If you try to imagine life without electricity, you will quickly realize that virtually every building, facility or process in the industrial world requires electrical energy to operate.

Since it is imperative to have electricity available at all times, electrical systems must be inspected on a regular basis for potential problems that could lead to failure.

Deterioration is usually accompanied by an increase in resistance. This increase in resistance appears as heat, which can be “seen” by an infrared camera. In fact, high electrical resistance is the most common cause of thermal hot spots in electrical systems. As the resistance to the flow of current continues to increase, the temperature will continue to rise until a failure occurs. This is always costly and quite often dangerous.

Infrared thermography can play a vital role in identifying a wide range of problems relating to your electrical system including poor connections, overloaded circuits, load imbalances, faulty & mismatched or improperly installed components, and much more.

When built into a solid predictive/ preventative electrical maintenance program, infrared inspections have uncovered a multitude of potentially dangerous situations and have proven to be beneficial in reducing the number of costly and catastrophic equipment failures and unscheduled plant shutdowns.

Our Client Are:


✓ Home Owner

✓ Real Estate Agent

✓ Insurance

✓ Inspector

✓ Appraisal

✓ Contractor

✓ Engineer

✓ Architect


✓ Home, office, building, or facility owners / managers

✓ Schools, Hospitals, Offices, Restaurants

✓ Building and home Inspectors

✓ Real Estate Agents

✓ Insurance companies

✓ Appraisal

✓ Contractor

✓ Engineers and engineering firms

✓ Architect


Reasons To Use Infrared Scanning:

✓ Non-destructive Testing

✓ Very good results without changing the existing installations

✓ Low price for potential high saving

✓ Home air or water leak detection

✓ Find precise location of water leak

✓ Home moisture detection

✓ Leak and moisture detection in flat roofing

✓ Areas of heat loss within homes or buildings

✓ Insufficient insulation and voids

✓ Radiant floor inspection

✓ Abnormal heating of mechanical systems

✓ Abnormal heating of electrical components

✓ Reduce heat and AC cost

✓ Ensure proper functioning of electrical and mechanical equipment

✓ Reduce risk of fire