Roof Leak

An infrared inspection of a flat roof leak will reveal moisture intrusion. We provide documentation of wet insulation to be used for estimation and repair of roof leaks. Competitive bidding with documentation of a leaking roof will save you money on repair bills.

Wet insulation under the roof membrane is identified to locate leaking areas of the roof. Wet areas of leaking roof are marked so repairs are limited to only what is necessary. An infrared roof moisture survey will reduce flat roof repair bills significantly. Energy loss is also reduced when identified wet insulation is replaced.

Infrared imaging is a proven method for identifying and defining roof moisture problems. An infrared survey will enable you to develop a more sophisticated roof asset management program, make more informed decisions regarding roof budgets and will help you plan repairs. By using infrared thermography, we find the trapped moisture and mark the wet areas on the roof with marking paint, so that roof repairs can be made surgically – without the unnecessary expense of replacing the entire roof. This can save you a tremendous amount of money!

A roof moiosture survey of a flat roof will pinpoint wet insulation.  By using infrared thermography, we find the trapped moisture and mark the wet areas so that repairs can be made surgically. This can save you money because you may not have to replace the roof as soon. By marking paint directly on the roof, repair areas can be seen by anyone standing on the roofs after the survey is performed.

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As a United Infrared member, Campbell Thermography is committed to providing high quality infrared imaging and analysis in addition to maintaining consistent professional standards of reporting.



The following images are from recent flat roof inspections performed by

Campbell Thermography

This infrared inspection revealed wet insulation under the roof membrane.


This infrared inspection revealed wet insulation in addition to heat escaping at the black arrow.