Infrared thermal technology used in every Home Inspection performed By VEES Home Inspections
Since a general home inspection is a non-invasive, visual examination of the accessible areas of a residential property, inspectors won’t be opening walls and looking inside. Just like using a flashlight to see items in the dark, we use an infrared camera on all our inspections because it can help us see things that aren’t visible by the naked eye. If an inspector told you they didn’t own a flashlight or were going to charge more to use it, you would look for another inspector. You should think of infrared thermography the same way you do as a flashlight. When you hire an inspector to evaluate the condition of a home, make sure they are properly equipped.
It’s our opinion that if an inspector isn’t using infrared while inspecting a home, then they are only doing half an inspection.
Moisture is hard to see or could be covered up with a fresh coat of paint, VEES Home Inspection , Sees what Most don't see. Hire VEES in your Home inspection Needs, or moisture intrusion Inspections.
Moisture causes Mold and deterioration of building products.
Infrared can see hot and cold spots, below is more Imaging Examples on Energy losses , Moisture issues and hot Electrical Safety Issues that are hard to find without the aid of a Thermal Imaging Camera.