Damp and water ingress can cause damage to buildings; whether entering from the outside or inside effects such as condensation.
The dark areas shows the damp from leaking from the guttering
The dark area shows both surface water and the extent of water that has entered beneath the layers of roofing
Flat Roof. This roof has a number of blisters in the surface.
The Infrared image identifies which blisters have burst allowing water to enter. The warm yellow area by the cross is an intact blister. Below this is a blue black area which is a blister with water inside.
External picture of a cladded commercial building with lower section brick work
IR showing damp likely coming from the cladding seam above
The internal wall of the cladded building
IR image showing the damp penetrating from the external side
Internal damp monitored on wall
Extent of damp can now be seen
Damp penetrating throughthe bedroom plaster due to wet insulation
The wall paper has fallen off due to damp
THe damp is spreading from the bottom right of the image
The owner thought the water was entering from the skirting board between the electric
In reality the water penetrating through the wall via a wall socket