ScanTherm Surveys

We are the best house thermography consultancy, offering thermal imaging surveys, training and expertise throughout the UK for fifteen years. Our clients range from the largest public and private sector organisations to individual homeowners wanting competent technical knowhow and wonderful service.   Our thermal imaging surveys, also known as thermographic surveys, offer our customers with valuable and unique details of many aspects of building performance.  ScanTherm has particular specialism in scoring of the building fabric, including judgement of insulation, thermal bridging and air tightness.  These assessments help find the location and amount of heat loss in buildings of any age and size. Our experience ranges from assessing the Palace of Westminster, to many of the tallest tower blocks in London from drones, right down to typical houses or flats. In addition, our safe thermal imaging surveys are often used for assessing the condition of flat roofs and structural water leak tracing in commercial and residential buildings. Our thermographic surveys are used by many clients for locating and performance/defect testing of hidden building systems such as underfloor heating. This could be needed during refurbishment projects or due to leaks. For more than 10 years ScanTherm has developed and provided the most specialist applied building thermography training to building surveyors, architects, energy consultants, technicians, snagging surveyors and many other building professionals. This is based on the essential theory and practical know-how needed to plan, prepare, analyse, conduct and report on property thermography surveys. ScanTherm have developed many unique abilities and approaches which are embedded in our thermal imaging surveys and reports. The goal is to give faster, more effective and easier to understand insight into buildings and building systems.

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Riverside House, River Lawn Road, Tonbridge, England, United Kingdom, TN9 1EP
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