Brinks™ investigation personnel are professionally trained and certified to use some of the most advanced moisture, vapor, and water detection devices available.
By using non-penetrating meters whenever possible, it reduces destruction to your home's surfaces that require testing. However, when needed, penetrating meters and measuring devices are used to reach into materials when surface reading would be inaccurate. Additionally, moisture meters are often supplemented with thermal imaging cameras to provide the best possible measurements for mysterious moisture intrusions, vapor and water investigations.
We can scan entire rooms in, under, and around the structure in the home to determine if there is any sign of water damage or moisture present. Thermal Imaging Cameras lower the labor costs of determining moisture or water damaged materials by reducing the building materials that need to be removed to properly perform moisture testing.
Thermal image scanning can detect temperature anomalies in the building materials not visible to the naked eye which may be a precursor to a larger issue. The provided thermal images can be a great aid in finding and identifying moisture and water intrusion issues.