Infrared (thermal imaging) is a non-invasive technology that allows the inspector to show clients things about their homes or buildings that can’t be revealed using conventional inspection methods.
Energy loss, moisture intrusion and electrical hot sopts are the main uses of the camera.
Image shows where the vertical jack studs are conducting cold through the wall. The horizontal boards are a fire break.
This large dark spot indicates a cooler area than the rest of the ceiling. Further investigation is needed. The hot spot is a smoke detector.
Another cool spot along the rafter in a vaulted ceiling. The dark spots along the beam may be water as well.
Below and left of this window appears to be a lack of insulation in the wall. The square is a book that was leaning against the wall.
Dryer vent exhausting through the ceiling in the laundry room.
Popcorn the Beagle, sitting on the couch.