Thermal Imaging - Residential
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What is Thermal Imaging?

Thermal imaging is a method of mapping and analysing the thermal patterns emitted from the surface of an object. This is done by the use of an infrared camera which converts the infrared energy emitted from that surface into the visible spectrum and hence visible to the human eye.

Thermal Imaging can be used to:

1. Identify cold spots on floors, walls and roofs which may not be visible to the human eye.
2. Identify damp spots and condensation and areas which may be conducive to mould growth.
3. Identify ingress of draughts.
4. Track underfloor heating circuits and trouble-shooting.
5. Identify pipe leaks, building water leaks and carry out roof moisture inspections.
6. Identify areas of missing insulation.



Thermal image of underfloor heating circuit

A proper thermal imaging survey will not only identify faults but will also try to identify any and all possible causes for cold or damp areas and advise on solutions for same.

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