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February, 2011
White Paper:Chasing Water with Thermal Imaging by Peter Hopkins
February, 2011
White Paper:Demystifying the Art and Science of Finding Moisture in Buildings Using Thermal Imaging
October, 2010
Peter Hopkins of United Featured in Journal of Light ConstructionSolving Moisture Mysteries With and Infrared Camera
September, 2010
White Paper: Playing Hide and Seek with Mold By Greg Stockton and Rachelle Dobbs
September, 2010
White Paper: What to look for first when performing Building IR Surveys IR INFO 2008 Greg Stockton
September, 2010
White Paper: IRINFO 2009 Moisture Paper by Ray Olsen & Greg Stockton


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Why You Should Employ Infrared Technology to Detect Moisture

Infrared cameras are considered one of the most advanced and accurate tools known for determining and documenting moisture damage in buildings. Results are instant and the thermal images are easy to understand, share, and can serve as irrefutable proof in lawsuits.

Moisture Damage

Excessive moisture destroys structural integrity and creates huge, expensive problems like mold and mildew which can cause serious health concerns. Often, these problems are not obvious until it’s too late so if you can discover them early through infrared technology, you can save yourself a lot of money and increase your building’s lifespan dramatically.



Water Damage

Water Damage

Two big advantages of infrared thermography are that it’s non-destructive and unobtrusive. You don’t need people traipsing through your home tearing down sections of walls hunting for damage. With infrared, large and inaccessible areas can be surveyed quickly and efficiently. Moisture problems in ceilings can be readily seen even when no stains are present.

Moisture Problem Infrared
Moisture Problem Visual

Traditional moisture surveys are very time consuming, but with today’s cutting-edge infrared technology they can be completed in a fraction of the time. After performing a cursory survey, our MoistureFindIR™ thermographers can often make an immediate assessment.