A thermal imaging scan offers a quick way to point the problem to your home’s electrical and heating and ventilation system. It gives temperature measurement and thermal sensitivity results with the use of advanced equipment. It can also show if there are overloaded devices and circuits and if the wire sizes are inadequate. The inspection is done in a non-invasive and quick way that cannot be achieved with a mere visual inspection.
Thermal imaging can even detect pests like rats because it can capture heat signatures.
Like any other equipment, thermal imaging scanners also have limitations. It can’t simulate or predict the future condition of the problem found.
An inspection usually takes a short time. For a small house, it only takes an hour or two. It could take at least 5 hours to inspect a building. After an inspection is conducted, the HVAC technician will give you a full report and interpretation of the images that were scanned. The report will also let you know if there are any concerns in your home, such as things that need to be repaired. You will even know if it is an urgent repair or if you can postpone it until a later time.
Even though having a thermal imaging inspection is expensive, it is an indispensable service that can help solve hard-to-pinpoint problems in your home. Call a heating and electrical expert today to know more about the benefits of thermal imaging scanning.