Infrared testing is essentially a non-invasive, non-destructive inspection process that uses thermography cameras. These devices gather temperature signatures that lie far beyond the range of visible light. Infrared analysis is used to help us detect problems before they become serious and become costly issues. If you are a property owner, property manager, real estate investor or insurance company, infrared testing adds an invaluable dimension to your inspection.

Infrared thermographic cameras produce images of invisible infrared or "heat" radiation and provide precise non-contact temperature measurement capabilities. Thermal or infrared energy is light which is not visible because its wavelength is too long to be detected by the human eye: it's the part of the electromagnetic spectrum we perceive as "heat". Thermography is the use of an infrared imaging and measurement device to "see" and "measure thermal energy emitted from an object. Unlike visible light, in the infrared world, everything with a temperature above absolute zero (minus 459 degrees F) emits heat. Even very cold objects, like ice cubes emit infrared. The higher the object's temperature, the more infrared energy is emitted. See what secrets the building is hiding from you.


Today, no one would argue that infrared thermography is one of the most effective proven predictive maintenance (PM) technologies available to quickly, accurately and safely locate problems prior to failure. Finding and fixing a poor electrical connection before a component fails can save you the much greater costs associated with power outages, fires and catastrophic failures.  Thermography can also often show leaks that may normally go unnoticed until it has caused costly damage.

What is Infrared Thermography and how does it work?

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What we see

Missing insulation in the wall decreasing efficiency of the home

What you see
No indication of any problems

What you see
No indication of any excess load on the circuits

What we see

A circuit much hotter than others could indicate excess load