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Predictive Building Inspections


We offer the safest most effective Infrared and Ultrasound inspections performed by Master Certified Thermographers with best-in-class inspection equipment. Below are two short videos from our equipment manufacturers that equipment and certify our Inspectors. 



We offer an onsite demonstration of our predictive inspection services

All successful Maintenance Programs start with a Predictive Inspection.

Why should you learn more about Predictive Inspections?

You’re responsible for maintaining a building and to do that successfully you need to know the status of every system within your building. To know when maintenance is needed requires regular inspection.

Predictive Inspections are proven to save you money and time by identifying issues at an early stage when repair costs are low and repairs are minor. If you are constantly ” putting out fires” it’s a sign that you’re maintenance program is becoming reactive and it’s time to learn more about Predictive Inspections.


It’s also safer to repair critical electrical or mechanical systems before they start smoking and failure is minutes away. Early-stage repairs also retain the greatest amount of usable life of your building assets.

New 2023 NFPA 70B Standards that make electrical infrared inspections Mandatory.

The NFPA 70B Recommended Practice for Electrical Equipment Maintenance has generally
been just that—a recommendation. Since its inception in 1975, it has always been
categorized as a recommended practice.

However, as of January 2023, it has become a recognized standard as the NFPA 70B
Standard for Electrical Equipment Maintenance. The transition means the NFPA
recommendations on what should be done are now standards for electrical equipment
maintenance—setting the stage for OSHA to enforce what must be done.

NFPA 70B Quick Facts
Consensus standard, effective January 16, 2023
Used in conjunction with NFPA 70 – National Electrical Code® and NFPA 70E – Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace®
Not intended to supersede or duplicate manufacturers’ recommendations
Can become the basis for many enforceable OSHA practices
Can often be required by insurance companies as a condition for coverage standards for electrical equipment

What is NFPA ? 

The NFPA is a global authority on fire, electrical, and building safety. They produce codes and standards addressing various aspects of electrical safety and reliability, including work practices, equipment maintenance, compliance with electrical regulations, and educational materials.

OSHA often adopts these standards as enforceable.

This standard was also adopted by ANSI. Once a recommended practice, NFPA 70B
is now approved by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) as a “standard
that can now be both utilized and enforced to ensure that the proper conditions of
maintenance has been established.”

Who is ANSI?

ANSI (American National Standards Institute) is a private non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance U.S. global competitiveness and the American quality of life by promoting, facilitating, and
safeguarding the integrity of the voluntary standardization and conformity assessment system.

OSHA often adopts these standards as enforceable.

Who is OSHA?

 With the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, Congress created the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to ensure safe and healthful working conditions for workers by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education, and assistance. OSHA’s mission is to ensure that employees work in a safe and healthful environment by setting and enforcing standards, and by providing training, outreach, education, and assistance.

Employers must comply with all applicable OSHA standards.

They must also comply with the General Duty Clause of the OSHA Act, which requires employers to keep their workplace free of serious recognized hazards.

“Why should you schedule an onsite demonstration?”

Predictive inspections will only be considered as an option for better building maintenance when you know about the service and what it offers. We understand the need to have a return on your investment and that maintenance budgets are tight. This is why we offer an onsite demonstration.

You’ll receive a predictive inspection of one piece of equipment, a digital inspection report, and an opportunity to ask questions of our Master Thermographer throughout the inspection. The demonstration takes approximately 1 hour.

We offer this demonstration as the best way to show you the benefits of predictive inspection. You can then make an informed decision about scheduling a baseline inspection for the whole facility.

Just knowing what Predictive Inspections are capable of will give you more options for solving future building system issues.


Consider This

Your facility relies on proper inspection and maintenance for safe reliable operation.  From the minute you open the door and turn on the lights you are inspecting the predictable functions of your building systems. Inspection is the most important part of maintenance.

 “Just because your facility is working well today, doesn’t mean it will tomorrow. In fact, without proper inspection and maintenance, failure is inevitable.”

When a system or piece of equipment isn’t working as designed or fails, you give it a closer inspection. If a repair is needed, this would be called Reactive Maintenance. You’re waiting for functional failure before taking corrective action. The cost of reactive maintenance is high and indicates a failing preventive maintenance program. This type of maintenance greatly reduces the full life cycle of your equipment.

If a repair is needed on a regular basis to continue reliable operation or at the manufacturer’s recommendation, this would be called Preventive Maintenance. You’re assuming that general maintenance will prevent or stop the failure mode cycle. Only an inspection will prove the effectiveness of your preventive maintenance program.


“Inspections should always inform your maintenance program to ensure the program is effective and efficient. This is one of the many benefits of a Predictive Maintenance Inspection.”

 Early identification of issues before any loss in performance will give you the most options possible for corrective action. Repairs are safer and less costly. When detected early, the issue will have the least impact on your personnel, operations, and production.

                                                                              This is Predictive Inspection.

There’s a lot of information on the Internet about the benefits of Predictive Inspections. 

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Inspections Completed

Issues Identified


Negative Impact to Client Operations, Personnel or Equipment

Years of Inspection Experience