The preservation of a roof’s structural integrity is imperative for building safety. Routine thermal inspections on the floor can effectively spot early signs of deterioration and justify precautions.
One of the biggest concerns of property owners is their building’s structural integrity, especially in the roof area where it needs to withstand the test of harsh and unpredictable weather. However, even for the most experienced building inspectors, it can be challenging to detect minor issues before they deteriorate into something serious and obvious. By then, it could be costly to repair, and the building could be more susceptible to further weather damage.
Thermal insulation is one of the best indicators of structural integrity, because defective areas usually let heat escape or let moisture accumulate. Over time, places with poorer insulation will likely develop temperature abnormalities compared to other regions. A thermal camera such as the FOTRIC 340/320 can make thermal insulation conditions visually detectable and allow inspectors to spot structural issues at an early stage, which can properly justify precautions and make repairs easier.
With the help of thermal cameras, property owners can spot issues and take precautions at an early stage of their building’s structural problem. Regular thermal inspections can help mitigate damage from harsh weather conditions as well as prevent possible moisture accumulation.