Thermographic Testing

Thermographic Testing

Thermographic testing is a method used to detect poor connections, unbalanced loads, and deteriorated insulation. GreenLight can also determine unnecessary problems leading to excess power use, increased maintenance costs, or catastrophic equipment failure result.

Thermographic Testing include:

  • Plumbing or draining blockages
  • Poor insulation
  • Damp detection
  • Roof damage
  • Roof damage
  • Air leaks

Importance Of Thermographic Testing

As a property owner, you are responsible for ensuring everything in your power to reduce costs and energy waste where possible. By conducting a professional thermographic test on your property, you can recognise how best to make your home or business place more energy efficient and less costly in terms of utility bills.

Requirement for Thermographic Testing?

For the accurate thermographic test to be carried out, a 10°C temperature difference between the inside and outside of the property must be achieved for a minimum of 24 hours prior to the survey if occupied and 72 hours if the property is empty. However, if the building does not have a heating system or non-operational heating system, temporary direct heaters may be utilised.

Thermographic Testing Result?

On conclusion of thermographic testing survey, the report will include all of our findings, as well as comments and advice from thermographers on any improvements and long-term strategies to be applied. From this report the seriousness of the fault can be determined, and corrective action can be taken.

Why Choose GreenLight

GreenLight has years of experiences in the energy efficiency industry, and we are on hand to deliver the very best bespoke thermographic test for your property. GreenLight will work with minimum disruption and you can be rest assured we will keep you up to date. Call us 0208 545 7225 to arrange your thermographic testing today.