Thermal Camera Imagery for Your Memphis Home
Memphis thermal imaging is used to identify the areas in the home of where moisture and water may enter. When used with a moisture meter, thermal imaging can find the existence of any presence moisture or water leakage located within a home.
A thermal imaging camera in Memphis will be able to measure temperature differences and translate it into a visible picture on the camera’s screen which one of our professional home performance contractors can then visually interpret. When imaging the interior of your home, wet or damp areas will have a different temperature to that of dry areas. When viewed on the thermal camera screen the wet areas will appear darker or lighter in comparison to dry areas. Using an infrared thermal imaging camera with a moisture meter will allow our home performance contractors to quickly identify and document the location and extent of water damaged areas without causing any damage to the home.
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