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Infrared Thermography Inspection

Infrared Scan Inspections Jacksonville & St Augustine

What is

Infrared Thermography Inspection

Infrared thermography inspection uses infrared imaging technology that allows Inside & Out Property Inspectors, Inc. to show you things about a structure that no one can show you using other inspection methods. This infrared imaging produces images of invisible heat energy emitted from objects and systems in the building and allows us to see it in a picture. As we inspect homes in the Jacksonville and St. Augustine areas, we use infrared technology to find hidden problems that you may not even know about.  This is a non-invasive, non-destruction inspection that helps detect and measure temperature differences in the home.

Infrared imaging is a limited scan and most home inspectors are not Certified Thermographers, but the inspectors at Inside & Out Property Inspectors, Inc. are all certified in this technology.

Issues that thermal imaging can

Identify & Reveal

An infrared thermography inspection can help to diagnose the problem rather than merely identify the symptoms. It can sometimes, but not always, identify and document such things as:

  • Electrical faults before they cause a fire

  • Overloaded and undersized circuits

  • Circuit breakers in need of immediate replacement

  • Missing, damaged, and/or wet insulation

  • Heat loss and air infiltration in walls, ceilings, floors, windows and doors

  • Water and moisture intrusion that could lead to mold

  • Possible pest infestation

  • Hidden roof leaks before they cause serious damage to the structure

  • Air conditioner compressor leaks

  • Under-fastening and/or missing framing members

  • Structural defects

  • Broken seals in double-pane windows

  • Energy loss and efficiency

  • Damaged and/or malfunctioning radiant heating systems

  • Unknown plumbing leaks

  • Overheated equipment

Infrared Certified

The inspectors at Inside & Out Property Inspectors are Infrared certified through InterNACHI and have been trained to operate an infrared camera, collect quality data, and produce professional infrared inspection reports.