Infrared (IR) Scan

Moisture, electrical hazards, insulation gaps, and air leaks are all hidden hazards that could be threatening your home without you knowing. That’s because these hazards are in the walls, floors, and ceilings of your home as well as in hard-to-access spaces like attics and crawlspaces. With advanced thermographic scanners, our trained and certified inspectors can uncover these hidden anomalies and more to help you protect your health, family, and greatest investment.

WIN Home Inspector doing an Infrared (IR) Scan
WIN Home Inspector doing an Infrared (IR) Scan


Of elusive air leaks in doors, windows, exterior outlets, and ducts can be discovered with an IR Scan.

9 in 10

Homes in the U.S. are under insulated, leading to higher energy bills.


Boost in Full Home Inspection efficiency when paired with an IR Scan.

A hand holding a infrared camera
Hidden Moisture, Electrical Hazards

50% of U.S. homes have mold issues mostly due to undetected moisture.

Why Get an Infrared (IR) Scan with WIN?

Many homeowners are unaware of the potential safety hazards and energy inefficiencies within their homes. An Infrared (IR) Scan uses advanced thermal imaging to detect differences in temperature around the home, which signify electrical hazards, high moisture levels, missing or damaged insulation, and air leaks. An IR Scan can help us see what our eyes can’t, uncovering health and safety hazards that when addressed, help you create a safer living environment and protect your investment.

Benefits of Infrared (IR) Scan

Reduce Fire Hazards: Detect overloaded electrical panels or hidden defects in electrical wiring, reducing the risk of fire hazards.
Save Energy and Money: Identify areas where air leaks and insulation deficiencies are wasting energy and causing higher energy bills.
Get Fast Results: IR Scans are non-invasive and provide real-time results, minimizing disruptions.
Identify Hidden Issues: Addressing issues early helps you prevent minor defects from escalating into costly problems.

How Does an Infrared (IR) Scan Work?

At WIN, we utilize specialized equipment to measure temperature variations in your home and detect hidden anomalies in your walls, floors, ceilings, and electrical panels.

WIN Home Inspector holding a thermal imaging camera


Scan the Home

Your inspector will face the thermographic scanner at different components of your home and scan.



Read the Scanner



Detect Anomalies



Receive a Detailed Report


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WIN Home Inspection Reviews

The WIN team was very detailed, informative and professionally done. It saddened me to see the leaks and other such concerns that were found. However, I'm super glad they found these things as not to cause my son issues, heartache and financial ruin later.... Read More

Tammy D.

The inspection was scheduled & completed very quickly less than 48 hours. The inspector was very thorough and very professional. The inspector uses a FLIR camera to detect leaks in air ducting & find any hot spots in the house that could possibly be... Read More

Aaron R.

The WIN team was very detailed, informative and professionally done. It saddened me to see the leaks and other such concerns that were found. However, I'm super glad they found these things as not to cause my son issues, heartache and financial ruin later.... Read More

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An Infrared (IR) Scan helps identify hidden defects like electrical issues, water leaks and insulation problems, giving you insights to make informed decisions and avoid future costly repairs.
An Infrared (IR) Scan can reveal abnormal thermal patterns, air leaks, electrical faults, energy inefficiencies, high moisture levels, and insulation deficiencies.
Yes, an Infrared (IR) Scan is still beneficial for a newly built home as it can detect construction defects, insulation problems, and potential hidden issues, ensuring a safe and efficient property.
An Infrared (IR) Scan typically takes 30 minutes to 2 hours, depending on the size of the home.
As a homeowner, periodic Infrared (IR) Scan can help detect issues like air leaks, plumbing leaks, and electrical faults early, improving energy efficiency and saving on repair costs. It is recommended to get an Infrared (IR) Scan at least once every year as our homes and needs change throughout the seasons.
An Infrared (IR) Scan is non-invasive and helps you discover and address thermal imbalances, water leaks, electrical faults, and more, providing you with valuable insights to build a maintenance plan and save energy.
An Infrared (IR) Scan can diagnose moisture intrusion, insulation deficiencies, HVAC system malfunctions, electrical problems, plumbing leaks, roof leaks, and building material anomalies affecting energy efficiency and comfort.
Getting an Infrared (IR) Scan before selling your home enhances your credibility by disclosing hidden issues, allowing you to address them proactively and negotiate with potential buyers confidently. If no anomalies are found, then you can make your home more attractive to buyers and build trust.
The responsibility for paying for the Infrared (IR) Scan can be negotiated between the seller and buyer, as part of pre-listing preparations or during the buyer's due diligence process.
Depending on the severity of the issue, you may want to address the issue immediately. Serious concerns, like high moisture levels and electrical hazards, pose serious health and safety risks and should not be left to chance. Other concerns, like air leaks and insulation gaps, make living in the home uncomfortable, but do not directly threaten your health, safety or the structural integrity of the home. No matter the issue, we recommend consulting with experts on remediation.