Why Renting Thermal Cameras Makes Sense For You
Rent a top-of-the-line FLIR thermal imaging camera for your home energy audit or professional thermography project. Our easy and affordable infrared camera rentals save you time and money.
Renting a thermal camera saves you money. Infrared thermal imaging cameras are expensive. Purchasing the most advanced FLIR thermal camera outright costs $4000-$5000. Most people don't use this infrared technology every day. That's where we come in. Renting a professional-grade thermal imager from us allows you to preserve capital for other expenses. Our thermal camera rentals can save you thousands of dollars! A thermal imaging camera rental gives you the best thermography equipment with no initial investment, and you will not incur replacement costs.
For Thermography Professionals
For the comfort, the flexibility to upgrade, downgrade, always the latest technology, the financial controls (no depreciation), short term emergency needs, peak demand requirements, etc. A thermal camera rental is perfect for short-term applications, pre-purchase evaluation, or to temporarily replace an infrared camera that's in for service.
Renting a thermal camera saves you time. If you are a professional in the thermography business, you know how annoying and expensive down-time due to equipment failure can be. A thermographic camera rental will reduce down-time from faulty and broken equipment.
Renting a thermal camera allows you better equipment. Buying a professional-grade infrared camera gives you less opportunity to upgrade and specialize the equipment you need for specific thermography projects.
How much money will you save if you make your home more efficient? Your home may be less efficient than you think. With a quick and easy thermal imaging inspection you will know definitively whether or not you are wasting money every month. Home inspections can reduce inefficiencies and save you a surprising amount of money over time. It only takes a small energy inefficiency to cost you thousands of dollars every year. Rent a thermal camera and see how much you save by doing your own home energy audit! You may also find other problems like mold or moisture build-up that could be unhealthy for your family.
Using a thermal camera (also known as a heat gun) has become much more user friendly and inexpensive in the past 10 years. You don't need to have any technical knowledge or experience to operate an infrared camera. It just takes a few minutes to learn how to use your thermal camera rental and identify energy inefficiencies in your home. Air tightness and thermal imaging testing are important quality control measures when building or renovating a house. Heat losses in buildings can account for up to 50% of the total energy consumption and comes from air leakage through chimneys, attics, wall vents and badly sealed windows/doors, etc. You will not incur any time-wasting repairs.