Buildings Surveys

We conduct thermal imaging surveys of houses, flats, stately homes, commercial buildings and industrial premises. Upon completion of a survey we produce a report highlighting our findings and include thermal images and digital images along with our analysis and recommendations.

Thermal surveys of buildings can be grouped in to 4 main types;

  • Residential / Commercial Heat Loss Surveys
  • Roof Leak Surveys
  • Water or Moisture Ingress Assessment
  • Building Compliance

Residential & Commercial Heat Loss Surveys     (More Details)

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Thermal bridging, air leakage and air infiltration are all ways in which heat is lost or energy is wasted. We highlight these areas and give you recommendations on how to improve the thermal performance of your building.
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Roof Leak Surveys     (More Details)

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By using high specification equipment we are able to locate and highlight leaks in flat roofs. This can save huge amounts of time and money often allowing clients to carry out minor repairs as opposed to mass renewal of roofs.
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Water Leak & Moisture Ingress Surveys     (More Details)

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We are able to locate damp, water ingress and trace sources of water intrusion within buildings easily and effectively without damaging any part of the property. We identified the cause here as a faulty end cap on the guttering.
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Contact Pixel Thermographics to discuss how we can help you and let us provide you with a completely free quotation by just giving us a few details.

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Issue of the Week - May 2016 - Week 4

We have located hundreds of flat roof leaks over years of carrying out investigations and surveys.

Leaks come in all different shapes and sizes and very often the ingress point (cause of the leak) is not where the client expected it to be. Our surveyors are highly experienced in conducting inspections and surveys to locate the source of water ingress.

The leak site shown in the image below is a typical problem we find on many roof systems and is a defect on the pointing around a lead flashing detail.

This particular failure was located just below an angled section of wall which was directing rainwater directly into the gap which was then making its way into the office below.

The leak had remained unsolved for 2 years prior to our arrival and we also identified 3 other water ingress points.

Issue of the Week - May 2016 - Week 1

A compressed air leak survey will locate all leaks on a site and once located we:

 Take Details of the Location and nature of the leak
 Individually number each leak
 Photograph the leak
 Cost each individual leak

A report is produced which details all compressed air leaks found and is issued to you within 5 working days.

The image above shows a leaking regulator valve body which was costing the client over £500 per year in wasted generating costs!

Thermal Imaging Survey - Issue of the Week - April 2016 - Week 4

Things are hotting up on the thermal imaging front (pardon the pun) and we have decided to keep the page updated with an 'Issue of the Week' section!

This week is a good old fashioned electrical fault identified during an electrical thermographic survey at a hospital which was picked up by Stuart Robinson.

This is a main supply to a distribution board where a loose connection was identified. The site engineer was on hand to carry out the repair as directed by Stuart. The second image shows that the repair has been carried out successfully and a major problem was averted!



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What is thermography?

Good question, take a look at our introduction and how thermography can help you.