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Elliott Home Inspections, Inc
"Infrared Thermal Imaging" (Thermography)
Infrared Thermography Certified
Home Inspections may include the use of "Infrared Thermal Imaging".
Infrared Thermal Imaging is non-invasive and is used to identify surface temperature anomalies. Infrared cameras function by "reading" the infrared part of the light spectrum. Infrared is not visible to the human eye. An infrared instrument is "seeing" the varying degrees of infrared light "absorbtion and reflection" off of the subject surface. For example, issues such as: Moisture intrusion from leaks or condensation are looked for. "Hot spots" from electrical problems and heating or cooling losses may be identified. Please watch this included video to learn more about Infrared Thermal Imaging.
Consumer's Guide to Infrared Thermography
InterNACHI's John McKenna explains to consumers and agents the advantages of hiring an Infrared Certified® Inspector.
"Inspected Once, Inspected Right!"®
Evan D. Elliott, CPI. InterNACHI Certifications.
Certifications acquired through home inspector training from InterNACHI