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Thermal Imaging Roofing Services in Canton

Henderson Roofing & Construction offers thermal imaging services to help you detect problems in your roofing.

What Is Thermal Imaging?

Thermal imaging cameras measure the amount of infrared radiation emitted from an object. This radiation is directly related to the object's temperature, so these cameras can capture the actual temperature of the object by measuring the infrared radiation.

Technically, thermal imaging cameras do not measure temperature. They measure only the infrared radiation. Then, they calculate the temperature based on the amount of radiation detected.

The camera’s detector consists of an array of pixels that convert infrared radiation into an electrical signal. This signal is then sent to a microprocessor that calculates the temperature.

Thermal imaging cameras can measure the temperature of objects in real-time, and you can use them to detect the temperature differences between objects. When the thermal imaging camera detects such differences, it can display them on a monitor or capture them in a digital image. The thermal imaging camera can also detect temperature differences between an object and its surroundings.

What Are the Different Types of Thermal Imaging Cameras?

There are many different types of thermal imaging cameras, including:

  • Handheld thermal imaging cameras
    Handheld thermal imaging cameras are the most common type. They are easy to use and have a variety of different applications.
  • Drone-mounted thermal imaging cameras
    Surveyors and other professionals use drone-mounted thermal imaging cameras to help them see from the air.
  • Vehicle-mounted thermal imaging cameras
    Law enforcement and military personnel use vehicle-mounted thermal imaging cameras to help them see at night and in other low-light conditions.
  • Helmet-mounted thermal imaging cameras
    Firefighters and other emergency personnel use helmet-mounted thermal imaging cameras to help them see through smoke and other obstructions.

Roofers typically use handheld or drone-mounted cameras.

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How Can Thermal Imaging Be Applied to Roofing?

Thermal imaging is commonly used in roofing to detect temperature differences on the surface. These differences may indicate a leak. When a roof leak occurs, water enters the roof assembly and comes into contact with the roof deck, insulation, and other roofing materials. This contact will decrease the material’s temperature.

By using a thermal imaging camera to detect temperature differences on the surface of a roof, our team can accurately detect leaks. Then, our bonded and insured technicians can get to work fixing the problem.

To schedule a free estimate for thermal imaging for your roof, call our office today at (330) 632-3377.

What Are the Benefits of Using Thermal Imaging in Roofing?

Thermal imaging can detect temperature differences on a roof's surface. Such differences can help our team detect even the smallest leaks. Then, we can fix leaks before they grow and become major problems for your home or business.

Thermal imaging can also improve energy efficiency in your building. You may have small punctures or holes in your roof. They may not collect water, but they are likely to let indoor air out or outdoor air in. By fixing these problems, we help keep your HVAC system from working overtime, saving you money on your electricity costs.

Furthermore, even the smallest cracks or holes can affect your roof’s stability. By using thermal imaging, we can locate and fix any of these problems, helping your entire roof perform better and last longer.

Our Thermal Imaging Process

The process starts with our roofer setting up the camera and scanning the roof area. Warm spots indicate areas where heat escapes, suggesting insulation problems or leaks. Cooler areas might show moisture intrusion.

Our professionals analyze these images to pinpoint problems like poor insulation, water leaks, or structural damage. This method allows for a non-invasive, quick assessment of the roof's condition. It saves time and reduces the need for physical inspections, which can be costly and time-consuming.

After identifying these issues, our roofers can address them more effectively. We can fix the pinpointed areas, ensuring the roof's integrity and functionality. By using this process, we can help maintain the roof's condition and prevent future damage.

For a free estimate on thermal imaging for your roof, contact our team online.

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