Infrared cameras see very small variations in temperature, in a range that is not visible to the human eye. This technology allows us to inspect in superior detail and answer questions rather than assume or estimate the condition of your home.
Why is it important to you and your inspection?
Until now, a home inspector could only report on what they see, which can be thought of as about 33% of a house. That leaves a lot of possible problems uncovered. Infrared imaging captures an entirely different spectrum of information not visible to the human eye. This adds approximately 33% more information to you as a buyer and that's extremely valuable in your decision to purchase a safe and comfortable home for you family.
That remaining 33% can only be found by completely removing drywall and flooring to visually inspect and test every hidden component of a home. One day a new technology may be available to see this, and you can be sure we'll be the first to have it.
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