My infrared camera detects shoddy installation of cellulose insulation in this concealed wall cavity above the door.
Thermal imaging detects insulation gaps throughout this attic floor
Infrared scan detects shoddy insulation application in outer ceiling cavities
This wall set-up looks great, until my infrared camera detects uninsulated wall cavities behind the flat screen television
Thermal imaging detects a wide insulation void throughout this upper wall
Thermally scanning an attic detects heat loss from the living area below
The builder disclosed that all the walls (in this rehabilitated home) were fully insulated. Not according to my infrared camera.
This is an exterior wall with no insulation issues. The structural member locations are clearly visible (with infrared) from colder studs conducting onto the interior drywall.
During the colder months, a perfectly insulated wall will contain cold structural members (see image above). In this home, the studs are warmer than the cavities. This is clearly indicative of "no insulation" behind
this particular wall.
This is another home with the same situation...empty wall cavities. This uninsulated wall is equal to leaving your windows and doors wide open.
The attic cavity above this particular ceiling was not accessible. No openings were installed for my inspection. That don't stop me from investigating further. My infrared camera has no problem detecting a shoddy
installation of insulation. The heat loss here would be significant.
This lower ceiling surface looks good visually, but my thermal imaging camera detects an excessive void
This newly constructed home had insulation missing in this corner of the room.
These outer ceiling cavities are allowing excessive cold air to enter living area
This wall looks fine until my infrared camera detects settled insulation
My thermal imaging camera detects more settled insulation
Infrared detects cold air infiltrating at lower left window framing and all outer floor cavities
A client inquired about ice damming on their roof. You can clearly see the voids at the rear portion of these two skylights. This void allows interior heat to escape and melt the snow on the roof above this
The soffit around this particular skylight contains recessed lighting that does not allow insulation contact (Non-IC lighting) per manufacturer. An upgrade to more expensive recessed light fixtures (allowing
insulation contact - IC lighting) are no option, in order to properly insulate
this type of ceiling cavity and prevent ice damming on the exterior roof
The stud cavities around this window were obviously not insulated.
Cathedral ceiling cavities are impossible to inspect visually, but thermal imaging has no limitations. My infrared camera detects missing insulation throughout one side of the gable. The heating bill here will be
The cellulose insulation in these wall cavities has settled quite a bit
More settled cellulose insulation. Infrared also detects heat piping behind this wall at the top right of IR image.
This area appears to be fine, but infrared detects missing insulation
This wall appears fine, but my infrared camera detects settled insulation
Thermal imaging detects cold air infiltrating the left portion of this wall
Visually, you see an open window, but infrared detects major heat loss
Infrared detects a major leak at radiant heating. System must be abandoned.
Infrared detects all sorts of inefficiencies at this gable (attic) ceiling
This wall appears fine, but thermal imaging detects missing insulation
You see a wall that appears fine, but infrared detects Termite activity
It's impossible to inspect radiant heating coils without my infrared camera
Visually...this commercial roof looks fine, but infrared detects a roof leak
This siding looks great, until I detect major moisture intrusion with infrared
Visually...this corner looks fine, but thermal imaging detects an active leak
Can you see anything wrong, visually? Infrared detects a leak under jacuzzi
This attic access looks fine, but infrared reveals inadequate insulation
Look great visually, but thermally, I detect inadequate insulation
Exterior wall appears to fine, but infrared detects efficiency issues
A re-hab inspection appears fine until my infrared camera detects improperly installed insulation