Inspection implies carefully evaluating a situation, objective, property, or anything which is subject to evaluation. Talking about a property- whether commercial or residential; a property inspection generally refers to the careful examination of the property so that you are fed with all the necessary information to make an informed decision about the potential property purchase. Some primary objectives of the evaluation process are to see whether the customer's requirements are met or not, highlight the problematic areas of the property & propose possible solutions to them.
Property snagging is a visual examination of a building or house executed by an experienced and trained professional who, with the help of specific tools and ailments, looks through the ins and outs of the house and the components associated with it. An inspection is non-invasive; hence, during the process, no part of the property is dismantled or tampered with. At the end of the process, he shall also present you with an inspection report with all the facts, figures and suggestions so that you can proceed with a fair deal.
Walking fairly through a property snagging process, since it is non-invasive, a property inspector needs specific tools to see through the walls and ceilings and find out the condition from within. For the same, thermal imaging or Infrared technology comes into the picture. It helps you see beyond the surfaces which otherwise cannot be seen through the naked eye.
Let's dig deeper into the context and understand what thermal imaging is and in which magnitude it helps a property inspector complete the evaluation process. An infrared camera is a pivotal element of property inspection; with which, it becomes easier for a professional to determine what's behind the decorated walls and ceilings of the property. With an infrared camera or thermal imaging, it becomes easy to understand what's going on in the inner parts of the surface and determine the damage level. It is considered the safest tool involved in the process as it causes zero damage to the structure and, at the same time, gives an accurate picture of the state of the property.
An IR camera is a contactless device that converts heat energy to electrical energy to produce a thermal image to reveal the hidden issues of the property. IR technology can help the professional property inspector identify moisture intrusion, overloaded wiring, energy, efficiency, plumbing leaks, missing insulation, air sealing issues, pests, and many other problematic situations. Often minute leaks go unnoticed, and eventually, it leads to moisture in walls and mould infestation in the house. But when there is thermal imaging to the rescue, even the smallest crack shall not go unnoticed. When identifying any pest- like sleeping animals, termites, or bee hives- thermal imaging will never disappoint you.
But can an Infrared camera be handled by anyone and everyone?
The answer is NO.
Handling technical tools is not a cakewalk. A thermal imaging tool is a high-tech equipment which, when directed by untrained hands, can lead to fuzzy data, misinterpretation of the findings, and misleading outcomes.
GTA Inspectors use thermal imaging technology as a crucial part of their inspection process for-
And that's why we say- You can count on us for accurate property analysis. Our high-performing infrared cameras have helped various owners get a hold of the hotspots of their properties in the past. So, get going if you are interested in extensive results, improved quality of service, and cost-efficiency in one place?
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