Thermal Imaging.

Building issues and defects can go undetected or can be difficult to diagnose without invasive and disruptive testing.

The benefits of infrared thermal imaging are the speed of assessment and its non-invasive therefore limiting disturbance within buildings and dwellings.  So whether you are looking to reduce heat loss and save money and reduce the building carbon footprint,  or whether the building has a specific issue which needs investigating, thermal imaging is ideally placed for initial assessment to identify areas where repair or improvement works need to be undertaken.

  • Heat loss
  • Air Leakage
  • Missing/defective insulation
  • Thermal bridging
  • Quality control of cavity wall insulation
  • Quality control of window installations
  • Water ingress
  • Flat roof leaks
  • Underfloor heating/pipework leaks

Mr Watson

Dear Mr Watts, Just a quick note to thank you for your hard work and efforts in tracking down the parts to keep our old boiler running, its fantastic to have the offices warm again. We have decided to see the winter out and then wish to proceed with your recommendations for the plant room refit.