Thermal Imaging Leak Detection London – Thermal imaging is a superior way of detecting leaks.
Infrared thermography (thermal imaging) is the most pragmatic and cost effective method to detect water ingress, leaks, subterranean materials and anomalies, and structural cracks in buildings and fixed structures, as well as assess energy waste, and mechanical faults.
Water Damage specialise in diagnostics, renovation and remediation, as well as thermal imaging analysis, thermal imaging water damage and leak tracing, and thermal imaging assessment for forensic purposes, both within the private and commercial sector.
Our qualified Level 2 Infrared Thermal Imaging Technicians and Water Damage Restoration Technicians provide crucial diagnostic information both on site and in the form of a supporting reports which assist contractors with their work, provide crucial information for insurance claims, and reduce overall costs, negating the need for disruptive inspection methods.
Thermal Imaging Leak Detection Surveys London
An infrared camera (thermal imaging leak detection survey) can show exactly where problems lie; by locating and monitoring thermal gradients, our specialists can preempt electrical, structural or mechanical faults, as well as track the extent of structural or water damage, which could be paramount to damage limitation. We are highly skilled in thermal imaging leak detection methods; contact us today for a chat about how we can help you locate your leak, whether it and underfloor leak, or roof leak.
Why use thermal imaging leak detection methods over other methods?
Other methods for leak detection, other than thermal imaging leak detection, may involve destructive works. With thermal imaging, we rely up on the temperature differences of structural materials vs the leak source/ water. With thermal imaging leak detection, we look at the density of materials with regard to their ability to emit energy or retain energy. The water an object is, the denser it is, and therefore the longer it takes to change temperature. Our thermal imaging leak finding survey, will track the dampest areas back to their source, and we can therefore get to the bottom of where the leak is!
I have been building houses for over 10 years and from time to time, new builds develop faults that can be tricky to trace. We brought in James de Miguel to provide us with a report on where we were going wrong with a rather complicated new build that involved a basement that was allowing water ingress. Within half an hour of being on site James and his colleagues identified the issues and provided the exact steps to fix them. Without his survey, I feel we would of been chasing our own tails for days if not weeks, trying to find out why we had so much water ingress. James has saved us time and money and we are very grateful that we found him.
I contacted James de Miguel after a recommendation from a friend. My brand new house developed a series of cracks on the exterior walls and after numerous failed attempts by local builders, surveyors and even the original architect, to try and identify the cause of these cracks I had no clue what to do next. Thankfully, James was able to identify the exact cause of the issues and handed me a detailed report on what had caused the cracking and the next steps to take in order to remedy them. I couldn’t be happier with the result.
I have been working with James de Miguel for a few years now and can honestly say that I have not come across a more savvy surveyor when it comes to fault finding. James is switched on, his reports are always on time and he has never failed to deliver. I would wholeheartedly recommend his services to anyone seeking a definitive answer as to what exactly is going wrong with their building. I now consult with James on all projects I undertake as his input is vital to the success of my projects. A big thank you to James and his team.