How Do Thermal Cameras Help Us With Your Water Damage?
Our SERVPRO of Farmington and Farmington Hills technicians are specially trained in Water Restoration and given a certification by the IICRC (Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Cleaning) to ensure the best quality of work for our customers. To go one step further, our technicians have been trained to use Thermal Cameras to detect moisture and temperature discrepancies in your home or business. IR (Infrared) Thermal Camera technology is a powerful tool for discovering the source of a leak, they are able to determine if there is lingering moisture behind a wall before or after a dry-out and even to able to combat potential mold growth.
So How Do IR Cameras Work?
When water evaporates, it cools the surface temperature. Infrared cameras identify temperature differences to locate potential water damage. Infrared technology visually displays qualitative thermal differences often caused by water damage. In short, IR cameras do not directly detect moisture, they detect temperature, and water is extremely sensitive to these fluctuations.
If you have or had a water damage and are concerned about moisture, call our SERVPRO technicians at (248) 427-1500!