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Thermal Imaging or Infrared Cameras can be an invaluable tool during a home inspection that can save the home inspector time and consequently the home buyer money.

The infrared camera can be used to detect:

How can the Thermal Imaging Camera "see" these issues?Top

The Thermal Imaging camera does not detect temperature, rather it detects infrared energy that is emitted, reflected and possibly transmitted from/through a surface. Normally, a temperature difference is required to produce various levels of energy that the camera "sees". This difference in heat flow, as displayed by the thermal imaging camera can be interpreted to monitor a particular condition of an object or assembly. The physical change of state of water (evaporation) will cool the surface allowing the thermal imaging camera to detect his situation.