Thermal Imaging for Moisture and Water Leakage, Leak Detection Surveys
With the use of an infrared camera, moisture and wetness in our building structures and building materials can be identified long before major problems begin (if moisture is caught early). Infrared imaging is also invaluable for tracking down where an established leak might be coming from. It is highly recommended that you have a thermal imaging specialist out to your home or business if you suspect the existence of wetness or moisture.
- Locate/eliminate moisture and control mold growth
- Quantify moisture hidden in walls and ceilings
- Identify wet and damaged walls and insulation
- Use our full color digital images to show where water has penetrated
- Minimize loss by acting quickly to determine the extent of water intrusion
- Protect your investment
Indoor water or moisture can originate from many sources including breaks in a plumbing line, leaks in toilets and sinks, overflowed tubs, or broken dishwashers. Keep in mind that once there is visible water damage, like discoloration on walls, the damage will exceed the discoloured area. Outdoor sources of moisture may include the weather (rain, humidity, etc.), leaking hose bibs, air conditioner condensation lines, roof drains, and downspout or sprinkler system deflection.
Mold has existed in our environment long before the recent awareness of its presence in homes and businesses. The impact of mold on health is dependent upon the concentration of spores in the immediate area and the allergic effect on an individual. Potential health problems associated with mold exposure can take the form of allergic reactions or asthma.