Brady Infrared Building Inspections

40-Year Building Inspections

40-Year Building Inspections

Florida Building Re-certification Inspections - Electrical

Brady Infrared, the premier infrared inspection company in Florida since 2001,can help you navigate through the infrared requirements set forth by Florida Building Re-Certification requirements.

We are a “Turn-Key” option for engineering companies and their clients for the following inspection services:

Our Level-II and Level-III thermographers, all with over 7 years of experience inspecting commercial buildings electrical systems, deliver professional reports that have an excellent track record of passing through the re-certification review and approval process.

Reports include:

Risks Involved with Infrared Inspection of Electrical Systems

OSHA and the National Fire Protection Agency consider arc-flash the number one risk when working on energized electrical equipment. An arc-flash occurs when phase to phase or phase to ground contact is made resulting in a powerful blast containing molten metal and temperatures hotter than the sun.

Arc-flash risks are the highest while removing and re-installing electrical panel covers during an infrared inspection. We find that a lot of panels have broken fasteners and loose components that require extreme care and proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) when handling them. Our trained and experienced inspection teams understand these risks and strive to make infrared inspections as safe as possible.

Brady Infrared works with licensed electricians to safely access your aging electrical equipment. Our inspection teams are trained and certified in arc-flash hazards, wear the proper protective arc-flash equipment, and have the knowledge and experience to safely access and work on older electrical systems.


Open your eyes to unseen electrical, mechanical, and building moisture vulnerabilities. Brady Infrared can help you identify your highest-priority maintenance needs.


(772) 288-9884

2845 SE Monroe St, Stuart, FL 34997