Small Businesses: Diversify with Infrared Thermography Services, Save Your Business, Save the Country...

HERS should all offer Infrared Thermography Services.

It is all ways great advice for small businesses to diversify, I know it pulled our company through a recession and is solely responsible for us coming up on our 20th year in business. With home improvement companies and electrical contractors, the advantages of being a Certified Infrared Thermographer go far beyond diversifying the small business to gain long-term sustainability and an additional revenue stream. Infrared thermography training helps you improve your own work, identify and document IR thermal patterns caused by improper design, workmanship or material failure. The end result...

Save Your Customers More Money, Energy and make the Country More Green!

I like to say heroically ...  

Save Your Business, Save Your Country ... Save The World!

Offering Certified Infrared Thermography Services is not just beneficial to HERS and Electricians (and their customers),  identify IR thermal patterns and performing Energy Surveys can be very beneficial and profitable to other innovative companies like alternative energy companies, HVAC even pest control companies. Hopefully after reading this blog post and the various Infrared Thermography applications already outlined in the IR training resources referenced below, some of you innovative entrepreneurs will reply with even more ideas. I would appreciate you sharing. One Infrared Thermographer friend of mine in Oregon, after years of doing most infrared electrical energy audits, decided to think out of the box. He now uses infrared in the Veterinary/Farming field too, introduces his diversified infrared services with "Why pay for an MRI when an Infrared scan is cheaper, easier, and faster?" While that unique innovative infrared application does not have to do with home energy, it does demonstrate thinking out of the box. And who knows, reducing a cows intestinal gas problems may help the ozone, ha ha.

My point being, there are many ways to see a quick return on your investment in becoming a Certified Infrared Thermographer and purchasing an IR camera. To learn more and explorer the possibilities see Infrared Thermography Training & Certification pages at http://bin95.com/thermographer/infrared-thermography-training.htm

Looking forward to hearing your new ideas for infrared thermography applications.

Don 

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