Aerial Thermal Leak Detection
Alpine Thermal Imaging Systems in Oklahoma and Dallas Texas provide Aerial Thermal Leak Detection. Thermal leak detection for flat roofs is essential to finding the originating area of compromise to your roofing system. Flat roofs can have an abundance of defects and can leak for a variety of reasons, such as:
- Unprofessional installation
- Neglected maintenance
- Degradation of the surface
- Insufficient protective layers
- Climatic influences
- End of service life
In most cases, flat roofs are affected by excessive wind, dynamic shocks, permanent oscillating movements, and the lifting of unsecured parts. These areas are usually the original source of the leak.
When identifying the problem, a construction technical survey, (thermal leak detection) must be done to determine the actual cause of the problem. It’s a fast and simple way to resolve the problem of inspecting various flat roofs.
Call ATIS for Aerial Thermal Leak Detection
The method of thermal imaging for Aerial Thermal Leak Detection can identify the difference between a dry place and a place with penetrating moisture. Therefore able to fully identify where the moistures penetration site is. Depending on the construction of the roof it is possible to see large areas affected by moisture.
With thermal leak detection and thermal image inspections, we can identify the damage that can lead to economic, and other serious problems such as:
- Adverse energy cost-The dry part of the roof is cooled and heated slower than the wet part hence driving energy cost through the roof.
- Total Destruction-Roof condensation can and will destroy the entire roofing structure.
- Structural Damage-Because moisture can be trapped in your insulation, it can cause dry rot to the timber.
- Ceiling damage-Moisture creates a perfect environment for termites.
- Allergies-Due to the growth of bacteria, mildew, and mold, it can cause a vast array of significant allergy problems.
Call Alpine Thermal Imaging Systems for Aerial Thermal Leak Detection in Oklahoma and the Dallas Fort-Worth Metro Area.