You may have heard about having a thermal home inspection but you’re not quite sure if this is something that you should invest in for your home or not. So, you’re wondering what is a thermal home inspection? That’s why today, we want to talk about exactly what is a thermal home inspection and why you should seriously consider investing in one for your home. And, why now is the best time for you to do so.
So, What Exactly Is A Thermal Home Inspection And Why Should You Care?
Put simply, these are inspections that will help you to identify areas in your home that aren’t heating as they should be. With the use of an infrared camera, we’re able to see the parts of your home that aren’t where they should be heat-wise that you can’t see just by looking at them. And, while this may seem like something small and insignificant at times these small areas could be costing you thousands and thousands of dollars per year.
We believe that it’s worth having a thermal home inspection whether your home is new or older. This investment can help you to save thousands on your heating bill each year so it’s definitely worth the investment and something that you should care about.
In addition to discovering where you are losing heat in your home, this inspection can help to identify areas in your home that have excessive moisture which may be causing you to have mold and possibly even roof leaks. It’ll also help to identify any electrical problems that you have that may be causing you to have cracks in your foundation, structural issues, and even rodent infestations.
So, as you can see, having a thermal home inspection done for your home can help you to identify multiple problem areas in your home and more importantly you can know what solutions you need to fix those problem areas.
When Should You Book Your Inspection?
The best time to book your inspection is now. The longer these “hidden” areas in your home go undiscovered the more potential damage that they can do. If you’re considering getting an inspection in your home, that’s something that we can definitely help you with. To get in touch with us and learn more, please click here.
Is a thermal home inspection something that you’ve considered before? Why or why not?