Infrared Technology in Building Science
Thermal imaging for residential or commercial use.
Thermal technology reveals repairs with ease. Using infrared cameras to visualize building science concepts and applications, owners gain physical evidence of problems before they become costly. Our systems save clients both time and resources with the implementation of building thermal imaging surveys.
Our infrared building diagnostics enables owners to identify various maintenance projects with ease. Now inspectors can examine areas for invasive presences such as fungus, insects, and moisture without having to use destructive testing methods. Thermal technology catches accidents before they happen. With these more accurate and fruitful inspection cameras, the repair process becomes quicker and easier.
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Infrared building inspections and thermal energy have transformed the building science industry. With our highly accurate systems, you are able to complete inspections of critical equipment and identify defects in a safer manner.
Unmanned Infrared Systems
Handheld Thermal Cameras
Infrared Cameras in Building Science
From roofs to electrical wiring, infrared thermography for building inspections is even easier with our cameras.Learn More
FAQ: Building Science
What can infrared cameras catch in a roof inspection?
Thermal cameras excel at detecting pest invasions, roof leaks, ice damming, and many other common roof problems on commercial or residential buildings. Unmanned cameras on drones help ensure the safety of your inspectors while upholding the quality of the inspection.
How can thermal cameras help with advanced building science?
Our thermal cameras are designed to complete infrastructure inspections and monitor advanced building science activities. Our technology can be utilized during the construction process by being added to drone systems or by enhancing visual inspections with a handheld thermal camera. These tools aid searching buildings for efficiency in energy, insulation, and water.