Infrared Surveys for Building Owners and Managers

An easier way to find problems with your buildings.

Industrial

Industrial Building Surveys

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Infrared technology can be utilized for industrial building surveys to make preventive maintenance much easier and more cost effective. Examples of ways to use this technology include heat loss detection, identifying faulty electrical components, detecting water damage, monitoring building efficiency and much more!

By using infrared cameras to identify potential problems, building owners and managers can take steps to address these issues before they cause more serious damage or disruptions. This can help to improve the overall performance and efficiency of the building, as well as reduce energy costs and downtime.

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Moisture intrusion can cause serious problems in a building, including damage, mold growth, reduced air quality, and potential collapse.

Using infrared technology to scan walls, floors, and ceilings can identify hidden moisture and help prevent these issues.

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Roof Moisture issues can be found using infrared technology by detecting changes in a roof’s heat signature.

This can improve safety, energy efficiency, and air quality, as well as save money on costly repairs. It can be beneficial for property owners and maintenance professionals.

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Energy Efficiency can be determined by using infrared technology to identify areas in a building where heat may be escaping or where cold spots may be present.

The benefits of our surveys include lower energy costs, enhanced comfort, improved air quality, and a reduced environmental impact. It can also help reduce a building’s carbon footprint and contribute to a more sustainable future.

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Refrigeration system issues can be quickly and easily detected using infrared technology. This allows technicians to find issues without disassembling the system or interrupting its operation.

Surveys can also detect problems that are not visible to the naked eye and can be used to monitor system performance over time to identify potential problems before they become serious.

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Construction defect surveys can improve safety, save money on repairs, enhance building performance, and increase customer satisfaction.

These surveys can also prevent further damage and potential legal issues. Overall, this technology can provide a number of benefits for property owners and maintenance professionals.

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Aerial infrared technology allows for comprehensive and accurate building surveys from a safe distance, saving time and labor costs and reducing the risk of injury or damage to the building.

This technology can also save on equipment rentals and other expenses, making the survey more cost-effective.

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