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Commercial Roof Inspections Using Infrared Thermography

This commercial roof inspection using an infrared camera reveals wet roof insulation that is not visible by the naked eye or even digital photography. The trapped moisture in this roof systems insulation is the bright yellow areas on this commercial roof. You will also notice in the infrared image below that the rectangular boundaries on the roof are the roof’s insulation boards located about 1-2 inches below the roofs surface.

Infrared Commercial Roof Inspections

Brady Infrared scans over one million square feet of insulation flat commercial roofs annually from a few thousand feet to several hundred thousand square feet. We have the right cameras and lenses to handle the most challenging roof surface conditions to assure that our clients are getting to most out of the infrared survey.

Watch this video to gain more insight on the process of an infrared commercial roof inspection.

Here is another great report you can download. This report describes infrared roofing system surveys when performing commercial roof inspections. This report will provide you with thermal images and a detailed explanation of how the technology works, including:

  • Infrared thermal imaging
  • Moisture verification
  • Areas delineated on roof
  • and more…

(Download PDF Brochure) Commercial Roof Inspections.

Aerial Roof Inspections

Brady Infrared also offers aerial infrared surveys on very large roof systems and follow-up these surveys with walk-on inspections to accurately locate and verify areas of wet insulation.

To learn more about how infrared thermography can help identify moisture in your commercial roof system, call us today at 772-288-9884 or feel free to use our online contact form.

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