Using infrared thermography is an effective way for claim adjusters to non-destructively evaluate buildings, especially in water-loss cases. To find out how much the technology has caught on, when it is best applied, and where the technology is headed, Associate Editor Eric Gilkey contacted Tony Colantonio, a building enclosures advisor to the Public Works and Government Services in Canada who has written extensively on infrared thermography.

Has thermography gone mainstream yet?

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