Residential Building Surveys
(Houses, apartments etc.)
Infrared technology can be used for preventive maintenance on a wide range of residential buildings, including single-family homes, apartments, condominiums, and townhouses. This technology can be particularly useful for older buildings, where systems and components may be more likely to experience wear and tear and require maintenance or repair.
In general, any residential building that has electrical, mechanical, or HVAC systems can potentially benefit from the use of infrared technology. By using an infrared camera to scan the building and its systems, property owners and maintenance professionals can identify potential issues and take steps to prevent costly repairs and downtime in the future.
In addition to helping property owners and maintenance professionals identify potential issues, the use of infrared technology can also be beneficial for residents of residential buildings. By improving the energy efficiency of the building and its systems, infrared technology can help reduce energy costs and improve the overall comfort and livability of the building.
A division of Stockton Infrared Thermographic Services, Inc.
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.
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.
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.
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.