Moisture Intrusion & Potential Mold


Water that has entered a home because joints where not properly sealed is not visible to the eye until after the water damage has become extensive. Moisture penetration can also lead to mold and mildew problems. Because wet construction materials have different thermal patterns than dry, Infrared thermograms can show small amounts of moisture intrusion behind siding or inside walls and ceilings . Repairs can be initiated while the moisture problems are small and before the house become uninhabitable.

 

 

 

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...
Read more...


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.
Read more...


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.
Read more...