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October 7, 2011 by - 0 Comments
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Captain’s Star Date 2011.10.04 version 2.0 and Mr. Spork is at a client site with his phaser set on infrared leak detection. Mindful of the Prime Directive, we’re determined to probe for escaping heat without disturbing the structure in question. The natives are concerned about their property’s value, want to see if they can lower their utility costs and if they are overlooking what are essentially invisible leaks in their walls and roof.
Noble intentions all and by their very compliance they will be good nominations for the Federation of Smart Homeowners. I understand that they’ve just had a roof repair done but are still concerned about the extent of water damage and if any alien mold spores have started colonies in their insulation. They are still reeling from a run-in with their Romulus insurance agent and are determined to document and verify all repairs.
I have the greatest confidence in Science Officer Spork; he will detect additional water leaks and their points of origin anywhere within the structure. He’ll also alert the natives of blockages in their plumbing, discover potentially dangerous “hot spots” in their primitive electrical wiring and find the moisture that can’t be found with standard moisture meters.
The natives are concerned that local fauna have burrowed into the walls but Mr. Spork will find any small rodent heat signatures while he also checks for their structure’s energy efficiency. No stone, or rather no window, wall or insulation will be ignored since all can lead to loss of heating and cooling. With his phaser set for infrared leak detection, Mr. Spork will check the heating and cooling systems, and locate any fittings that are not properly sealed and functioning.
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