Thermal Imaging Cameras
Thermal imaging cameras are a great tool during the initial phase of a water job when moisture mapping is being done.
Thermal imaging cameras (also called infrared cameras) are utilized for inspecting and monitoring moisture in building materials. At the beginning of a water project, they provide a fast evaluation of the extent of moisture. They can show how water traveled throughout a structure, and many times they can indicate moisture that otherwise may have never been discovered. At the end of the project, they provide excellent documentation or proof that drying was successfully completed. Technically, thermal cameras do not display moisture images, but rather infrared images.
If you suspect water damage at your property, contact SERVPRO of Southern Washington County. 262.229.7522.