Worried about a heat wave in your house? Infrared inspections test for temperature variations on the surface of a home. This additional service to a home inspection can check for any temperature variations that may point to a serious issue with the home. AccuSpect Inspections has performed over 3,500 home inspections, and our team of experts is ready to help you make good decisions about buying or selling a home.
Common Problem Areas
Thermal imaging is a technology that shows if there are any temperature differences in a wall or other surface. Temperature differences are signs of potential issues in a home that cannot be seen with the naked eye, such as:
- Missing insulation
- Plumbing or roof leaks
- Hot spots in electrical wiring or breaker panels
- Any other invisible abnormalities that could affect a home
Necessary Solutions and Equipment
The process of thermal imaging is only as good as the IR camera itself. At AccuSpect, our equipment is RESNET-certified, meaning that we use a high-quality camera that meets industry-quality guidelines. Our inspectors have undergone professional training in the use of thermal imaging cameras, and they are trained to diagnose building conditions based on the results of the images.
Choose the Experts at AccuSpect Inspections
If combined with a full home or commercial inspection, an infrared inspection does not take any additional time. It will provide significant insight on the operation and safety of your home, for a minimum investment of time and money. To completely prepare for the home buying or selling process, ask for an infrared inspection from AccuSpect Inspections. We serve the Detroit area, including Ann Arbor, Monroe, and much of eastern Michigan. Schedule an inspection online now or call (734) 467-7328.