Infrared Thermal Cameras for Pool Inspections

Using Infrared Thermal Cameras For Better Pool Inspections

 

Bergen County Pool Inspections | NJ Pool Inspector

Infrared Thermal Imaging Cameras are a growing commodity in the home inspection world. Many Home Inspectors and mold inspectors are using this tool to find potentially hidden issues that your home may face. When it comes to Pool Inspections, Infrared Thermal Imaging Cameras are just as valuble! This is why ‘NJ Pool Inspector’ deploys a ‘FLIR’ Infrared Thermal Imaging Camera in its inspections as a standard practice. For our NJ Pool Inspector clients, Infrared Camera Inspections are FREE of any additional cost. Here are some simple examples of why it’s a huge advantage when protecting, or investing in, a home with a swimming pool.

Infrared Thermal Imaging Camera Pool Inspection Examples

I. Verify Heat Flows or, A Lack Thereof
To verify airflow in a home through its’ heat registers turn on the heat (or AC) and then check walls and units around the house using an IR camera. Images will determine whether or not everything is working and in order. For instance, when a radiator doesn’t heat up properly or part of it stays cool the IR Camera images will show what a homeowner would otherwise NOT have known about the failed unit.
II. Ceiling or Paint Stains, Testing for Moisture 
An infrared camera can also be used to determine whether or not a ceiling stain, and the moisture that caused it, is active. While it is not the definitive test for moisture, logic would have that when a ceiling is proven to be the same temperature then it is unlikely wet or damp.
III. Insulation, Failed
Insulation can be an obvious use for an infrared camera. When insulation is missing or not installed properly, the use of an IR Camera is going to expose the holes. This also applies to hot spots or ice dams, mouse holes, etc. in attics.
IV. Electrical Issues
Electrical issues can be detected with infrared cameras. A heated wire, maybe frayed, will show heat and while it is not necessarily always a fire hazard better safe than sorry!
Thermal Imaging Infrared Camera Home Inspection Bergen County

 

Summary: Better Home Inspection With IR Cameras

And these are just some examples of big things your home inspector using an infrared camera might find during a home inspection. If you’re a homeowner, it offers peace of mind to know these kinds of details are being covered when Infrared Thermal Imaging Cameras are used.

 

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