Water infiltration (roof leaks located with recent rain fall within 24~48 hours)
Cold air infiltration
Excessive moisture in building materials
Stud / Joist / Beam / Rafter placement and structure
Insulation gaps, insufficient and unevenness
Electrical drops, panels, breakers, switches and wire connections
Heating and cooling duct placement, insulation, air leaks
Infrared imaging allows unseen problems to be found, which might lead to major problems down the road.
Home inspectors have trained eyes to see problems and areas for potential problems, however they can’t see everything. While a naked eye can see where a problem may be, an infrared camera can see exactly where the problems are, and can be a big advantage for new home buyers.
Infrared imaging can tell the buyer a lot about a house, and makes damage that may not have been noticed otherwise easy to find. It is a good idea for owners to have an infrared scan of the home before selling so that they can find and fix any serious problems.
While there is no guarantee that nothing will be missed during the visual inspection. Thermal imaging brings me one step closer to not overlooking anything.
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