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Being able to see through walls is usually something reserved for science fiction or superhero movies, but we’re able to do it with our thermal imaging cameras to inspect and/or verify electrical systems in commercial properties. While we always carry conventional tools to help us detect or diagnose certain problems, our thermal imaging cameras allow us to take such efforts to a whole new, non-destructive level. On this page, we’ll discuss more about the true value of using a thermal imaging electrical inspection, or infrared (IR), cameras for such purposes and what they can help us identify within a property. Here’s a closer look:

The Value of a Thermal Imaging Electrical Inspection

Thermal imaging can tell us a lot about the electrical workings of your property. Because the images that are displayed on the IR camera also notify us of heat and hot spots, an inspection with an IR camera can tell us if there’s anything that requires attention. Some of the key problems that we often identify with a thermal imaging inspection include:

  • Electric hot spots
  • Overloaded circuit breakers on the electrical panel
  • Open circuits
  • Loose or damaged connections
  • Improper wiring

By properly diagnosing such issues with our thermal imaging cameras, we can reach a solution faster than normal to ensure a property remains safe from potentially dangerous or damaging electric issues. What’s more is that our thermal imaging cameras allow us to see into areas that are often not easily accessed. Therefore, based on the footage that we capture, we’ll only have to access these areas if they absolutely need to be serviced. The same goes for working in wall cavities. Rather than guessing where problems are and putting holes in the drywall and other building materials, IR cameras help us pinpoint issues so we can work as non-invasively as possible.



You should never be surprised when your electrician delivers your bill. Before we perform services, we make sure to review your electrical needs and the proposed cost of those repairs. Our customers repeatedly report that our prices are not only competitive but also fair and honest. We never recommend repairs you don’t need, and we guarantee our upfront pricing principles.


Thermal Imaging for Inspection

Our IR cameras can also come in handy if you want to verify that the property's electrical system is working efficiently and up to code. For instance, many commercial properties are required by their insurance carriers to have an electrical inspection carried out at least once a year as part of a comprehensive preventative maintenance program. By using our thermal imaging cameras to inspect the electric panel and electric system, we can identify issues or verify a system that's in good working order. The images we capture can be included in a detailed report that we share with the property owner as well as their insurance carrier.


For more information on the value of using IR cameras to inspect electrical systems and diagnose electrical problems, contact our team of specialist electricians. We’re always implementing the latest, most innovative solutions to help us perform our jobs better, and thermal imaging cameras are tools that we’ve added for such purposes. Contact us today for more information about a thermal imaging electrical inspection and to schedule your inspection.
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