Infrared Heat Loss Inspections
Infrared thermal imaging inspections can provide insight to what may or may not be installed behind your walls and ceilings.
Thermal Imaging Inspections in Portsmouth, Manchester, Nashua, Concord, Rochester, Laconia, Alton, Wolfeboro, Littleton, Plymouth, and North Conway NH
Eastern Vermont, Portland Maine, Western/southern Maine and Northern Massachusetts
Our Clients enjoy infrared electrical inspection because these inspections provides non-contact, non-invasive, and an effective method of evaluating critical electrical components within a building or industrial setting.
New England Thermal Imaging has helped many clients throughout New Hampshire, North Conway, Farmington, and Alton, Maine, Vermont and Massachusetts areas. Owning a building in Northern New England can be challenging due to our severe weather. Poor building practices over the last decade have produced buildings that are more susceptible to these weather conditions. Moisture problems along with heat loss/ ice dams top the list for problems to homes and commercial buildings in New England. Along with high energy costs maintaining a building can be expensive. We also offer energy audits with blower door testing for all of New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont and North Eastern Massachusetts.
At New England Thermal Imaging we are trained and Certified in Building Science Thermography. We know what to look for whether it’s a moisture intrusion problem, air leakage/energy issues or electrical concerns, and are able to determine if an anomaly is a valid issue. We have many years experience in the building industry in the fields of remodeling, inspections, new home construction and commercial property condition assessments. We take pride in our vast knowledge of how building components are brought together, add to that our experience in inspections and thermal imaging makes us the best choice.
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By viewing the different temperatures that appear in a room, IR cameras are handy tools for inspectors to show where heat could be escaping or where moisture is building up. When something is under zero degrees, it will offer an[...]read more
When completing inspections, IR cameras are used to determine what we call ‘apparent’ temperature. When it comes to temperature, there are a number of factors that can affect the result including emissivity and the weather conditions so the exact figure[...]read more
In recent years, we have seen tremendous advances in technology. Although infrared cameras have been around in some form for many years, they are now better than ever and are fantastic tools for inspectors looking to understand a building. Showing[...]read more
IR has a long history having first been discovered by William Herschel at the very beginning of the 19th century. As a British astronomer, Herschel was also responsible for the discovery of Uranus. When working with his telescope, he was[...]read more
When looking to detect where energy is lost, a process of thermal imaging will normally take place and this will pick up on; heat loss in doors, windows, floors, ceilings, and walls compressor leaks in air conditioning system damage within[...]read more
For the most accurate result to be yielded from an interior thermal scan, there are steps that the building owner should take. For example, simple steps like keeping furniture away from the walls and taking down drapes will affect the[...]read more
In most commercial facilities, there are very similar pieces of electrical equipment so we have created a list for you. Over the years, the NACBI has encouraged an all-inclusive survey for all companies but the decision is ultimately down to[...]read more
Within your organization, your electrical systems are essential and you would struggle to operate without them. Nowadays, most systems are more reliable than ever before but that doesn’t mean that nothing will ever go wrong. Sometimes, electrical connections can become[...]read more
In the inspection industry, infrared cameras are mainly used to gauge what’s referred to as “apparent” temperature. Because of the differing levels of emissivity of different areas and objects, as well as other factors that can influence data, such as wind[...]read more
Did a great job and found damages that enabled me to negotiate a new sales price with the sellers, saving me thousands of dollars. Thank you for the thorough work.
Reports are easy to understand, Thank you
Peter, thank you for help with my heat loss problem.