Having your home evaluated with an infrared scanner sheds valuable light on the effectiveness of your home's thermal envelope. An infrared scanner reveals hidden air leaks and areas where insulation isn't performing, and can also yield some interesting surprises -- such as where an uninsulated hot water pipe or recessed lights may be contributing to an ice dam, for an example. It's a valuable part of any good home energy audit, and a step that we guarantee to take with thoroughness and precision (although our experience tells us that it can also be a fun part of the energy audit for homeowners). Below are a couple of images that show the difference between a regular photo and what the IR camera reveals.
It has been a pleasure meeting someone with passion for doing a job right. We have experienced two things with the blown-in insulation installed by The Insulation Man. We expected the first, but the second was a surprise.