Thermal Imaging Inspection
Heat-sensing technology allows your specially trained inspector to discover potential issues that would normally remain concealed.
Infrared thermography uses camera-like imaging to capture invisible infrared electromagnetic waves. IR imagers detect surface temperatures and render visual images of thermal patterns. Using IR thermography, All Atlanta Amerispec inspectors identify thermal patterns that may indicate air or water leakage, excessively hot electrical connections or insulation abnormalities.
5 Common Uses for Thermal Imaging
- Using this non-invasive thermal imaging technology, your specially trained inspector may be able to detect or discover a whole host of potential issues and impacts that may be left unevaluated during a general home inspection.
- Moisture detection
- Energy loss
- Electrical hot spots
- Reinspection of completed repairs to confirm the work of a contractor, technician or homeowner.
Have your own list of questions or concerns about the property you’re considering buying or selling, and Talk to the inspection company in advance. Or the inspector at the inspection. This will ensure that the clients concerns will be addressed and that any special arrangements can be made ahead of time.
Real estate agents should instruct sellers to ensure that all areas of the home are easily accessible to the inspector. For example, if the attic access point is inside a closet, all clothes and belongings should be removed for ease of entry and exit.
If you’re a homebuyer, it’s especially important to be present during the inspection, especially the last hour. By being there with the inspector and paying close attention, you’ll have the opportunity to:
- Have all of your questions and concerns addressed as they arise.
- Understand the condition of each key component throughout the house and property, helping establish a better understanding of the home and the resulting inspection report.
- Truly understand any concerns you may have about the Inspection findings that look worse on paper than they really are. Save time and avoid frustration by learning about the function of your new home. You may find out how the heating system works, how to light pilot lights, how to turn on various appliances and components, and where shut-offs are located. The inspector can also point out maintenance needs and procedures, and explain how and when to check on specific items that need periodic maintenance
Read your home inspection report thoroughly. If you have concerns or need clarification—no matter how minor the issue may seem—never hesitate to reach out to your home inspector to find out more.
All Atlanta AmeriSpec Inspectors are always willing to go the extra mile to help put your mind at ease. Whether you choose to hire All Atlanta AmeriSpec Inspection Services or not, please be sure to use a qualified, trained professional to conduct your home inspection. A home purchase is the investment of a lifetime, and you deserve to have complete confidence in your financial decision.