What We Do
Thermal imaging has become increasingly popular in the field of predictive maintenance. It is well known that many mechanical and electrical items give advance warning of their impending failure. This advance warning in mechanical and electrical systems are typically indicated by heat and can be viewed through thermal imaging. Sophisticated infrared cameras are used to view the area in question and provide insight to the performance of the item by evaluating temperature variations across the surface.
Thermal imaging has also been found to be helpful in evaluating the performance of flat roofs and in many cases, saving replacement of the entire roof covering by identifying the problems areas so they can be replaced as needed. Many times, these problem areas can be identified before any indications of roof leakage are noticed inside the building. This same technology can be used in identification of construction deficiencies, plumbing leaks below foundations, and areas of inadequate insulation in commercial and residential structures.
At Inspection Masters, we recognize the enormous benefit of Thermal Imaging and provide this service to our clients. Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have as to how thermal or infrared imaging can benefit you. We offer this service on a nationwide scale, and in some instances, worldwide services are available as well.
Real Estate Inspections
At Inspection Masters, we realize that purchasing a home is the single largest investment that many people will ever make. With this in mind, we aim to provide you with the information you need to make a wise decision about your prospective purchase. Our inspections are not designed, nor intended, to make or break a sales transaction. Rather, they are intended to give you a general overview of the home pointing out things in need of attention. Since the future of many systems, especially those mechanical in nature, is often difficult or impossible to predict, this general overview is representative of the condition of the home at a particular moment in time - the day of the inspection.
PLEASE BE AWARE that who you choose to do your inspection is totally and completely up to you. If you are told that you can not use the inspection firm of your choosing, beware...someone may be hiding something.
Many of our clients have chosen to have us oversee their construction project and relay our findings to them. Typically, these inspections are performed just before placement of the concrete, just before installation of the drywall, and then when the project is ready for occupancy, but prior to closing to allow the builder time to address any issues that have come up.