SERVPRO of Ocala's owner, Greg Williams is seen here using a Thermal Imaging Camera to detect the difference in temperature in this glued down carpet. Once our drying equipment is in place and running, there is still the need to check every day to make sure the drying results are being achieved.
In decades past, the best way to find moisture in a home or commercial facility was to rip into drywall or to pull back flooring. This, of course, was an invasive way to find leaks and standing water. Today, SERVPRO of Ocala professionals can often use an infrared camera for water leak detection. Thermal imaging is basically using a tool to detect slight temperature differentials inside or outside of a home or business. The infrared camera used for thermal imaging creates a visual map that allows the user to pinpoint the exact location of leaks and moisture.