Infrared thermal imaging inspections are an optimal way to gain deeper insight into the condition of your home. General home inspections are limited by what the inspector can see, but a thermal inspection shows the inspector things that cannot be seen without the help of this special camera. All-Pro Home Inspections has the knowledge and experience to help buyers and sellers make real estate decisions, and our infrared thermal imaging inspections help us identify any existing or potential problems. Let us take you through the process of a thermal imaging inspection and show you how it might help you in your decision-making process.
What is a Thermal Imaging Inspection?
In thermal imaging inspections, our inspectors use a thermal camera to measure temperature differentials within your home. Infrared inspections can detect problems in between walls and other hidden areas of your home, as well as give a detailed overview of the entire condition of a building. These inspections can reveal hidden issues, such as problems within wall cavities, moisture intrusion, electrical faults, hidden roof leaks, missing insulation, and plumbing leaks.
When To Use a Thermal Imaging Inspection
If you suspect a potential problem in an area of your home that is inaccessible, a thermal imaging inspection may help you confirm that. With the assistance of infrared technology, All-Pro Home Inspections has been able to detect issues with moisture entry, leaks, overheating equipment, and more. The thermal imaging will help locate a problem that the inspector will then verify based on the findings and the evidence. We use thermal imaging to gain a better understanding of the scope of the problem.
Schedule Your Inspection Today
All-Pro Home Inspections offers complete home inspections, pre-listing inspections, new construction inspections, and more to help you make an informed real estate decision. As the largest inspection company in the southeast, we have completed over 25,000 inspections since 2008. Contact us at (615) 337-1277 to get a quote or schedule an inspection. We serve Nashville and the surrounding areas including Franklin, Brentwood, Hendersonville, Mt. Juliet, and Murfreesboro.