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Look for the weaknesses of your new or old building

• Thermal insulation defects (insulating missing, poorly placed)
• Thermal bridges
• Leaks and water infiltration in roofs, attics, walls and under floors.
• Areas at risk of condensation.

IMPORTANT: even at temperature equal between inside and outside,

a good level 2 thermographer managed to find water in the walls of abuilding with a

high quality thermal camera

Infrared thermography is the easiest and fastest way to detect energy loss, humidity and electrical problems in buildings.
An infrared camera shows exactly where the problems are and 
helps focus inspectors' attention to correctly diagnose areas of energy loss.

Whether you need to restore a property following damage caused by damp, mold or fire,
you know how important it is to have complete and accurate information instantly available.

Insurance companies and claims adjusters need information quickly to begin processing claims.
Your customers need information to have their property restored.
And you need information so you can easily estimate and report.

From start to finish, the thermograph can help simplify your restoration and repair tasks.
Advanced features allow you to quickly scan large areas to assess what can be restored.


A certified thermographer with their thermal camera and other tools can help you identify water intrusion, spot moisture below the surface, and describe areas of dryness with precision and confidence.                                                             

Patrick Laperrière Level 2 thermographer and IICRC accredited

Water infiltration

Air infiltration in buildings

infiltration d'eau
We arrive, we analyze and we find 
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