I wanted to share this with everyone. Last week, while doing some training work down in SOCAL, I had the opportunity to check out a really cool idea... a mobile training lab that the folks down at…Continue
"OK! Qualitative by definition require a blower door. Without you are doing Quantitative.
Where is the sun in relation to your image? What time of day? To follow the various testing standards for judging the Grade of Insulation you must have…"
"I am not certified. Qualitative. I also have a blower door. I did not see the install.
Yes, when there are question...I help find areas of non fill. Insulator uses this as quality control and o be sure his customers are…"
"As a Lvl II Thermographer with over 5 years of work in both existing and new homes, I am not aware of any Rule of Thumb. Have you taken a Certification Class? Are you doing Qualitative or Quantitative IR Inspections? What other…"
"I use my IR Camera to verify work for a Insulator who uses foam to fill the wall cavities. I am looking for a rule of thumb to help guide me in determining what is or isnt significant. At what point do I recommend action based on…"
Thanks Mike, I can't even begin to explain how motivating this equipment has been for me. It's opened up a new level of expertise, and of course, our partner families are the ones who gain from it. You and John were correct in telling the class that as we use the camera we will understand more about emissivity, thermal contrast, span, palette etc... I'll be following you on your blogs.
This 1950s Montreal house was retrofitted to become a super efficient passive house by adding a 16 inch thick layer of cellulose insulation to the exterior. Maison Ozalée's builder, Richard Price from Construction Le Tournesol, also used triple…