Worried that a visual inspection of your building can't "SEE" everything? Make sure nothing slips under the radar with help from Bayou State Inspections. Our team can uncover even the smallest of problems thanks to thermal scanning. Our state-of-the-art equipment can detect temperature differences throughout your building whether it's Electrical issues or moisture issues to detect slight temperature differences and identify leaks, water damage and more!
Schedule an appointment with the team at Bayou State Inspections by calling 337-988-9020.
Bayou State Inspections uses Infrared Thermal Scanning and Building Science Practices in all of our Building Inspections and has done so for more than two decades! We'll come to your home or building and use thermal scanning to detect:
Roof thermographers follow national standards or guidelines such as the Infraspection Institute Standard for Infrared Inspection of Insulated Roofs or ASTM C1153-Standard Practice for Location of Wet Insulation in Roofing Systems Using Infrared Imaging as the standard of reference to performing Infrared roof scans.
The new International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) has insulation requirements that can dramatically increase the cost to replace a roof membrane on a commercial roof. If the roof is repaired instead of replaced, then these insulation requirements do not apply, so repairing that leaking roof has a significant cost savings factor built-in. Using Infrared Thermography can lead to finding energy-robbing roof leaks. This can save hundreds of thousands of dollars on a typical job. Let TIP help extend the life of your existing roof and save you money!
If you manage institutional, commercial, or industrial buildings, Our building science inspections are specifically designed to optimize performance at your facility.
Whether it is predictive maintenance on low-sloped roofs or moisture intrusion hidden within the walls of your building; Infrared thermography as a non-intrusive testing method provides information allowing managers to make informed decisions regarding repair/maintenance of the building envelope.
Infrared Thermal Scanning is a useful tool to help determine electrical problems before they become disruptive to company production. Power loss can stop production and cause data and communications loss that could cost you weeks or months of setbacks.
Property risk management has clearly proven that regular IR Electrical Scans of electrical panels, disconnects, bus systems, and motor controllers will help reduce failure rates and provide important trending data for your electrical assets. This can also reduce your insurance costs making ROI instant.
Changing electrical components before failure, at regularly scheduled maintenance periods, can keep all phases of your company production, storage and office facilities up and running at peak efficiency.