Thermal Imaging

Thermal Imaging for Detecting Defects

The gallery below shows our thermal imaging techniques to detect defects beyond what the eye can see – ensuring you are the best informed for your decision making process.

Master bedroom northern wall above window.

This could be moved or sagging insulation.

Master bedroom east wall window.

Normal with no defects noted.

Deterioration to the joint of the timber sill was noted, this could be caused by a workmanship issue or condensation from the window frame. No moisture ingress was present on the day of inspection.

Middle bedroom upper level, west wall.

The dark areas in the second picture could be moved or sagging insulation in the roof area hence the thermal variation.

Middle level above exterior door in music room.

It appears there may be no insulation present above the door.

North western corner music room.

Normal with no defects.

Above exterior door to deck area north side.

The darker could be moved or sagging insulation in the roof area.

Exterior wall .Bathroom window heat escaping open window.

Normal with no defects.

Lower floor north east bedroom under window.

Normal with no defects.

Exterior south wall.

Normal with no defects.

Exterior north wall soffit.

Normal with no defects.

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