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Choosing to hire a Chandler home inspector is the best way to ensure that you receive a full and detailed report when inspecting a new home. We are professionals who don’t only know how to check for possible damages and flaws, but we also use specialized tools that help us see beyond the fresh coat of paint that the seller has put on the walls. Thermal imaging is the perfect example of that. Our home inspectors use this technology to check for a variety of flaws, including moisture in walls and ceiling.

What is Thermal Imaging?

Even though the trained eyes of our expert home inspectors can pick up the tiniest details, there are some things that you just can’t see. Here is where thermal imaging comes into play. Our main goal when performing a home inspection is to provide the client with a detailed list of problems and possible issues that could lead to catastrophic damages. This is why we use expensive and professional hardware that lets us see what the human eye can’t.

Thermal imaging is an advanced, non-intrusive technology that allows our home inspectors to check for critical information that can represent if a home is dangerous. For example, thermal imaging in home inspections can help determine the moisture in walls and ceilings. The device will showcase the difference in temperature between a wet area and the surrounding dry areas of the wall or ceiling. Thermal imaging will also help us determine if the home has proper isolation or not.

Next-Level Plumbing Inspections

When buying a new home, inspecting the plumbing should be at the top of your priority list. If the house has ancient piping or damaged pipes, everything is headed towards disaster. On the bright side of things, this can all be avoided by hiring a professional Chandler home inspector to check for this sort of problem. By implementing thermal imaging, we are doing much more than simply checking for leaks or damaged pipes. This innovative tool makes it possible for us to find heat anomalies and determine what is causing them. Is it a leak? Or is it a broken pipe?

Home Isolation and Roof Inspection

If the walls of the home look thick, this doesn’t mean that it’s properly isolated. You also need to check what kind of material was used for isolation and, more importantly, the state of the roof. If you have a leak in your attic and the heat in your home goes away immediately after stopping the HVAC system, you might want to hire a home inspection service.

Through thermal imaging and special inspection techniques, we will be able to spot the heat loss and/or cold air influx in a matter of minutes. Contacting the professionals will help you save a fortune in the long run! Instead of waiting for leaks to cause significant damages, you can prevent it all from happening with a phone call at (480) 680-9320. If you have any further questions about the way we implement thermal imaging in our home inspections, you shouldn’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

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