Everyday, people talk about their homes, and topics like insulation, heating and cooling expense have become common themes among neighbors. Frankly, loss of heat in a home costs money in excess energy bills, something every homeowners and renter tries to get a handle on, but it’s not easy to locate where heat escapes or is generated.
Seek the thermal imaging camera can find the areas in a building that produce heat and locate the areas where heat is being lost. This technology has made its way to the public’s hands, thanks to the smartphone in your hand.
By using your smartphone, you can use the thermal sensors to find areas in your home that produce the most electricity and heat, and in this way you can locate areas that are overusing electricity, or that are losing too much heat. These can include coils, fans, compressors and electrical connections, or damaged ductwork; loose seals around doors, windows or between the roof and walls.
You can clearly view the thermal infrared images of your home by day or at night, and the detection range of the sensors can be anywhere from a few inches to as much as a thousand feet. While this kind of technology was only accessible to governments, major corporations and private security firms, smartphone technology along with iPhone and Android systems, thermal imaging is now available to everyone, at an affordable price.