Thanks everyone, and in regards to what Linus mentioned about needing Level II certification, it seems in Canada only Level I is required…Level II is recommended for more complex systems…
"The building HVAC system s should be operated under normal conditions or close to full load. For commercial buildings this may involve overriding the HVAC system controls.
Lastly, infrared inspections should only be performed by ASNT certified infrared thermographers who are thoroughly familiar with the system(s) being inspected. (Building science knowledge, either professional, technical or field knowledge for envelopes and roofs, electrician or electrical engineer for electrical and mechanical systems, etc.)
Electrical and mechanical systems should be inspected by accredited Level 1 ASNT thermographers and severity of faults and recommendations can be provided also by ASNT Level 1 thermographers but for more complex systems Level II thermographers should be requested to provide analysis of imagery.
Roofing assemblies should be inspected by accredited Level I ASNT thermographers and they also can provide recommendations for required cut tests to determine presence of moisture within the roof assembly.
Building enclosure assemblies should be inspected by accredited Level I ASNT thermographers and severity of faults and recommendations should be provided by Level II thermographers and professionals having training in building sciences related to design and analysis of building envelopes."