Avoid Homebuyer Nightmares: Infrared Technology Allows Us to See Much More During Your Inspection!
Nobody likes ‘surprises’ when it comes to their home; especially when there is a "BIG" dollar
amount attached to those unexpected ‘SURPRISES’!
With Thermal Imaging Technology, we're able to help protect
you against hidden problems and/or damages, no matter if you're the seller, the buyer or even just a complacent homeowner
looking to make your home as efficient as possible.
Here's Why You Better Make Sure the Atlanta Home Inspector You Hire is Using Infrared Thermal
With Infrared Imaging, we're able to see what other Atlanta home inspectors can't:
Potential internal structural problems
Moisture (which can lead to the development of mold)
HVAC duct work leaks
and/or missing insulation
Plumbing and roof leaks
Electrical hot spots that can lead to house fires if not corrected
Heat loss and cold air infiltration in walls, ceilings, floors, doors, and windows
We're able to provide you with a more thorough home inspection
when buying or selling your home. We're also able to save you money by accurately identifying the source(s) of any underlying
issues (eliminating any destructive work to find the source), and determine any areas that could be more energy efficient
within your home.
We See Things That Others Cannot...
Infrared Thermal Imaging (ITI) is a non-invasive,
non-destructive way of evaluating conditions below the surface. This allows us to detect small, but crucial differences in
temperature throughout the house within the building materials. Infrared Thermal Imaging allows us to locate moisture
behind the walls, beneath the floors and above the ceilings. Moisture often leads to mold growth inside your home.
View Photos Below of a Typical Visual Inspection, And the Other Photo Done with Thermal
Plumbing leak at garage ceiling- not visible during typical inspection process.
Plumbing leak indicated by infrared scan (dark blue area).
Interior hallway in a newly constructed home appears to be insulated.
Infrared Scan Indicates Missing Insulation.
Air conditioning duct work during regular visual inspection.
Infrared scan indicates that cold air is leaking from duct work into attic (dark blue area).
Electrical panel during normal inspection process appears to be functioning properly.
Infrared scan of the panel indicates overheated electrical breaker & wire.
This is a fire hazard that would have been overlooked during a typical visual inspection.
Plumbing leak at shower liner is not noted during typical visual inspection.
Infrared scan indicates that water is leaking from shower under vinyl flooring.
Insulated windows appear to be functioning properly.
Infrared scan indicates that heat is escaping through failed thermal
seal (noted at lower right side window).
Infrared Scan is Included With Your Home Inspection When You Call to Pre-Schedule Your Appointment Today!
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to Schedule: 404-663-5955
At Keystone Property Inspections, we now have the technology to detect what no
one else can and believe that you have not actually ‘seen’ your home until you see it through the eye of an Infrared