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
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Thermography (Infrared) Services

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.

  • Thermography Scans - These very specific and targeted inspection services that use an infrared camera to detect targeted problem areas related to water intrusion, moisture, heat loss, air infiltration, missing/damaged insulation or electrical overheating. This type of infrared scan is excellent value, and gets to the heart of any potential issues fast. A quick scan does not include photos or a written report.  The owner or contractor must be present to view the live camera images and identify areas of concern.  
  • Thermography Survey & Audits - These are general inspection services that use an infrared camera to detect unknown problem or opportunity areas related to water intrusion, moisture, heat loss, air infiltration, missing/damaged insulation or electrical overheating.  A report will outline the major findings, including any recommended remediation actions that should be taken by the owner or contractor.
ENERGY SCAN
An infrared thermal scan of a home or building can detect serious faults (insulation, air sealing, leaks, etc.) in the walls, floors, ceilings, or roofs. This type of infrared scan is excellent value, and gets to the heart of any potential issues fast. Read more …
ENERGY AUDIT/SURVEY
An energy audit is a survey of an existing house/building to determine where potential energy losses could be in terms of efficiency and how that building operates. Read more …
MARINE VESSLE SCAN/AUDIT
Infrared thermography of a vessel can detect serious faults such as damaged fiberglass gel coat, loose electrical connectors, faulty electrical systems, and failing engine components.  Read more …
BUILDING DIAGNOSTICS & PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE AUDIT/SURVEY
Infrared thermography can cost-effectively detect abnormal thermal patterns in electrical mechanical, roofing and structural systems. Regular inspections can be set up as component of a preventative maintenance system to avoid costly and unexpected repairs.  Read more …
INSURANCE THERMAL SCAN/SURVEY
In the past, insurers have used infrared to verify issues and claims. However, insurers are now looking to use infrared to take a more predictive approach.  Understanding liability and preventing serious problems (including mold) is a more cost-effective approach for all involved.  Read more …
INSULATION SCAN
An thermal imaging camera can quickly and non-destructively detect areas of missing, moisture-laden or otherwise damaged insulation in walls, crawlspaces and attics or around doors, windows, electrical outlets and other access plates. All can increase a building’s energy costs.  Read more …
PROPERTY INSPECTION SCAN
A thermal imaging camera can see through walls, ceilings, and floors to identify any areas of concern regarding moisture, leaks, mold, heat loss and other problems that might otherwise go undetected. It can either be a supplement to a more comprehensive home inspection or a stand alone inspection  Read more …
ROOF SCAN/SURVEY
Performing predictive maintenance on low slope roofs can be an expensive undertaking. Infrared roof surveys can help to reduce costs by locating areas in need of repair.  Read more …
MOLD & MOISTURE SCAN
Locate areas that have the potential for mold growth.  In the case of water damage (and mold damage), an infrared scan can determine if affected areas have been sufficiently dried and repaired. This is useful information to both the owner and insurer if an insurance claim is involved.  Read more …