Having a comprehensive home inspection is essential in the home buying process in Albany, Leesburg and Southwest Georgia. A large part of getting a quality inspection is making sure you have a thermal imaging scan included due to the high humidity level in this area.
A significant portion of the home and its major equipment are hidden by walls, flooring, and insulation and can not be seen. So how do you tell if major systems like your HVAC, ducts, wall cavities, electrical systems, and plumbing systems are working properly if you can’t see them? Answer: a thermal imaging inspection.
Sentry Home Inspection Services provides both basic and advanced full thermal imaging services for our home inspections. While our basic thermal imaging service is geared to scan the basic home component systems – our advanced full thermal imaging service covers the entire home envelope and can identify issues that are key to energy conservation and utility cost. We are professionally trained and certified in the use of thermal imaging. This service allows you, the homeowner and purchaser, to get a complete picture of the homes condition.
WHAT IS A THERMAL IMAGING INSPECTION?
A thermal imaging or infrared camera is essentially a heat camera that has built in sensor capability of detecting tiny or minute differences in temperature in the environment. The device collects the infrared radiation from objects in the scene and creates an electronic image based on information about the temperature differences. Temperature differences are displayed in various color ranges revealing hidden information that is essential to a home inspection.
WHAT CAN A CERTIFIED HOME INSPECTOR FIND WITH THERMAL IMAGING?
Thermal Imaging can find issues in homes that cannot be observed with the naked human eye. By using a professional home inspector who is certified in thermal imaging or infrared camera use, homeowners can get a more complete picture of their homes condition. Here are some of the major issues that our advanced full thermal imaging services can identify:
Electrical Malfunctions or Hot Spots
Dysfunctional HVAC Systems
Dangerous Venting or Flue Leaks
Heat or Air Conditioning Loss
Broken or Compromised Seals in Double-Panned Windows
Inadequate or Compromised Seals Around Entry or Exit Doors
Inadequate Proper Insulation
Possible Wood Destroying Pest Infestation
Presence of Intruders Such as Mice, Rats and Other Rodents and much, much more.
So if you have never had a thermal imaging inspection performed on your home or you are buying or selling a home, contact Sentry Home Inspection Services today to schedule your thermal imaging inspection. Let us give you the peace of mind that comes with knowing exactly what kind of shape your home is in.
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