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Home Talk USA interviews Fluke's Jay Choi on Thermal Imaging

Recently, Fluke Thermal Imaging’s very own Jay Choi was featured on the Home Improvement Radio Network talk show, Home Talk USA, hosted by Michael “The Cajun Contractor” King. Jay was interviewed on the importance of thermal imaging in today’s building inspection and construction industries, describing how the use of thermal imaging cameras can significantly increase energy efficiency both at home as well as in industrial businesses.

Jay explained to Michael that in the past five years, as the cost of thermal imagers has dropped—more and more professionals are beginning to utilize this technology, which has set them apart from competitors by adding credibility to their business.

“So, Jay, who really uses thermal imaging?” Michael asked. Jay answered that as thermal imaging technology becomes more accessible, many General Contractors, Home and Building Inspectors, Restoration professionals and Roofing contractors are using thermal imaging in new and exciting ways.

We would like to thank Michael “The Cajun Contractor” King and the Home Improvement Radio Network for hosting Jay Choi, giving us the opportunity to educate people on the application and importance of thermography — checkout the rest of Jay’s interview below and let us know what you think!

Jay Choi’s Interview with Home Talk USA on Thermal Imaging Today

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