If you have a visible water leak in your ceiling or walls that we find is not coming from a plumbing issue, then the roof or windows would be likely culprits.

Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon at all for most general contractors and roofers to say “you need a new roof” regardless.  We know differently.  Forty years of experience in hard-to-find roof leaks have taught us that many leaks on sound roofs are caused by the original installation.

Our Inspection Technique

To ensure diagnostic and estimating accuracy, we use infrared thermal imaging.  Our process has proven to save some homeowners thousands of dollars on unneeded roof replacements quoted by another contractor.

We use infrared thermal imaging to find leaks stemming from, and certainly not limited to, roof and window leaks.

Infrared thermal imaging is a powerful tool that can be used to find water leaks by detecting the heat that is being lost from the home.  Infrared thermal imaging is very accurate and can help pinpoint the exact location of a leak.

How It Works

Infrared thermal imaging works by using a camera to detect the heat that is being emitted from an object. The hotter an object is, the more heat it emits. This is why infrared thermal imaging is often used to find leaks in roofs and windows. These leaks allow heat to escape from the home, which can be detected by the infrared camera.

Once the location of the leak has been identified, it can be repaired quickly and easily. This can save homeowners a lot of time and money on repairs. In addition, infrared thermal imaging can help to prevent further damage to the home. By identifying leaks early on, homeowners can take steps to prevent them from getting worse.

If you are concerned about a leak or the condition of your roof or windows, contact us today to schedule an infrared thermal imaging inspection. We can help you to identify any leaks that may be present and provide you with the information you need to make informed decisions about your home.