Infrared Thermography – A Solution for Residential and Commercial Owners
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Infrared thermography is a must-have inspection for any residential or commercial property as it can accurately diagnose and identify damage. Certified infrared thermographers can provide an estimate for repairs, enabling you to make informed decisions. Using heat sensing technology, professionals detect issues invisible to the naked eye and provide precise information to aid in decision-making. This non-invasive and non-destructive method can detect energy loss, moisture or water damage, and faulty wiring, saving you time and money in the long run.
Souffront offers a team of level II certified professionals with complete knowledge and expertise to help with your engineering and repair needs. Trusting in infrared thermography is an excellent way to evade long-term disasters and damages.
Safety First: Protect Yourself With Infrared Thermography
Infrared thermography is a valuable technique for early detection of problems in electrical systems, potentially preventing costly repairs and catastrophic failures. Our infrared thermographers can identify overloaded circuits and potential short circuits, as well as abnormal temperature changes that indicate serious issues. By monitoring object conditions in real-time, we can implement solutions to prevent sudden changes in temperature and ensure complete safety.
If you’re new to infrared thermography, you may contact us for a free consultation and learn more about our team and how we can help you identify and address potential problems before they become major issues.
Get Your Project Done Right With Our Experienced Team Of Thermographers
Our certified IR thermographers with Level II certification use the latest IR imaging technology to quickly and accurately detect hidden problems in your structure, such as moisture intrusion, electrical issues, and insulation deficiencies. With an infrared or thermal imaging camera, we can easily identify and measure temperature differences to promptly address issues before they become hazardous.
Our collected data or images help identify flaws that need immediate action, potentially saving you money on costly repairs or replacements in the future. Contact us for a no-obligation consultation to see how our team of certified professionals can provide an affordable solution to your specific needs.
Infrared Thermography Inspections By Level II Certified Thermographers
For electrical systems operating at 400 amperes or greater, an electrical infrared thermography inspection with a written report of the following electrical equipment must be provided as applicable or as otherwise indicated below:
- Control Panels
- Meter Centers
- Junction Boxes
- Automatic/Manual Transfer Switches
- Exhaust Fans
The infrared thermal inspection of electrical equipment must be performed by a Level-II or higher certified infrared thermographer who is qualified and trained to recognize and document thermal anomalies in electrical systems. They must also possess over 7 years of experience inspecting electrical systems associated with commercial buildings.
At Souffront Construction & Engineering, we provide infrared building inspections at the most reasonable thermographic inspection cost.
Our Infrared Thermography Inspections Comply With New 40 Year Recertification Rules
Infrared Thermography Inspection
Inspections are conducted based on requirements outlined
by ANSI/ASNT of the American Society for Non-Destructive Testing.
40 Year Ready
Thermography home inspection reports comply with
New Building Recertification Requirements
Level II Thermographer + Experience
Infrared Inspection Reports
Infrared house inspection reports will illustrate the field conditions and possible electrical anomalies present/observed.
Trusted by Companies and Homeowners Associations
Our Infrared Thermography Inspection Services Can Help Identify…
Electrical faults before they cause a fire
Overloaded and undersized circuits
Circuit breakers in need of immediate replacement
Missing, damaged, and/or wet insulation
Heat loss and air infiltration in walls, ceilings, floors, windows, and doors
Water and moisture intrusion that could lead to mold
Roof leaks – ice damming problems
Air conditioner compressor leaks
Under fastening and/or missing framing members
Broken seals in double-pane windows
Energy loss and efficiency
Dangerous flue leaks
Damaged and/or malfunctioning radiant heating systems
Unknown plumbing leaks
Why Choose Souffront?
Our Services Include But Aren’t Limited To
When inspecting a building’s foundation, we evaluate the walls for cracks or damage, examine the footing for any uneven settling or shifting, and keep an eye out for signs of moisture intrusions such as staining or efflorescence.
Our engineers examine the structural integrity of framing elements, which include studs, beams, and joists, while also verifying that they are properly joined.
We inspect the roofing materials for their condition and age, which includes shingles or tiles. We also check for proper flashing and sealing around roof penetrations, such as chimneys or vents, and verify that the roof has proper ventilation to prevent moisture buildup.
Our team evaluates the structural integrity of exterior and interior walls and also verifies that wall members, such as studs or blocks, are properly fastened and connected.
We focus on ensuring the safety and stability of flooring materials by assessing their structural integrity, whether it’s concrete or wood. Checks are conducted to ensure that the flooring materials are properly supported and securely connected to the subfloor or foundation.
The inspectors make sure to thoroughly examine the structural integrity of ceiling materials like drywall or plaster and also ensure that these materials are properly supported and connected to the framing members discussed at the beginning of our services section.
We carefully evaluate the structural integrity of the stairs including the treads, risers, and handrails. We also make sure that the rise and run measurements are proper, which guarantees that the stairs are easy to use while also being safe.
Balcony and Deck Inspection
We inspect every aspect of the structure, including the supporting members and deck surface. We ensure that all members are properly connected to the building and that there is adequate support to keep everything secure.
Our 4-Step Process
Initial consultationYou can call us at our contact number or send us an email. Our team will be happy to answer any questions you have and explain how we fit into the picture. This session will help us know each other better.
Scheduling & Inspection ProcessWe offer flexible scheduling, including after-hours and weekend appointments, to accommodate your needs. Our certified technicians conduct a thorough inspection of your building, equipment, or machinery, looking for thermal patterns and temperature variations that may indicate potential problems.
Analysis and ReportingAfter the inspection is complete, our team analyzes the data collected during the inspection and prepares a detailed report for you. The report will include an analysis of any potential problems or defects found during the inspection, as well as recommendations for corrective action.
Follow-up and MaintenanceIf any potential problems or defects are found during the inspection, our team works with you to develop a plan for corrective action. We also offer regular maintenance and follow-up inspections to help ensure that your equipment and machinery continue to operate at peak efficiency.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are the advantages of infrared thermography?
It can quickly detect water infiltration, air infiltration, mold, overheating, and more – making it a great choice for residential, commercial, homeowners association, and commercial real estate individuals. Use it to evaluate the efficiency of mechanical systems and to identify potential fire hazards. With infrared thermography, you can enjoy improved safety, efficiency, and peace of mind – all without large, costly repairs.
What types of equipment are used in Infrared thermography electrical inspection?
The following are the major primary equipment used:
- Infrared cameras and optics
- Thermal imagers
- Imaging software
- Temperature guns
- Surface thermometers
- Scanning pyrometers