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Teaser Infrared Image - What is it?

What is this image showing and what is it telling you?

Leave your answer in the comments section, and check back on Friday for the answer!

10 comments to Teaser Infrared Image – What is it?

  • Wes McGonagle

    Possible Basement Wall(Observing studs) with Moisture and/or Mould issue.

  • Dan Laughbon

    Appears to be a wall. Has what looks like cold air coming around the insulation at the base of the wall where it meets the floor. The orange-red areas are spots where the insulation is holding back cold air. Appears to be wall studs dividing the affected area. Could also be possible water intrution a moisture meter would clear up the matter.

  • Keith

    Possibly a ladder in front of a wall or boiler.

  • gabe

    if I had to make a guess I would say a wall where there has been recent leakage of some sort that has soaked up into the vertical beams of the wall

  • gabe

    fluke should do this on facebook!

  • Fluke Thermography

    You know…that’s a good idea. Still trying to figure out if a lot of our readers have Facebook, though! Are you a fan of our page? 😉

  • Matt

    It’s an old drafty, not closed, single-pane window with heavy curtains in front. I think there’s a heat source underneath it, and the curtains are trapping some heat behind it. (BAD fire hazard, by the way)

  • David Thesing

    Looks like a door that has an air or water penetration on the bottom left. Could also be a wall with the same problem.

  • Dan

    Could be a wall , could be something else???. Might be cold/ cooler air or moisture or not. Lets wait and see!??.

  • Dan

    Its been sugested that the digdtal photo be included , while that sounds good it would remove the “WHAT IS IT ?” mystery and the fun. However not everyone has experence with everything so why not offer a photo sometime close to the reveal day to help some of us out.

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