Infrared Thermal Imaging Surveys in Midland, TX
At Texas Energy Raters, we believe in using the latest technology to our advantage. That's why we're pleased to offer infrared thermal imaging surveys to customers in need of property inspections in Midland, TX.
Getting You the Answers You Deserve
No matter what type of property you're looking to buy, it's likely to constitute a significant investment. At Texas Energy Raters, we can help you minimize risk by uncovering safety and structural issues with the building or facility you're seeking to purchase. Our infrared thermal imaging surveys utilize state-of-the-art technology to uncover hidden problems so that you can protect your investment dollars and bottom line.
At Texas Energy Raters, we pride ourselves on our thorough, dedicated approach to property inspections. So before you agree to your upcoming purchase, get the facts about the property you're looking to buy. Call Texas Energy Raters today to learn more about our infrared thermal imaging surveys and to schedule an appointment.
High Savings with Low-Cost Action
Organizations that implement energy-efficient measures outperform their competitors by as much as 10%. To remain profitable and gain a competitive edge, companies need to do more than just turn off unnecessary lights and adjust thermostats. They need to make energy efficiency an essential part of their business plan. By doing so, businesses lower their utility bills and help ensure a reliable energy supply.
Residential Thermographic Audit - What is Infrared Thermography and how will it help me?
Thermography is the use of an infrared imaging camera to see and measure thermal energy emitted from an object. Thermal, or infrared energy, is light which is not visible because its wavelength is too long to be detected by the human eye: it's the part of the electromagnetic spectrum we perceive as heat.
Infrared imaging equipment allows us to see what our eyes cannot. Infrared thermographic cameras produce images of invisible infrared or "heat" radiation and provide precise non-contact temperature measurement capabilities.
Nearly everything gets hot before it fails, making infrared inspections extremely cost-effective, valuable diagnostic tools in diverse applications. Commercial and Industrial firms have been using Thermal Imaging for some time to predict which of their critical electrical and mechanical components are likely to fail and to verify their building's energy efficiency. With the high cost of energy today, homeowners and small business' should also use Thermal Scans for energy savings, moisture detection (leading to mold in some cases), and especially for electrical panel inspections that can detect potential fire hazards from bad connections, overloaded circuits and more
A thermal scan or a home energy audit detects the intrusion of either warm or cold entering your home in areas that the insulation is either missing or damaged by moisture. For more information on residential thermal energy audits call Texas Energy Raters. Please be sure to include your contact information.
Thermograhic Commercial Energy Audit
The use of thermography is rapidly increasing as an integral means to inspect building envelopes, roofs, automated controls, building insulation, electrical distribution systems and moisture intrusion. Electrical systems have normal thermal signatures and abnormalities are easily detected as they produce heat through electrical resistance. The procedure is non-invasive; therefore, thermal imaging provides the safest means to troubleshoot high voltage systems.
Thermal imaging of process control motors, piping, thermal insulation, actuators and valves can detect wear and the need to plan for repair/replacement before it becomes an emergency.
Measuring liquid and gaseous levels in silos and tanks is a common use of thermography to confirm the accuracy of a tank measuring instrument or to calibrate tank monitoring systems.
The use of thermography in commercial roof inspections is almost instrumental in a comprehensive inspection. Thermal imaging will show moisture intrusion and allow for its proper repair before the condition affects other components of the building. Thermography is ideal for determining insulation presence and performance as well as locating air leakage and moisture intrusion. The principles and benefits of thermography work on existing as well as new buildings. Ideally, new construction would be imaged for conformance to the building specifications and to develop a baseline signature for future comparison.