Infrared Surveys for Building Owners and Managers

An easier way to find problems with your buildings.

Institutional

Institutional Building Surveys

Aerial infrared survey of an institutional building showing energy efficiency

(Schools, hospitals etc.)

Detecting Moisture Intrusion

Infrared technology can be used for preventive and predictive maintenance on institutional buildings through various surveys. One way is by detecting moisture intrusion, which can cause damage to a building’s structure and systems.

Infrared cameras can be used to identify moisture in walls, ceilings, and other areas of a building, allowing building owners and maintenance professionals to take steps to prevent further damage and mold growth.

Roof Moisture Detection

Infrared technology can also be used to detect roof moisture, which can lead to leaks and other problems. By using infrared cameras to identify moisture on the roof, building owners and maintenance professionals can take steps to repair any damages and prevent further issues.

Energy Efficiency Testing

Infrared surveys can also be used to improve energy efficiency in institutional buildings. Infrared cameras can detect heat loss, allowing building owners to improve insulation and reduce energy costs.

Aerial Surveys

Aerial surveys can also be conducted using infrared technology to identify potential issues with a building’s exterior. By using infrared cameras on an aerial platform, such as a drone, building owners and maintenance professionals can quickly and efficiently inspect the building for problems, including moisture intrusion and roof damage.

Overall, the use of infrared technology for preventive and predictive maintenance can help building owners and maintenance professionals identify and address potential issues before they become more serious and costly to repair.

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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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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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