Why Wouldn't You Use an Infrared Inspector For Your Ogden Home Inspection Needs?

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Why Wouldn't You Use an Infrared Inspector For Your Ogden Home Inspection Needs?

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90% of Homes have issues that cannot or would not be detected without using Infrared Technology

It cost the same to hire a Certified Inspector as a Non-Certifed Inspector.

It cost the same to hire an Infrared Inspector as a Non-Infrared Inspector.

Infrared Inspections provide nearly DOUBLE if not more benefits than the traditional "peek & poke" inspection of the past.

All Ogden Utah Home Inspections should include Infrared technology. Utah Infrared provides thermal imaging services with every Ogden Home and Building Inspection at no additional charge.

Not only does Utah Infrared provide the extra benefit of thermal imaging, we use the highest quality and highest resolution camera's in the State of Utah.

Less than 5% of home inspectors throught the United States use Infrared Technology due to the high costs of Infrared Cameras. The majority of the home inspectors that are providing Infrared Technology are charging an extra $50-$200 for the additional services. At Utah Infrared, we don't believe in charging our clients extra for a service that we feel should already be included. As a matter of fact, Utah Infrared want perform any inspection service without using Infrared Technology.

Many things simply cannot be seen without the use of Infrared Technology! 

  • Overloaded and undersized circuits
  • Electrical faults before they cause a fire
  • Moisture intrusion that could lead to mold
  • Circuit breakers in need of replacement
  • Hot and Cold air infiltration (Energy Loss)
  • Possible pest or varmit infestation 
  • Roof leaks, before causing major damage
  • Air conditioner compressor leaks
  • Structural defects and their causes
  • Broken seals in thermal insulated windows
  • Energy loss and efficiency

Utah Infrared provides the standard comprehensive home inspection along with the added benefit of advanced thermal imaging technology. Thermal Imaging(infrared) has allowed us to provide Ogden Utah with one of the most advanced, in-depth, and informative inspection services available.

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Visit any of the Utah Infrared Inspection websites below to get more information on the amzing benefits of thermal imaging used during your Ogden Utah Infrared Home Inspection.


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Scott Silverstone
William Raveis Real Estate - New Haven, CT
www.CTProperty.com, Connecticut Luxury & Waterfront Realty

What are the costs of an infared inspection vs a standard inspection?

Feb 23, 2011 01:05 AM #1
Keith Vermilyea
Home Buyers Marketing II, Inc. - Boise, ID

Brandon, I was not aware this technology was available for home inspections, what a great idea.

Feb 23, 2011 01:09 AM #2
Brandon Clark
UTAH INFRARED Home and Building Inspections - Ogden, UT

Hey Scott,

Thanks for your interest. I charge the same prices as my local non-infrared inspectors. An average size home 2500 sq-ft, 10-15 years old is usually around $290.

Very soon all inspectors will use Thermal Imaging. Few if any home buyers have an Infrared Home Inspection than revert back to a flashlight inspection.

I believe strongly in the need for infrared to be used during home inspections so I simply include it vs trying to charge extra for it.

Feb 23, 2011 01:13 AM #3
Randy Ostrander
Lake and Lodge Realty LLC - Big Rapids, MI
Real Estate Broker, Serving Big Rapids and West Central MI

Everytime I see your pics I am more amazed. Even clogged pipes.

Mar 03, 2011 02:27 PM #4
Brandon Clark
UTAH INFRARED Home and Building Inspections - Ogden, UT

Hey Randy,

Thanks for the image compliments! Believe it or not, I still get amazed numerous times every week by what I'm able to detect with my newest IR camera.

Luckily the first of the year busy season has finally passed so I'll have some more time to start posting some more of my findings.

It's good to see your still keeping up and continuing to try and learn about the industry. I appreciate your comments and hope 2011 is going well for you.



Mar 04, 2011 10:32 PM #5
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