Thermal Imaging

Flir thermal cameras quickly scan large areas to pinpoint water intrusion and allow the restorer to assess what is restorable without any damage to the surface. An infrared camera helps you pinpoint water intrusion, find moisture beneath the surface, and document dryness with accuracy and confidence. All infrared images are verified with the latest sensors and moisture meters.

thermal imaging for water damage repair

Before performing water damage repair, our technicians will perform an extensive inspection of your home or building with our state-of-the-art Thermal Imaging Cameras, to narrow down the source of the water (if undetermined) and to evaluate the extent of the damage. This technology allows us to visually see the path in which the water took and any hidden cavities of water behind walls or other difficult spaces most commonly missed by other restoration contractors.

Thermal Imaging vs. Traditional Inspections

thermal imaging water damage mold removalThermal Imaging allows us to detect the presence of moisture in areas where most restoration contractors fail to look. Traditional inspections performed by other contractors are based on suspicion and normally require extensive investigation which prolongs the process while damage may still be occurring. Time is critical with water damage, it is crucial a thorough inspection be implemented with accurate results, guaranteeing nothing is overlooked. Thermal Imaging does just that. It allows us to visually see the extent of the damage through the digital camera screen which gives us a road map to follow throughout the restoration process. So while other contractors would be mapping out a scope of affected areas, ECG is already attending to the damage correcting the problems and mitigating the restoration, saving you time and money.

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