Thermal Imaging to Aid Pest Control
Creating negative pressure and photographing areas of air infiltration is all a part of our estimation process, which is at no charge to the consumer. Further, we also conduct a pressure test of your home prior to the service. The pressure test lets us know what your pressure is inside in relation to the outside. Each home has a standard air flow number, a balance between too much air and too little air entering and exiting the home.
By pressure testing, we will know how much air flow we can prevent and what airflow should be allowed. Interestingly, it is possible to seal a home too much. If a home is sealed too much, it restricts airflow and the residents are stuck breathing stagnant air. If it is sealed too little, then nothing was accomplished…
Once we have completed the job, we then return to pressure test the home again to ensure proper measures were taken. It is important that our service is minimally invasive, effective, and creates an overall better environment for you and your family.
What makes Cummings Termite & Pest Control, your first choice in home sealing?
- We pressure test your home to know how much of your home we need to seal
- We conduct an IR scan of your home and show you the exact problem areas
- We provide a secondary pressure test once the job is completed to ensure
- a proper balance between the exterior and interior of your home