Air Infiltration through Electrical Chase and Lighting Fixture-Courtesy of Fluke Corp 2010

Air Infiltration through Electrical Chase and Lighting Fixture-Courtesy of Fluke Corp 2010

The air will find a way in... and out.. of the house... but not always with the controlled ventilation we would prefer. That airflow can carry both moisture and heat... and not to places you may want either. Thermography is a great tool to help find those unexpected areas.

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