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Did you know that up to 50% of your monthly utility bills can come from just running your heating and cooling system? Despite what those H.V.A.C. salesman might tell you, it might not be time to throw out that older heating and cooling system. We get calls all of the time from folks that have spent thousands of dollars on a new heating and cooling system but haven't noticed any sizable reduction on their home energy bills.
A thermal Imaging Inspection can quickly & easily help you make educated decisions about the steps you can take to make your home more energy efficient. In just a couple of hours, we can help pin point your home's most inefficient areas and make common sense recommendations on the improvements you can make to save you the most money.
We have all heard the saying that a picture is worth a thousand words. That's especially true when it comes to prioritizing those hefty home improvement projects. Don't you want to know what impact those improvements will have on your family's bottom line? Don't you want to be able to see the problems for yourself instead of relying on salesman? Don't you want to maximize your savings and make your home as energy efficient? Then a Thermal Imaging Inspection is right for you.
A Thermal Imaging Inspection is a quick and easy way to identify and visualize your property's most vulnerable areas. In just a matter of minutes you can see, with your own eyes where you are loosing the most money. By getting a thermal scan, we can quickly identify where those wasted dollars are going & come up with common sense solutions towards reducing your heating and cooling costs & making your home more comfortable.
Some of the most common problems found with a thermal scan are:
- Excessive energy use to to missing or damaged insulation
- Moisture problems due to leaks or condensation
- Poor H.V.A.C. distribution or performance
- Air duct leakage
- Identify thermal heat loss in building
- Locate potentials for mold growth
- locate radiant heating wires or pipes
- Identifying thermal bypasses in the building envelop