Drying & Dehumidification : Thermal Imaging Scanning

Using infrared technology, thermal image scanning detects small temperature differences, invisible to the naked eye.

Every material has a unique "thermal signature." When moisture and temperature infiltrate a structure, this thermal signature changes.

Where There's Moisture, There's Mold

Thermal imaging is an excellent technology to help identify non-visible water damage in walls, floors and ceilings. Today, thermal image scanning technology is used for residential and commercial building evaluations.
As a front-line survey and destructive discovery tool, thermal imaging is a non-invasive, cost-effective testing tool.

Call the professionals at DSI today to incorporate Thermal Image Scanning into your building's preventive maintenance plan or to find that pesky leak without having to cut open walls.