In all instances where this technology has been well documented in either the home inspection market or other markets the results are generally subject to the following primary issues:
Typical exterior image of sun-exposed exterior brick wall.
Typical interior view of sun-exposed window.
Typical view of microwave oven. Note the hot spot is not indicative of a problem, it is merely showing the temperate differential associated with the appliance's electronics.
Typical view of interior of an electrical distribution panel. See next image for a close up view of the apparent warm spot.
The breakers in the upper right hand corner appear warm. However, these are GFIC breakers which contain electronics that produce heat.
Interior view of insulated garage door exposed to sun.
Well insulated interior wall with faint outlines of studs. The faint outlines occur because generally the areas where studs are present are cooler than where they are not present.
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