Thermal imaging can vividly show where your home is leaking heat, revealing problems with insulation, draughts, etc.
The images are most revealing when it’s >10°C warmer inside than out, so this is mainly a winter activity.
Some of the problems shown are easy for householders to fix, like draught-proofing, and some, like faulty insulation, may need professional help (not part of this project). Significant improvements in comfort, energy bills and carbon emissions are often made as a result.
Come to a training evening to learn how to use our thermal cameras and interpret their images -
then you can borrow a camera to survey your home, those of friends or family and (we hope) others in your neighbourhood. It's great to see your home in a new light and people find it good motivation towards fixing the problems revealed.
If you want a survey, come to a training session, or if that's not your thing, can you persuade a friend to come to one and then survey your home?
Upcoming training sessions
Not until October, now that warmer weather (?) makes it progressively harder to take good thermal images. Dates coming soon. Thermal imaging can also be useful in heatwaves to reveal why a particular building overheats and what might be done to lessen that.
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Free, but booking essential - select one of the sessions above to book online.
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