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infrared thermal imaging expert

It can be next to impossible to tell if you have unwanted moisture lurking behind walls or in the structure of your property without professional assistance. Highly Specialized equipment and tools are the best way to determine where the moisture is and the extent of the affected area. Super Restoration is the premier emergency and disaster recovery firm, and our service professionals have the equipment and training necessary to pinpoint damaged areas.

Infrared Thermal Imaging

When unwelcome water finds its way into your home or business, you need to know where it’s at and how to remove it. Untreated moist areas lead to warping, long-term structural damage, mold and more. Super Restoration uses specialized infrared thermal imaging cameras in our moisture detection process. Our cameras identify moisture content through a variety of surfaces, so we can clearly find the affected areas. Thermal imaging cameras analyze temperature differentials and provide a visual readout that our technicians are trained to read and interpret. From there we use moisture meters as further confirmation of moisture.

infrared inspections

Thermal imaging equipment allows us to work in confined and closed areas that are difficult to reach otherwise. We can test areas that tend to be overlooked or go unnoticed. Using infrared thermal imaging technology ensures all of our clients receive the most comprehensive and thorough assessment available. We then use this assessment to develop a plan to remove all the hidden moisture and mitigate the damage.

Super Restoration’s proven methods for damage recovery and restoration ensures that the areas are dried out and dealt with appropriately so no secondary damage of microbial or mold contamination sets into the drywall or insulation. Thermal imaging is a valuable tool we use to the benefit of our clients. When the job is complete, we assure you your facility is moisture-free and present you with a Certificate of Dryness.

Infrared thermal imaging cameras can be used for:

  • Plumbing leaks
  • Hidden roof leaks
  • Missing, damaged or wet insulation
  • Water damage
  • Storm damage
  • Other areas of concern