Thermographic Inspections

We carry out whole building envelope thermographic inspections across the UK and produce reports to satisfy the requirements for BREEAM accreditation and can advise on remedial works, if required, when thermal anomalies have been identified. We have surveyed buildings including; warehouses, factories, educational, and research buildings.  

Who can benefit from a Thermal Survey?

New-build owners

There's a rising case against developers for broken promises on quality and energy-efficiency, and our Thermal Survey report can help provide crucial evidence to prove this.

Old-build owners

If you're looking to make your older house more energy efficient and warmer in the winter, our Thermal Survey can help you spot prime areas for development.


A full, professional-grade Thermal Survey with air-tightness testing can confirm your project meets thermal and efficiency requirements, and identify any final overlooked areas.

New-build homes aren't meeting their promises...

With thousands of new homes being built all over the UK, many are selling their older houses for the promise of quality, structure, and energy performance from a new-build. For many, this sense of security and confidence isn't proving all true...

Having been involved with a number of articles recently (such as BBC Inside out), we've been helping new home owners fight developers over issues with their new homes, providing conclusive evidence of fundamental departures from Building Regulations.

The evidence we collect in our Thermal Surveys gives clients support and documentation to help with getting redress from the builders, as well as with legal teams to help build cases against the developers themselves.

The reports we produce are often used by chartered surveyors to guide their investigations to help identify issues that would not normally be seen, using the words of one surveyor, "these thermal imaging reports give me x-ray vision!".

Our Thermal Surveys can identify...

Missing loft insulation and air flow behind the dry lining on the wall in a new build house, very common in new build houses.
Missing insulation above a sloping ceiling in a loft conversion in an older house. A significant source of common heat loss.
Draughts flowing from under the skirtings in an older house, again, very common.
An area of missing cavity wall insulation in a new build house.

Make your old-build

home energy efficient.

Older homes can be pretty cold in the winter, and expensive to heat. Identifying where the heat is being lost and how these areas can be improved to reduce this can make home improvements more effective.

In addition, issues such and damp and mould can be common with older homes and need to be addressed quickly to ensure they are treated effectively before irreversible damage sets in.

If you're planning energy efficiency improvements, our thermal imaging survey can help identify issues and plan works around them.

Many people contact us after renovation works have left their homes as cold as they were before because they were unaware of where they were losing heat and overlooked these areas during renovation.

What's included in our Thermal Survey reports?

Our service includes a full-scale professional Thermal Survey, carried out by a PCN Category 2 Thermographer, and using state-of-the-art Thermography equipment. In addition to this, our service includes air tightness testing, and a full report that details our findings, alongside our best-practise recommendations.

What our valued customers say...

Get in touch.


07802 935827



2 Benson Rd, Abingdon, Oxon, OX14 1LN.
Approved Thermographer
BINDT Thermographer

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