Two Moons Thermal Imaging Services
Parent Company Mooney Marine Construction

"We see what others can’t – finding problems quickly and accurately through the use of today’s advanced infrared technology"
Thermographic inspections for homes, buildings, and marine vessels in the Tawas area and northeastern Michigan

Who Uses Our Service?

  • People who want to reduce their current energy costs in their homes or commercial buildings
  • People buying, selling, building, remodeling, repairing, or insuring homes, buildings, or marine vessels
  • People wanting second opinions or third-party evaluations for construction defects, insurance claims, or warranty actions
What Services Do We Offer?

Two Moons Thermal Imaging Services is on-site provider of infrared inspection services specializing in single-family homes, commercial buildings, industrial facilities, hotels, schools, churches, hospitals, multi-family residential buildings, and marine vessels.

Generally there are two levels of thermography services offered. The first is a scan that is directed to a specific problem or opportunity and usually takes about 20 minutes. The second is an audit/survey which is more comprehensive, includes a written report with recommendations, and takes approximately 2 hours.
  • Energy audits/survey
  • Roof scan/survey 
  • Mold and Moisture scan/survey
  • Insulation scan/survey  
  • Building scan/survey.  
  • Marine Vessel scan/survey.
  • Insurance scan/survey
  • Property inspection scan/survey

Additionally, a wide range of remedial services are offered to fix any problems found, including:
  • Water clean up and restoration
  • Insulation repair and installation
  • Roof repairs
  • Minor construction repairs 
How Much Do Our Services Cost?

​The cost of the inspection will vary with the size and structure of the home, building, or marine vessel and what is required. For example, if you don’t require a written report (verbal inspection), then we charges less because time has been saved not having to put the report together. Generally we use a flat rate for “scans” and a graduated rate scale for “audits/surveys” which is shown below for average applications:

​* See pricing section for more detail
Thermal Imaging (Thermology) Basics

Although you are probably somewhat familiar with infrared light, you likely are not familiar with how it can be used to help you as a homeowner/business/marine vessel owner. 

Infrared Thermography is the use of an infrared imaging and measurement camera to "see" and "measure" thermal energy emitted from an object. Thermal, or infrared energy, is light that is not visible because its wavelength is too long to be detected by the human eye. Unlike visible light, in the infrared world, everything with a temperature above absolute zero emits heat. Even very cold objects, like ice cubes, emit infrared heat. A specialized infrared camera takes advantage of these heat patterns and allows you to virtually "see" previously unseeable problem areas behind walls, beneath the floor, or above the ceiling including; moisture, water damage, mold, roof leaks, plumbing leaks, energy loss from ducts, doors and windows, missing or damaged insulation, and bad electrical connections, to name a few. If you own a marine vessel, an infrared camera can detect serious faults such as hull and superstructure defects, damaged fiberglass gel coat, water leaks, loose electrical connectors, faulty electrical systems, and failing engine components. 

The primary advantage of Infrared thermal imaging is that it provides a real-time, non-contact, non-destructive way to efficiently and effectively identify, analyze and prioritize problem areas at a fraction of the cost and disruption of other methods. Early detection of problems can facilitate correction of issues before they become worse, cause collateral damage, or fail causing unscheduled outages and potential property or marine vessel damage.

Thermal imaging inspections should be done by a certified thermographer who is a person that successfully completes a recognized infrared certification course. Certification verifies the thermographer’s ability to operate an infrared camera, collect quality data, produce professional infrared inspection reports, and understand the techniques and limitations of infrared thermography for specific applications. Anyone can buy an infrared camera and offer thermography services; however, these cameras are difficult to use and the thermographic images are difficult to interpret without proper training.
How To Schedule An Appointment?

​Call (989)254-0465 or email
Our primary service area is a 60 mile radius of East Tawas, which would include west to West Branch, south to Au Gres and north to Alpena. If you're outside the area circled, give us a call and we'll try to accommodate you.