Thermographic Survey Example - Water ingress

Thermal imaging can be not only be used to find cold air ingress but also water ingress. Water ingress can be severely damaging to your building and create unpleasant working conditions.

The above image shows the internal effect of water ingress from a flat roof. The visual image shows slight staining and peeling of paint work. The roof had water ingress under the roofing material, which slowly seeped into the building. Thermal imaging picked up the areas on the roof which retained water and cost effective remedial work was carried out,
rather than having the whole roof repaired.
Blocked or damaged guttering can have a serious effect on the condition of the building. The above thermal image clearly shows water ingress around the incoming drainpipe and the extent of the damage. The guttering was cleared and the pipe-work was unblocked, which returned the drainage system to full working order.

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