Missing Insulation in Ceiling 1- Courtesy of Fluke Corp 2010

Missing Insulation in Ceiling 1- Courtesy of Fluke Corp 2010

Gee... infrared makes the missing insulation in this dining room ceiling rather obvious, eh?

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Comment by Michael Stuart on November 3, 2010 at 4:28pm
Steve, Kilz.... now THAT is funny! If only it were that simple. This was a fairly obvious one to the thermal imager. It really gets a lot better than this!

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Comment by Steve Waclo on November 3, 2010 at 4:20pm
A coating of Kilz should take care of that nasty stain :-). All seriousness aside, did not realize technology could so dramatically expose shortcomings like this.Wow. I gotta get out of the house more.

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