Building Repairs & Fires
Without inspecting your building’s roof, electrical equipment, mechanical equipment, solar panels, envelope, and ensuring the health of your building’s visitors, you are exposing your business to a tremendous amount of risk, including sky-high equipment repair costs and fires in your building.
To avoid costly repairs and fires in your building you need Atlantic Testing’s infrared inspection services.
Premier National Infrared Inspection Provider
Atlantic Testing Services only employs expert, certified infrared technicians, uses the most advanced infrared inspection technology, and operates under the standards set forth by the world’s leading organizations. This is what makes us a premier national infrared inspection service provider.
Our infrared inspection services:
- Increase your building’s safety.
- Decrease your repair costs.
- Prevent fire in your building.
- Reduce the risk of catastrophic equipment failure.
- Reduce unscheduled downtime of your equipment.
- Prevent damage to your equipment.
- Increase your equipment’s lifespan.
- Decrease your insurance costs.
Infrared Inspection Services We Offer
Read below to find out which infrared inspection method is right for your property.
For the majority of roofing systems, infrared moisture inspections are the most effective way to locate and document water intrusion. They save you money by preventing unnecessary repairs and premature roof replacements.
Infrared electrical inspections quickly locate potential component failures of energized electrical systems so they can be safely repaired before major damage occurs. Facilities that use this service can potentially save millions of dollars a year by avoiding unscheduled downtime, equipment failure, and building fires.
Performing regular infrared mechanical inspections on critical building equipment is vital to the safety and performance of your building. You can save thousands of millions of dollars every year by preventing unscheduled equipment downtime, failures, and building fires.
Because of inconsistent quality from solar panel manufacturers and installers, testing your solar panels’ integrity is a must-do for any solar investment. Infrared photovoltaic testing quickly and easily assesses the quality of your solar panel installations and pinpoints any potential problems.
Infrared building envelope testing detects leaks and moisture buildup in your building’s walls, roof, and foundation that can’t be seen with the naked eye. If left unchecked, these intrusions are a major threat to your building and its inhabitants.
An infrared predictive maintenance program is a proactive approach to infrared testing that covers all of your infrared testing and inspection needs, allows you to spend less time and money on “reactive” maintenance fees and repairs, and greatly reduces your risk of fire and catastrophic equipment failure.
Prevent injuries and death for electrical workers and equipment outages with protective infrared windows.
Show your customers, employees, and tenants you are keeping them safe and help to stop the spread of COVID-19 with a non-invasive body temperature screening service for your building.
Infrared Moisture Detection:
Locating building roof and waterproofing building membrane leak locations.
Efficiently locating damaged roof and building membrane areas and assessing how much of a roof actually requires repair can make a significant difference in roof repair costs.
Typically performed for:
- Building maintenance inspections
- Real estate transactions
- New building enclosure commissioning
- Dispute resolution
- Roofing warranty transfer
- Insurance claims
- And more!
Thermographic Mechanical & Electrical Equipment Inspections:
Many building electrical systems require routine thermographic inspections for insurance purposes. Mechanical and electrical infrared inspections can contribute to a cost-effective Preventive Maintenance program ensuring equipment reliability and lowering maintenance costs.
Typically performed for:
- Reducing equipment damage and fire risk
- Increasing the effectiveness of maintenance personnel
- Powering PM & reliability programs
- Improving quality control