Testing Energy Losses on Roofs and Buildings
Energy losses in private households are not directly visible to the naked eye. Thus, thermal infrared photography, called thermography, can be used to evaluate the energy efficiency of buildings and possible insulation failures in a quick and efficient way.
As heat tends to rise, roofs and covers in general, are more critical to energy saving. That’s why aerial shooting with drones offers a privileged view for energy auditing.
Also, testing of new plants, if accompanied by a complete thermographic report, is more credible and becomes a reference point for testing and planning any subsequent maintenance work.
Some of our works
|Heat losses from a roof with inadequate insulation.|
|Assessment of the contribution of private households to amospheric pollution (Quadrante Project)|