Thermal-based Water Damage Restoration Services
Thermal Cameras from FLIR Allow Us to Completely Detect and Clean All Water Damage throughout a Structure
We have now upgraded our technological weaponry to include high-powered, industry-leading thermal water detection cameras to an already advanced set of tools and experience. The new cameras, developed by FLIR Systems, Inc., allow our first responders to enter an emergency situation with the ability to detect water damage problems, hotspots in the home, structural defects, plumbing clogs, HVAC problems, and more. The technology allows one to virtually “look through walls and flooring” to capture the entire scope of water damage and identify all entry points that are causing the problems.
Quick Identification and Cleaning of Water Damage Restoration
In water restoration, completely drying and remediating an area damaged by water can be complicated. Water seeps and leaches into the smallest of cracks and holes, is absorbed by building materials (such as drywall), and can cross entire floors without the carpet showing any signs of water moving underneath.
With the idea that wet building materials and personal property can start to grow dangerous amounts of mold within 24-48 hours, missing any of this water during the restoration process can open the door to greater problems in just a few days.
What Our Thermal C2 Cameras Mean for Our Customers
By utilizing some of the world’s most complete thermal technology, our emergency responders can quickly and completely identify any and all water damage, allowing for the water extraction and drying process to start in much less time than traditional restoration companies can offer. Quickly addressing water damage increases the chance of saving more of your home and personal property. Virtually no water or moisture can go undetected with these cameras, which also lets our customers know for certain that the job is totally and successfully finished.