Atlas I.R. can detect energy loss:


  • Heat loss and air infiltration in walls, ceilings, floors, windows and  doors
  • Damaged and/or malfunctioning radiant heating systems
  • Under-fastening and/or missing framing members, and other structural defects that can lead to energy loss
  • Broken seals in windows
  • ​Air-conditioner compressor leaks
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ATLAS I.R.

Atlas I.R. is an advanced, non-invasive technology that allows the inspector to show clients things about their property that can’t be revealed using conventional inspection methods.  For something as specialized as a thermal imaging inspection, it’s critical that the information presented meets the clients’ needs for information they can use and act on.

The art of an IR inspection is to interpret the results as accurately and reasonably as possible such that the client is given actionable information in order to proceed with necessary repairs.


As with any type of inspection, Infrared (thermal imaging) can’t predict future conditions.  However, an area that is experiencing moisture intrusion which has been detected through thermal imaging can very likely lead to serious structural issues, or costly repairs if left unaddressed.


An infrared inspection can identify and document moisture intrusion, energy loss, and even unexpected hot spots.

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Atlas I.R. can equally locate hot spots in the including but not limited to:


  • Circuit breakers in need of immediate replacement
  • Overloaded and undersized circuits
  • Overheated electrical equipment and components
  • Electrical faults before they cause a fire
  • Electric motors

Atlas I.R. can detect moisture intrusion:


  • Hidden roof leaks before they cause serious damage
  • Plumbing leaks
  • Missing, damaged and/or wet insulation
  • Water and moisture intrusion around penetrations and at the foundation and building envelope that could lead to structural damage and mold.