Do you have a water leak and don’t know where it’s coming from? you might have a dripping tap, leaking toilet or weak plumbing. Whatever the scenario detecting a water leak is a very important and crucial issue, not to be taken lightly. Not only having a leak in your home waste water, a most precious natural resource, but it can also cause damage to your home if left neglected.
WFR bring order and peace of mind with thermal imaging Detecting moisture is essential to an efficient and complete restoration job. Water Floods Restoration uses state of the art digital Infrared thermography cameras as well as invasive and non-invasive moisture metering equipment to quickly and accurately map wet areas of your property regardless the complexity and size of it, multi units condo building, churches, industrial facilities residential, health care facilities. Infrared imaging detects the heat signature of wet materials and shows the contrast between wet and dry or less hidden wet areas.
IR infrared photography provides immediate documentation as well as post mitigation/remediation evidence of structural drying which in case of insurance claim it speeds up the process. Most restoration companies do not use thermal imaging due to the the extensive cost and training required for the procedure.
Checking for water leaks is not a difficult task:
All it requires is checking your water meter reading. If a reading is taken in the morning before going out, or at night before bed, basically, taken at a time when you know water in the home will not be used for several hours, the difference in the second reading, will determine if there is a leak in your home. Technically, if you don’t have a leak, both readings should be the same or very close to one another.