat escaping through cracks & crevices, frigid incoming air, or moisture that may be leaking inside.
We at Florida State Inspectors are certified thermal inspectors. When we scan your home, we’re trained to know what each area’s average temperatures should be. When a temperature deviates too drastically — too high or too low — we’re able to catch and identify it before it gets worse.
The temperatures captured by the camera are measured and calculated. The results give the homeowners or buyers a clear picture of the home and how that relates to its condition or overall efficiency.
Thermal imagery provides an immediate look at your home’s condition, without having to tear anything apart to see inside the walls.