Infrared Surveys for Building Owners and Managers

An easier way to find problems with your buildings.

Energy Efficiency

Building Energy Efficiency Surveys

Our company specializes in using infrared technology to improve the energy efficiency of buildings. These surveys can lead to reduced energy costs, improved comfort, increased property value, and environmental benefits by identifying problem areas.

Additionally, we use infrared heat and air loss surveys to identify and address sources of heat loss and air leaks. By doing so, we can pinpoint areas of insulation and sealing that need improvement.

Furthermore, we use infrared technology to monitor the performance of heating and cooling systems to optimize their efficiency. Therefore, by utilizing our infrared services, building owners and managers can enhance the energy efficiency of their buildings, increase comfort for occupants, and potentially increase the value of their property

Heat loss and air leak surveys for building efficiency

Heat Loss/Air Leak Surveys

Heat loss and air leaks are common and significant sources of energy waste that can be difficult to identify. However, our infrared surveys enable us to accurately locate and identify the cause of these leaks within buildings.

This non-invasive and non-destructive testing method can help prevent costly energy waste and improve building efficiency. Benefits of preventing heat loss and air leaks include:

  • Reduced energy costs: Buildings that are well-insulated and sealed against heat loss will use less energy to heat and maintain a comfortable temperature, which can save money on utility bills.
  • Improved comfort: Energy-efficient buildings are more comfortable, as they are able to maintain a consistent temperature and reduce drafts and other sources of discomfort.
  • Environmental benefits: Through reducing heat loss, buildings can produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions, helping to protect the environment and combat climate change.
  • Increased property value: Properly insulated and sealed buildings can be more valuable, as they are more attractive to potential buyers or renters who are looking to save money on energy costs.

A division of Stockton Infrared Thermographic Services, Inc.

Infrared building inspection in progress, with an infrared camera mounted on a tripod and pointed at a commercial building.