Need to check for water leakage/seepage in your home? Use our water leakage and seepage detection service.
Our experienced consultant can help you access your home using thermal imaging to detect water leakage/seepage hidden by concrete walls.
We specializes in detecting water seepage from the roof, ceiling, walls, pipes, ground water, etc or from wherever they are. Within the same day of the inspection, we can recommend you an appropriate course of action you should take to stop the water seepage. If you require a water seepage report, this can be arranged.
We use the latest state of the art technology to detect the water seepage in your home. We employ infra-red thermal camera (explained below) to scan your home for water seepage. With the latest technology and equipment, no water seepage can escape our detection.
Suitable for T.O.P home owners or anyone that required a detailed report on their water seepage problem.
Detect any water leakage or seepage problem before it turned into something too serious.
What is Thermal Camera and Thermal Imaging?
Thermal Imaging detects the thermal signatures of problems before they become a failure issue and allows for non-invasive analysis of a wide range of facility processes and equipment.
Thermal imaging is a non-invasive tool used in a wide range of building diagnostics and monitoring applications. Thermal imaging does not let us look inside walls. However, it provides information about the structures and properties of building materials. All building components emit infrared energy. Thermal imaging cameras make this infrared energy visible. Visualizing a building’s thermal properties aids in the identification of previously undetectable faults, often avoiding costly repairs and enhancing the energy efficiency of the home or building.
Thermal imaging is a valuable tool for meeting rising demand for energy efficiency in existing buildings. By identifying defects in a building’s thermal insulation and airtightness, thermal imaging can reduce heating and maintenance costs and improve the comfort of indoor environments.
Thermal imaging assessments focus on a building’s insulation and air sealing. These two characteristics affect many aspects of building performance including energy efficiency, ventilation, moisture intrusion, and general drafts and dampness. Thermal imaging is able to determine if insulation is in place and functioning properly. This is done by inspecting walls for characteristic thermal patterns associated with normal and reduced insulation performance.
Thermal imaging can identify sources and paths of air leakage. Air leakage is an important consideration when improving home energy efficiency because it can reduce the effectiveness of insulation and significantly reduce the energy efficiency of your home through direct air intrusion. Even with the recommended insulation levels, air leakage can account for 50% of a homes heat loss. Locating air leakage sites can be complex. While windows and doors are often the focus of air sealing efforts, typical air leakage sites include plumbing, wiring, chimney chases, duct work, ceiling lighting, overhangs as well as knee walls and interior wall partitions.
Infrared thermography evaluates the level of warming in low, medium and high voltage systems. Problems with connections and wiring are clearly highlighted as “hot spots” by the infrared imagery.
Blockages in exposed pipes and leaks in pipes hidden behind walls and under floors can often be quickly identified.
Mold and Moisture
It is often difficult to find the point of entry of water through a roof or wall. Visible signs of mold or moisture are often far away from the actual leak. Thermal imaging will highlight the moisture pathway.
Thermal imaging is able to detect moisture, mould and water damages in roof, walls and facades. Although the camera does not directly detect the presence of mould, it can be used to find moisture where mould may develop or has already developed. Humidity levels above 50% can provide sufficient moisture to enable mould to grow.
Why Use Infrared-Red Thermal Camera And Thermal Imaging?
The Infrared-red thermal camera is built for thermal imaging. Thermal imaging detects heat patterns. All materials on earth emit heat energy, in the infrared portion of the spectrum. Objects with a temperature above absolute zero (- 273° C) emit infrared radiation which is not visible to our naked eye. Unlike visible light, in the infrared world everything with a temperature above absolute zero emits heat. Even very cold objects, like ice cubes, emit infrared. Unfortunately, the unaided human eye cannot see in the infrared.
Thermal Imaging Camera enables us to see and measure heat. The Thermal imaging camera is extremely sensitive and has the ability to detect small temperature changes in a building and is a useful tool when detecting water leakage and seepage in the home.
Benefits of Thermal Imaging