As a full-service roofing contractor in Sante Fe, Fix My Roof understands the issues homeowners and facility managers face with low sloped roofs. Infrared Thermography Surveys provide valuable insights by identifying moisture trapped within the roof’s insulation. This is a common problem with Polyurethane Closed Cell Foam and some TPO substrates. Tar and gravel, rolled or metal roofs don’t usually suffer from these issues. Having this kind of information allows our clients to make informed decisions when it comes to maintaining their roof’s structure. So, let’s say you do have a roof prone to such problems. What can an Infrared roof moisture scan Thermography Survey do for your Santa Fe home?
Knowing how much moisture is contained within a roof’s substrate helps determine the magnitude of the damage. Traditionally, if more than 20% of the roof contains moisture, experts recommend tearing off the roof down to the original decking and replacing the whole roof. If less than 20% is saturated, it is recommended to replace only the damaged areas, and invest in a new roof coating to prolong the roof’s life. Silicone is the only product and roof restoration system Fix My Roof trusts, practices and warranties. Fix My Roof’s Infrared Survey service offers infrared roof inspections for flat or low-sloped commercial and residential roofs across New Mexico. As an experienced, professional roofing contractor in Santa Fe, all of our inspectors are certified through the Infrared Training Center, specializing in state-of-the-art Flir& Fluke Imagers, and are seasoned in detecting moisture in roofing systems. Fix My Roof’s surveys always comply with ASTM C1153-standard practice for the location of wet insulation in roofing systems using Infrared Imaging. Call Santa Fe’s best roofing contractors at 505-919-8011, to find out what we can do for you.
Want to learn more about our services in and around Santa Fe for infrared roof moisture scanning? Click here for research from Gregory R. Stockton, a Level III Thermographer and leading expert in the infrared industry. Not convinced you should have an infrared inspection on your roof? Read how ChevronTexaco saved $5.6 million using Infrared Thermography to troubleshoot a growing array of systems and components. Technology@Work: Infrared Thermography – July 2010 Want to learn more about the benefits of having an infrared survey on your commercial facility? Take a look at how the Office of Facilities Management and Reliability at the Smithsonian Institute uses infrared to schedule preventative and preemptive maintenance repairs in 27 galleries, museums, laboratories, and institutions from Washington D.C to New York City, New York. Smithsonian IR Technology