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Why choose an infrared inspection?
You have probably seen a thermal imaging camera in action by Mike Holmes on
HGTV's "Holmes on Homes". The camera used in an Infrared inspection captures
thousands of temperature measurements per square foot, revealing far more detail
than can be seen using conventional inspection methods.
In buildings especially old buildings, moisture can be a daunting and costly
problem. In many cases a leak can be hard to find. Where a leak appears can
be a large distance from the source of the leak, infrared can see the path of
moisture without having to cut into walls and ceilings which saves time, money
and damage to the structure.
Cold and drafty home?
Rising energy costs alone justify an infrared home inspection. Simply put, a
"green" home costs less to run. An infrared inspection of the home can pinpoint
those areas, where heat loss occurs In winter and cooling loss in the summer.
The payback period for an infrared home inspection becomes shorter as energy
prices rise, knowing how and where you need to make improvements will
improve your home's efficiency and its personal comfort.
Homeowners can use an infrared home inspection to find issues and prioritize
repairs to meet their spending budget.
Ontario New Home Owners Warranty
A new home inspection can assist the homeowner to determine possible
deficiencies that are covered under the "Ontario New Home Warranties Plan Act".
This plan is provided by Tarion and outlines the warranty protection that builders
must provide by law, to their customers.