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Thermography Services

A Thermographic survey of the building envelope can detect the heat emitted from various surfaces internally and externally.

The images recorded as part of the survey are used to evaluate the temperature of different surfaces or variations in temperature across a surface. This can help with the diagnosis of the following issues:

  • Missing or defective thermal insulation
  • Thermal bridging
  • Water ingress
  • Condensation and black mould
  • Heat loss through doors / windows and other components
  • Water leaks from installed services

The survey is non-invasive and no damage of the property fabric is necessary.

The report comprises images taken with a Thermographic camera with an accuracy of 0.05 degrees Centigrade. each image is accompanied by explanatory text which pinpoints areas of concern and provides advice to allow the planning of necessary rectification work or further investigation.

If you have any of the above issues a Thermographic survey can be a very useful  tool for diagnosis.. Please contact James Associates if you would like further information about a Thermographic survey of your property.  


We have wide experience in dealing with both commercial and industrial properties from steel framed industrial units clad asbestos cement to modern office accommodation.

We also provide repair and maintenance advice for property and project management for commercial building work.


We can assist home buyers and Landlords by offering a range of pre-purchase services including building surveys, defect investigation of individual elements and non-invasive testing that seek to place the purchaser in the position of being an ‘informed buyer’; we are fully independent and you can be sure that we will represent your interests 100%.

In addition we offer existing home owners contemplating development Party Wall advice and act as Party Wall Surveyors in accordance with the Party Wall etc. Act 1996.

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