Building applications for Thermal Imaging
Thermal Imaging can detect a leak in roofs.
Thermal Imaging services resolved a long running disagreement between tenant and landlord. The landlord agreed to completely replace the faulty elements of the roof after a visit by Detect-A-Leak.
Thermal Imaging is used to accurately detect leaks which may be behind walls and floors
Surface temperature differences in walls and floors make it easy to detect a leak in the home or office environment.
A mould problem was quickly detected by using a thermal imaging camera. This client spent some time and unnecessary money incorrectly rectifying the problem after a misdiagnosis, by repairing an exterior wall for no reason. The solution was a leaky shower tray in the adjacent bathroom.
Thermal Imaging can detect a leak in faulty wall and ceiling insulation, and detect a leak in poor ducting.