Thermal Imaging
Basics and Benefits

Infrared thermography provides the ability to locate a variety of issues that are unseen to the human eye. A Four Seasons Environmental thermal imaging audit allows us to reveal anomalies that in turn identify problems that costs facilities money every year in the following areas:

  • Building envelope
  • Flat and sloped roofs
  • Electrical components
  • Mechanical components

As part of the thermal images, the infrared camera can also record temperature measurements of target objects. The points of possible interest show up clearly as hot or cold in relation to their surroundings. This information is compared to manufacturer and industry standards for acceptable or unacceptable asset conditions by our Level II Certified Infrared Thermographer. A detailed report with recommendations for corrective actions is provided.

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Electrical panel
Thermal View
Thermal view of electrical panel
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Outside of building
Thermal View
Thermal view outside of building
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Roof top
Thermal View
Thermal view of roof top
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Motor
Thermal View
Thermal view of motor
Four Seasons Environmental, Inc's Level II Thermography Services

Four Seasons Environmental, Inc. employs Level I and Level II certified infrared thermographers to provide auditing and reporting for:

  • Building Envelope
  • Heat Loss / Air Infiltration Issues
  • Moisture Issues
  • Roofing
  • Mechanical Assets
  • Piping and Insulation Assets
  • Electrical Components