Infrared Thermal Imaging Inspections

This is what the area to be imaged looks like to the naked eye.

This is what the area to be imaged looks like to the naked eye.

This is what the area looks like using Thermal Imaging (blue/purple indicates that moisture is present).

This is what the area looks like using Thermal Imaging (blue/purple indicates that moisture is present).

Indoor environments can be compromised by poor insulation, poorly sealed windows and doors, inadequate or poorly sealed ductwork, or plumbing leaks. Thermal Imaging Infrared technology is a great tool in detecting and locating water and moisture in building materials, drywall, wood, window frames, baseboards, flooring and ceilings.

Infrared thermal imaging helps to identify water damage by detecting the difference in temperature between a wet area and the surrounding dry areas. More importantly thermal imaging will detect moisture issues that would not be visible to the naked eye. When moisture intrusion is located and corrected then further structure deterioration and widespread growth of mold can also be stopped.

With the use of thermal imaging equipment, RJF Environmental Consulting Services, Inc. can also detect and survey heat sources in attic, electrical panels, walls etc for HVAC and building inspections.

RJF Environmental Consulting Services, Inc. can use Infrared Thermal Technology for inspection of bearings on equipment, inspection of steam systems, inspection of electric motors, to discover loose or corroded electrical connections, to inspect furnaces, boilers, pumps, fans and compressors and to detect HVAC leaks.

Infrared Thermal Technology is successful in discovering the small problems before they turn into bigger ones.