Prepare Your Home for Sale With a Thermal Imaging Inspection

There’s a lot to consider before you list your home for sale, which makes it a daunting prospect. For one thing, you have to ensure that you don’t have any issues or potential repairs waiting to be flagged on the buyer’s inspection report that would make your home less appealing to potential buyers. Fortunately, Evolve Property Inspections offers a variety of home inspections to ensure your home is in optimal condition. Let’s explore how one inspection in particular, a thermal imaging inspection, could help you prepare your home to be listed on the market.

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What is the Purpose of a Thermography Inspection? 

One of the most significant advantages of a thermography inspection is the ability to detect issues that might otherwise be missed. Our certified master inspectors are equipped with thermal imaging cameras that can read or detect the thermal energy emitted from different objects in your home. Our equipment could show something that indicates a particular area of your home needs further investigation by a qualified professional.

How Will Thermal Imaging Prepare My Home for Sale?

Thermal imaging could help the inspector identify the root of an issue in your home that isn’t visible to the naked eye. For example, there could be gaps in your insulation or an inefficient HVAC, both of which result in higher energy bills. You might have moisture intrusion from leaks inside your walls, ceilings, or floors, which could result in mold growth. Or, you could have a more serious electrical issue on your hands, leading to a fire hazard.

Schedule Your Thermal Imaging Inspection 

Let Evolve Property Inspections pinpoint any potential issues with a thermography inspection so you can address them before listing your home for sale. Not only will this help you to be proactive rather than reactive in the real estate transaction, it will help make your home more marketable. Contact us at (305) 506-8969 to request a quote or schedule your inspection. We serve homeowners in Miami-Dade County and the surrounding areas of Kendall, Pinecrest, Coral Gables, and Broward County.