Do you suspect that your home may be missing insulation because of inexplicable coldness or draftiness? Are your energy bills high? Are some room temperatures harder to regulate than others? It might be time to get a Residential Thermal Imaging Scan of your home.
What is a Residential Thermal Imaging Scan? Thermal imaging scans detect thermal variations, defects and air leakage in homes by measuring surface temperatures on your home with infrared video and still cameras. These scans are also excellent for determining the effectiveness of your home’s insulation, and where thinning or missing insulation may be. No matter the age of your home, an infrared scan always provides beneficial and quick detection of any inefficiencies. Thermal imaging is often used in conjunction with the Blower Door Test. (The blower door helps exaggerate air leaking through defects in your home’s structure, which appears as black streaks in the camera’s infrared viewfinder.)