Buffalo Grove, Illinois home inspection explains why a Fluke thermal imager is used on every electrical breaker box we inspect. What is thermal imaging? It is where a technician takes photographs with temperatures. Most things in the world give or absorb temperature. We use this to help home buyers or sellers to see what possible issues are in their home.
The Fluke thermal imager is not only used in breaker boxes. The Fluke thermal imager is also used to tell if there are roof leaks, insulation issues, air leaks on windows, flashing issues and so much more. We use these Fluke thermal imagers on every inspection to provide the most state of the art home inspection possible for all of our clients. My clients that hired me for their home inspection in Buffalo Grove were extremely excited when they saw this camera at work. You can see a video of me doing a home inspection with a thermal imager at ~ http://www.pinnaclepropertyinspection.com/.
The first thing I do when I start the inside of any home inspection is turn on every light / fixture in the home to produce a loaded breaker box. Generally I don’t start to scan the breaker box for 2 hours after the electric is all turned on. This allows the circuits to extend to their full potential and allow me to see if there are any issues in the box that will require documenting for my clients. As you see in my main image that there where issues at the Buffalo Grove home inspection in the box at the main lugs. This is an easy fix for any electrician. Do not attempt on tightening the lugs yourself! This can hurt or kill you if not done correctly. You can see other issues on breaker boxes at ~ http://www.pinnaclepropertyinspection.com/thermal-imaging.html or http://www.pinnaclepropertyinspection.com/the-process.html.
As you can see the Fluke thermal imager is probably one of the best tools my company owns and employs for all home inspections. If you have other questions about our uses on Fluke thermal imagers please contact us at ~ http://www.pinnaclepropertyinspection.com/testimonials.html.
Thanks for stopping by. Jim Kolke