Thermal Imaging services from Qualified Professionals


There are some issues that may not be visible to the naked eye. A thermal imaging home inspection can help you detect these problems and fix them before they get too big. If you need an infrared inspection near Abilene, TX, then consider contacting Morgan Inspection Services. We can provide you with thorough, detailed reports and outstanding service. Our goal is always to provide you with the sort of reliable assistance you deserve. 

Why Should You Get a Thermal Imaging Home Inspection?

With an infrared camera, we can often see details that the naked eye cannot see. Infrared cameras show differences in surface temperatures, and this can allow the inspector to see overheating wiring, roof leaks, plumbing leaks, and other things that cannot be seen otherwise. Infrared cameras cannot see through walls, or anything else for that matter – they do not give us X-ray vision. However, very often a water leak or an electrical issue inside a wall or ceiling will create temperature differences on the outside of the wall or ceiling that our infrared cameras can then detect. Many of these issues would not be discovered without the help of the thermal camera—at least, they wouldn’t be discovered until they become too big to fix. 

Get an Infrared Inspection Today

Morgan Inspection Services offers thermal imaging with all of our home inspections. Call us today to learn more about this service. 

We proudly serve Abilene, Stephenville, Granbury, San Angelo, Fort Worth and Brownwood, TX. 

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This is what it looks like to the normal eye.

With a thermal camera, we can see that water has gotten behind the siding because no kickout flashing was installed.

A normal looking bedroom wall.

With thermal imaging, it was very apparent that the shower on the other side of this wall was leaking into the wall.

What you see – a normal looking breaker.

With a thermal camera, it was apparent that one of the connections was overheating and needed to be addressed.

A junction of a ceiling and wall.

With thermal imaging, it was obvious that there was an electrical issue up in the attic that needed to be addressed.

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