Above All - Ohio | Services | Thermal Infrared Imaging
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Thermal infrared imaging ("thermography") is another specialty service provided by Above All Aerial & Specialty Photography.
Infrared thermography is used for many applications, but the most common use is building inspections. A quick infrared scan of a building or home can reveal insulation defects, air leakage, and moisture infiltration - all of which result in wasted energy (and wasted money!). The energy cost savings realized by repairing the deficiencies that we find will more than pay for the cost of our service.
Below are some bullet points from an article on thermography by the U.S. Department of Energy. (Note that the article mainly deals with residential issues, but these points also apply to commercial buildings and businesses.)
Now that you've decided you could use an infrared scan, what sets Above All - Ohio apart from other infrared inspection companies? We're glad you asked!
Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions, if you would like to discuss your specific requirements, if you would like an on-site demonstration, or if you would like a free, no-obligation quote for infrared services (or any of our other services...).
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Whether your application is electrical, mechanical, construction / building related, or research and development related (or even artistic!) we can help! Above All - Ohio's certified infrared thermographer will work with you to ensure that we capture the right images for your application and then get the information you need out of them.
Please contact us to discuss your aerial or ground-based infrared applications today!
Interesting and Artistic Infrared Images
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