Infrared Camera Water Leak Detection Adds 10 New Cities-Thermal Imaging Scans Buildings roof leaks
Infrared Camera Water Leak Detection Services now in 20 U.S. cities. Thermal imaging scans aid property managers with leak detectors to find moisture Scans & roof leaks in commercial buildings factories apartments: solve leaks and moisture issues.
Infrared thermal imaging can greatly benefit property owners, managers, roof consultants and building inspectors in diagnosing possible causes of moisture issues with walls, windows or roofs. Even electrical problems can often be spotted by the careful use of infrared by a certified and trained thermal imaging technician.
Metropolitan statistical areas (cities) which recently added these services include: San Francisco-Oakland, Phoenix-Mesa-
Infrared Camera Water Leak Detection Services is closely allied to United Infrared Services, relying upon it for the training of any thermographers it calls upon to help solve building issues, such as locating the trouble spots in leaking roofs, determining why a building or home is uncomfortably cold or hot (often due to poor insulation), and even to spotting the cause of slab leaks and moisture within basements.
Their website is http://www.UnitedInfrared.com
Thermographers representing the company keep up to date with new developments in the industry, and many attend events such as the Thermal Imaging Conference, benefitting from the continuing education available there. http://www.ThermalImagingConference.com
Many of the thermal imaging technicians from this organization rely upon extremely high resolution infrared imagers, such as those manufactured by FLIR cameras.
The company can be reached toll free at: 855-677-7363;
The leak detection company provides its services nationwide, having previously established a presence in the ten largest city areas in the United States: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Miami, Atlanta and Boston.
YouTube features a number of its videos, such as this short animated video, on “The Infrared Channel”,http://youtu.be/