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Commercial Building Inspections Using Thermal Imaging

Commercial building inspections with infrared scans allow companies to see what’s really going on with their buildings structural integrity. The thermal image below reveals debonded stucco shown as orange areas on the slim green colored outer wall.

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Other building envelop issues that can be detected using infrared for building envelop inspections include problems resulting from moisture intrusion, insulation deficiencies and other energy losses.

Watch this video to see exactly how moisture is detected below the building’s surface using infrared thermography during a commercial building inspection.

Brady Infrared is one of the most recognized experts in Florida water intrusion problems having provided numerous building inspections following several hurricanes within the past ten years. Let Brady Infrared’s vast experience in this area help solve your water intrusion problems and track down your leaks.

Here is a great report you can download that describes infrared building system surveys when performing commercial building inspections. This report will provide you with many thermal images showing:

  • Trapped moisture in an exterior building wall
  • Moisture intrusion on a brick wall that has caused interior mold
  • and more…

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To learn more about commercial building inspections with infrared thermography for your building(s), call us today at 772-288-9884 or feel free to use our online contact form.

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