Latest Technology Used in South Hamilton Home
SERVPRO of Beverly/Cape Ann uses technology in the form of thermal imaging cameras, and moisture meters to take before readings, in process readings and after readings to make sure your water event has dried thoroughly to the IICRC standards. Thermal imaging allow you to see an object's heat radiating off of itself. Thermal cameras more or less record the temperature of various objects in the frame, and then assign each temperature a shade of color, which lets you see how much heat is radiating compared to objects around it. Colder temperatures are often given a shade of blue, purple or green while warmer temperatures can be assigned a shade of red, orange or yellow. The use of thermal imaging cameras can be a beneficial tool at SERVPRO when trying to find hidden moisture within wall cavities and building content. Our project managers are specialists in reading temperature differentials, which can help track the migration of water through brick walls, hidden insulation, and more!