What Is Thermal Imaging

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.

Since our profession is generally understood to be a non-destructive, hands-off business, there is great reliance of visual inspection, eyesonly, with minimal physical interaction. Thermal imaging is well suited to this mission. It is merely a means of extending our vision beyond what we can see with the naked eye.

Thermal Imaging Can Reveal:

Thermal imagery provides an immediate look at your home’s condition, without having to tear anything apart to see inside the walls. A thermal imaging inspection can reveal: