A thermographic survey (also known as a thermal imaging survey) is carried out on commercial or residential buildings using state-of-the-art thermal imaging cameras. These surveys can help to maximise heating efficiency, conserve energy and reduce costs by identifying areas of thermal bridging, which can cause instability of a building’s internal temperatures. Thermal bridging forms part of the compliance requirement within Part L of the Building Regulations.
Thermography is a quick, convenient and cost-effective way to identify a range of possible building defects including:
Build Check thermographic surveys are conducted by UKAS accredited engineers, when a building is complete but prior to handover, in accordance with:
Our engineers will discuss any areas for potential improvement with the contractor on site with full reporting.