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Infrared Thermal Imaging


When unwelcome water finds its way into your home or business, you know you want it gone. Fast. You want to avoid mold, odors, and all the other problems that come with lingering water in all the wrong spaces.

The question is… “How do I know for sure if my building is completely dry?”


Infrared Thermal Imaging

The answer is Infrared Thermal Imaging Cameras.infrared_inspection_broward

These special cameras identify moisture by detecting temperature differentials. This provides a visual map of where your Super Restoration technician needs to look to confirm the presence of moisture or water damage with a moisture meter.

Each of our technicians has been trained and is experienced in using Infrared Thermal Imagining. This allows your team to quickly assess walls, ceilings and other building material for active moisture… especially in those “hard to reach” areas that could otherwise be easily overlooked. Using Infrared Thermal Imaging technology ensures you receive most comprehensive and thorough assessment available.

Infrared_thermal imaging_expertYour Super Restoration team then uses this detailed assessment to make sure all hidden moisture is removed so you don’t suffer any damage after the fact. The Infrared Thermal Imaging process ensures all areas are dried, preventing secondary damage of microbial or mold contamination in your drywall or insulation.

Infrared Thermal Imaging is not a drying tool. It does nothing to remove a single drop of water from your damaged property.
What it does is show your Super Restoration team where water is hiding when we arrive, and provides proof positive for the Certificate of Dryness you receive when we leave.

Thanks to Infrared Thermal Imaging technology, you know without a doubt that your structure is dry. You have complete confidence that mold, mildew, and unwelcome microbes have no hidden places to grow. And you know you are safe to breathe a deep sigh of relief.


Thermal Imaging (Infrared) Cameras can be used for:

  • Plumbing leaks
  • Hidden roof leaks
  • Missing, damaged and/or wet insulation, and
  • Water and moisture intrusion around penetrations