Why put your trust in Advanced Thermal Solutions?
With our clients, we build trust through honesty and integrity. We are known among competitors and clients alike for our professionalism and affordability. All our inspectors are highly qualified, whose professional opinion you can have full confidence in.
Our Thermal home inspections in Oklahoma leave nothing to chance.
When purchasing a new home for the first time, buyers want to be absolutely certain that no hidden faults and safety hazards slip under the radar. While standard home inspections can detect the most common structural defects, a Thermal home inspection can take it a step further, ensuring that your new Oklahoma home hides no unpleasant surprises. At Advanced Thermal Solutions, we use top-of-the-line Thermal equipment to identify problematic areas in a property and make sure you have nothing to worry about.
What is a Thermal inspection?
A thermal imaging inspection (also known as infrared or IR inspection) uses non-invasive, state-of-the-art technology to generate reports not sufficiently covered by conventional visual or even physical inspections. An IR inspection report is just as important, if not more, than a standard home inspection report.
Thermal imaging works by detecting key temperature changes in a house and thus reveals areas that are or may prove to be problematic in the future. When performing the most comprehensive home inspection with thermal imaging in Oklahoma, our team employs advanced methods and relies on cutting-edge equipment.
What we focus on during Thermal inspections:
Where there are known energy efficiency issues, a Thermal inspection can be helpful when specifically trying to locate spots where insulation is inadequate. Air leaks may be felt by touch during a blower door test and noticeable temperature drops in certain areas may also be noted during the colder months.
During a Thermal imaging inspection, we will typically start with the following areas, or with any already suspected areas:
Light and electrical fixtures
Windows and doors
Attic, basement, cellar, crawlspaces
Plumbing penetrations and bathroom traps
Chimney flue and fireplace areas
Dropped ceilings and soffits
Visible areas of cracking between partition top plates and drywall
Utility chases and baseboards
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