Faulty Electrical & HVAC Components

IR thermograms can identify potential electrical fires before they happen by looking for overheated areas in the electric panel.

The problem in the upper right corner was visible to the naked eye but the overheating in the lower left did not show up until IR was used. IR allows any inspection to be more thorough.


IR also can identify leaky duct work which increases energy costs. Problems with other HVAC components which affect safety and comfort in your home can also be diagnosed..


Recent News

The U.S. Department of Energy Recommendations
The U.S. Department of Energy now advises home buyers to get an infrared (thermographic) inspection before making a final purchasing decision...

Good Stucco Gone Bad!
When people don't know what they are doing you have good stucco gone bad. If your home, new or old has stucco you need to read this.

Problems Lurking Behind Bad Stucco
An article from the front page of the Kansas City Star digging into bad stucco jobs and what to look for.