Phoenix EnviroCorp

Infrared Camera/Thermal Imaging Investigations

Phoenix EnviroCorp uses thermal imaging as one of several instruments to help identify air leaks and moisture that can promote mold growth. The infrared camera is a handy tool for efficiently scanning large areas to point out potential problems that require further assessment during an indoor air quality investigation.

Wet building materials (particularly those within wall cavities and remain wet for extended periods of time) are conducive to mold growth. Thermal Imaging can help to identify wet building materials within wall cavities, especially on large-scale projects.