You never know what you will find when doing an infrared scan. (see our website at INFRAREDCLASS.COM)
John, late one night I was woken to a amazing rumpus on the roof, and then a loud human voice saying, HO HO HO…
So I jumped out of bad, seeing it was almost black outside, I took my Ti300 Fluke 60Hz camera and captured this one image only wearing just my skivvies in the freezing cold…
Realizing it was Dec. 25th I quietly returned to bed and feel fast asleep.
Mr. Johnson still reminds me every now and then to put on more under clothes in the winter.
On a serious note. John IR class are great. John himself a very good and qualified teacher.
Best of luck you junior thermographers. You are making a wise choice choosing thermography to combine with your home inspections routine.
Without doing a thermal scan I would have miss many moisture intrusions.
Good catch Roy.
One of my clients was scheduled to close a few days after Irma came through so they asked me to go back and scan the house for leaks. Good thing they did!
This is the condo I evacuated to. This window never experiences wind driven normally. Good thing I brought my camera with me.