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FLIR (Forward looking Infrared) thermal imaging camera inspections

An infrared home inspection from Assurance Home Inspection Services, llc. can potentially reveal many hidden issues in a home. An Infrared camera used during a Home Inspection can be used to detect hidden water problems, roof leaks, areas of energy loss, and much more. Our professional services will provide you with the information you need to make educated decisions about the condition of your home and its systems. Whether you are concerned about possible leaks, an Infrared Home Inspection can help.

Home owners now understand the importance of infrared home inspection. From seeing what you are getting in a new home purchase, pre-post renovations, to finding current home problems in making corrective action determinations.
“Today, more and more home owners are becoming knowledgeable about infrared's benefits”
An Assurance Home Inspection Services, llc. Infrared Home Inspection offers advantages to the buyer or homeowner over typical inspectors who lack our Infrared Thermal Imaging Technology and Training. As a matter of fact, a very small percentage of home inspectors even use Infrared technology, although what we find using infrared imaging can potentially help you save hundreds, even thousands of dollars per year by possibly detecting moisture and electrical issues, roof leaks and more, before they pose a bigger risk to your property, personal or fiscal well-being.
Many problems relating to the home tend vary in temperature before they fail (a breaker overheating before failing for example), making infrared inspections extremely cost-effective, valuable diagnostic tools in numerous applications. Moisture detection (leading to mold in some cases) is often detectable with an Infrared thermal imaging camera, as well as electrical panel inspections that can detect potential fire hazards from bad connections, overloaded circuits and more.
Some of the benefits of an IR Thermal Imaging camera inspection:

  • Hidden roof leaks, before they cause serious damage
  • Electrical faults before they cause a fire
  • Overloaded and undersized circuits
  • Circuit breakers in need of immediate replacement
  • Missing, damaged, and/or wet insulation
  • Water and moisture intrusion that could possibly lead to mold
  • Possible rodent or pest infestation
  • Air conditioner compressor leaks
  • Under fastening and/or missing framing members
  • Plumbing leaks
  • Structural defects

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