Find out where your home is leaking heat
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Thermal imaging is a form of photography that produces colourful images which show vividly where your home is leaking heat. This can reveal problems with insulation, draughts, damp and more. The images are easiest to decipher when it’s at least 10°C warmer inside than out, so this is mainly a winter activity.
Some of the problems it shows up are easy for householders to fix, like draught-proofing, and some, like faulty insulation, may need professional help. Significant improvements in comfort, energy bills and carbon emissions are often made as a result.
Following suspension of our Thermal Imaging program since January because of Covid, we now await colder late October weather, suitable for revealing heat losses from buildings. We’ll restart Thermal Imaging and training and camera loans then. Sorry for the delay!
Come to a short training session 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 it provides good motivation to fix any problems that are revealed.
Free online training, booking essential. Select one of the dates below to book:
** All training on hiatus due to National Lockdown **
Already trained and keen to use our camera loan scheme? Book a camera using the new online booking system.
We are currently unable to offer surveys. If you want a survey, come to a training session, or if that’s not your thing, perhaps you can persuade a friend to get trained and then survey your home?
Thermal Imaging Survey Record Form – Use this form to record all surveys completed
Camera Borrowing Agreement – Trainees must fill this in before borrowing a cameras
Thermal Imaging Training Slides – A useful reminder on how to use the cameras & understand their images
Thermal imaging camera notes – A 2 page overview including diagrams
Thermal Imaging Guide – coming soon
Thermal Imaging in a Heatwave – coming soon