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Infrared Technology
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What Is Infrared Technology?

Infrared technology is when a thermal imaging camera is used to help you to detect the presence of something that cannot be seen with the naked eye, because a wall or obstruction is in the way. Different ranges of temperature, from hot to cold, can be useful in determining the presence of pests within the home in areas that you cannot detect with the naked eye. An infrared scanner provides that additional access that you couldn’t otherwise accomplish.

Types of Infrared Scans
LunsPro Offers the Following Types of Infrared Scans

Basic Infrared Scan:

All our professional infrared home inspection services include a basic infrared scan. It includes checking moisture issues, electrical hot spots, attic door insulation, exterior door weather-stripping and HVAC supply vents for any leaking air or problem areas.

Whole House Scan:

For an additional fee, our team can perform a whole house scan instead of a basic infrared scan, for a more comprehensive overview of how your home is doing. It can include checking you HVAC supply vents, attic door insulation, electrical hot spots, exterior door weather-stripping, moisture issues, interior walls, ceilings, windows, exterior of the structure, attic insulation, and a range of other potential risks around the home.

Why Infrared?

Why INFRARED from LunsPro is a benefit to you – The color infrared images provide tangible evidence for such things as:

  • air duct leaks
  • improperly functioning fixtures and equipment
  • the presence of moisture (roof or wall leaks)
  • energy inefficiencies
  • lack of insulation
  • massive pest infestations
  • electrical hot spots that may pose a fire danger

Read more about the importance of getting an Infrared Scan

PLEASE NOTE: Although infrared thermal imaging is a far better diagnostic tool than the naked eye, it does not guarantee 100% accuracy. Only the removal or destruction of components will achieve complete validation of the findings.