Infrared Imaging Inspection in Michigan
An infrared imaging inspection, also called infrared thermography, is done using a temperature sensing camera that works based on infrared waves. You are invited to go step by step with the home inspector. We will show you the camera screen and explain the meaning of the images.
The benefits of infrared imaging
Energy preservation - discover all points of energy loss from the house. Often we find sections of walls or ceilings with missing insulation, leaking doors and windows, and many other points of energy loss.
Water damage - discover all wet areas on walls, ceilings, and floors. Infrared imaging shows water leaks of all sources before we can see the damage with the naked eye.
Fire hazards - discover overheating electrical connections in the service panel, branch wiring, plugs, and light switches before they catch fire.
Heating and cooling - infrared imaging shows leakage points on heating ducts, the amount of heat or cool air arriving at every room register, obstructed or malfunctioning ducts and registers.
The infrared imaging inspection will cover:
Exterior - all exterior walls of the house, doors, windows, roof surface, and eaves.
Interiors - all interior surfaces in the house; floors, walls, ceilings, hallways, stairs, doors, windows, and skylights.
Electrical - service panel, branch wiring, power receptacles, light switches.
HVAC - furnace, heating ducts, registers, air returns.
We serve all cities in Oakland County, Macomb County, and Wayne County, southeast Michigan.
For your convenience Debit cards are accepted.