How Infrared Technology Is Used in Home Inspections

 
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How does infrared technology improve the home inspection process? Listen to this expert’s explanation to find out.

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Did you know that infrared technology can be a useful tool during the home inspection process? It’s true, and we recently had a great conversation with Bob Cantu from A Handy Home Inspector to learn more about how this is the case.

Infrared technology makes it easier for home inspectors to identify hidden issues in a home, like leaks or displaced insulation.
Without infrared technology, such problems could easily be missed.
Inspections on new construction homes, in particular, can benefit from this technology. A property’s problems may not always be perceptible to the naked eye. If left unchecked, many of these deficiencies could eventually evolve into major structural or safety concerns.

Without infrared technology, certain issues can easily be missed.


The use of infrared technology helps ensure that this doesn’t happen, which is why Bob and his team offer this additional screening for no additional cost when you book an appointment with them. Better still, the next three buyers to book a home inspection with A Handy Home Inspector and mention “What’s Happening in Southwest Florida” will receive a free drink tumbler with the Handy Home Inspector logo on it.
So if you’d like to book an inspection with A Handy Home Inspector, simply visit their website: https://ahandyhi.com/.
As always, if you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give us a call or send us an email. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

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