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It seems that over the months and years the home energy bills are increasing and the bank account is shrinking. How can this be? Sure I've turned the thermostat up a tiny fraction but it didn't feel as warm as it used to be or it's gotten colder. A quick search online yields pages on pages of different reasons with lists of reasons being the top answer, and not all of those reasons you can solve. Fortunately the ones indicating your home heating or insulation issues are manageable. 

The first step is to call the local home inspection as they are the ones with the knowledge and tools to diagnose and fix the issue. Again, another quick search online yields several local companies, they are all very eager to come over and inspect and the top few are chosen to give quotes.

Unfortunately the price to “fix” the issues cost more than the bill and this isn’t an affordable option. At this point, the motivation to find a quick fix solution is fading fast as it all costs too much money. But wait, there are lots of guides online showing you how you can fix these problems. From water leaks to insulation gaps, there is a guide for everything. The only part missing is the tool to diagnose the problem.

Diagnosing the problem not only saves time and money by locating the area of problem and the amount of materials you need, it can detect wear and tear areas which may not be serious now but will be if left unattended.  

WHAT IS THIS TOOL?

A THERMAL CAMERA

A thermal camera is an electronic device that can see the temperature and display this on its screen. Imagine looking at a live circuit board, you know there is electricity passing through, but how hot is this? Will it overheat? You certainly can’t touch it to find out, so you can use a thermal camera. Being able to see the temperature of surroundings will tell you everything you need to know; look at the insulation in the attic or around the window edges, are the colors uniform? Are there patches of different colors? This will tell you where the problems are and how big it is.

But hang on, thermal cameras could cost up to hundreds to thousands of dollars. How will this save me money?

A professional thermal camera can even cost hundreds of thousands of dollars and would take years for you to get your return on investment. However, for any homeowner, they won't require a professional thermal camera that is capable of multiple functions and can connect to nearly all smart devices. What is needed is a simple and inexpensive thermal camera that tells the user where there is a temperature anomaly so that they can quickly investigate. 




That's where the IR202 thermal camera comes in. Its thermal resolution measures at 80 x 62 pixels which means the thermal image that it shows is of above average quality. Its ergonomic design and light weight makes it extremely easy to carry around and best of all, it connects to your cell phone and runs from a free app.

It is already a tried and tested solution as this user, Mark, a homeowner from Los Angeles, has been able to use the IR202 Thermal Camera to identify insulation issues in his home and thus ended up saving money from his energy bills. 

HERE IS WHAT HE HAD TO SAY:

"I've been using this to air seal my attic with spray foam prior to doing 18 inches of blown insulation. This camera is ideal for quickly seeing where every air leak from the house is coming from. Will be using this to verify seals on the windows and doors too, now that it's getting cool enough to see a real difference. Highly recommended for the DIYer interested in saving money on high cost heating and cooling bills. It will likely pay for itself in a season by knowing exactly what and where the problems lie."

Instantly identify issues in your home and reduce energy bills with PerfectPrime's IR202 Thermal Camera for Android. Get a positive return on investment in no time at all and start saving money.

IR202 THERMAL CAMERA

For Android Devices

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The first step is to call the local home inspection as they are the ones with the knowledge and tools to diagnose and fix the issue. Again, another quick search online yields several local companies, they are all very eager to come over and inspect and the top few are chosen to give quotes. 
 
Unfortunately the price to “fix” the issues cost more than the bill and this isn’t an affordable option. At this point, the motivation to find a quick fix solution is fading fast as it all costs too much money. But wait, there are lots of guides online showing you how you can fix these problems. From water leaks to insulation gaps, there is a guide for everything. The only part missing is the tool to diagnose the problem.

Diagnosing the problem not only saves time and money by locating the area of problem and the amount of materials you need, it can detect wear and tear areas which may not be serious now but will be if left unattended. 

WHAT IS THIS TOOL?

A THERMAL CAMERA

A thermal camera is an electronic device that can see the temperature and display this on its screen. Imagine looking at a live circuit board, you know there is electricity passing through, but how hot is this? Will it overheat? You certainly can’t touch it to find out, so you can use a thermal camera. Being able to see the temperature of surroundings will tell you everything you need to know; look at the insulation in the attic or around the window edges, are the colors uniform? Are there patches of different colors? This will tell you where the problems are and how big it is.

But hang on, thermal cameras could cost up to hundreds to thousands of dollars. How will this save me money?

A professional thermal camera can even cost hundreds of thousands of dollars and would take years for you to get your return on investment. However, for any homeowner, they won't require a professional thermal camera that is capable of multiple functions and can connect to nearly all smart devices. What is needed is a simple and inexpensive thermal camera that tells the user where there is a temperature anomaly so that they can quickly investigate. 




That's where the IR202 thermal camera comes in. Its thermal resolution measures at 80 x 62 pixels which means the thermal image that it shows is of above average quality. Its ergonomic design and light weight makes it extremely easy to carry around and best of all, it connects to your cell phone and runs from a free app.

It is already a tried and tested solution as this user, Mark, a homeowner from Los Angeles, has been able to use the IR202 Thermal Camera to identify insulation issues in his home and thus ended up saving money from his energy bills.

HERE IS WHAT HE HAD TO SAY:


"I've been using this to air seal my attic with spray foam prior to doing 18 inches of blown insulation. This camera is ideal for quickly seeing where every air leak from the house is coming from. Will be using this to verify seals on the windows and doors too, now that it's getting cool enough to see a real difference. Highly recommended for the DIYer interested in saving money on high cost heating and cooling bills. It will likely pay for itself in a season by knowing exactly what and where the problems lie."

Instantly identify issues in your home and reduce energy bills with PerfectPrime's IR202 Thermal Camera for Android. Get a positive return on investment in no time at all and start saving money.  



IR202 THERMAL CAMERA

For Android Devices

Buy Now >Contact Us

Are you troubled by the electricity bill of your house?

WE CAN HELP YOU.

Buy Now >

It seems that over the months and years the home energy bills are increasing and the bank account is shrinking. How can this be? Sure I've turned the thermostat up a tiny fraction but it didn't feel as warm as it used to be or it's gotten colder. A quick search online yields pages on pages of different reasons with lists of reasons being the top answer, and not all of those reasons you can solve. Fortunately the ones indicating your home heating or insulation issues are manageable.

The first step is to call the local home inspection as they are the ones with the knowledge and tools to diagnose and fix the issue. Again, another quick search online yields several local companies, they are all very eager to come over and inspect and the top few are chosen to give quotes.

Unfortunately the price to “fix” the issues cost more than the bill and this isn’t an affordable option. At this point, the motivation to find a quick fix solution is fading fast as it all costs too much money. But wait, there are lots of guides online showing you how you can fix these problems. From water leaks to insulation gaps, there is a guide for everything. The only part missing is the tool to diagnose the problem.

Diagnosing the problem not only saves time and money by locating the area of problem and the amount of materials you need, it can detect wear and tear areas which may not be serious now but will be if left unattended.  

What is this tool?

A Thermal Camera

A thermal camera is an electronic device that can see the temperature and display this on its screen. Imagine looking at a live circuit board, you know there is electricity passing through, but how hot is this? Will it overheat? You certainly can’t touch it to find out, so you can use a thermal camera. Being able to see the temperature of surroundings will tell you everything you need to know; look at the insulation in the attic or around the window edges, are the colors uniform? Are there patches of different colors? This will tell you where the problems are and how big it is.

But hang on, thermal cameras could cost up to hundreds to thousands of dollars. How will this save me money?

A professional thermal camera can even cost hundreds of thousands of dollars and would take years for you to get your return on investment. However, for any homeowner, they won't require a professional thermal camera that is capable of multiple functions and can connect to nearly all smart devices. What is needed is a simple and inexpensive thermal camera that tells the user where there is a temperature anomaly so that they can quickly investigate. 

That's where the IR202 thermal camera comes in. Its thermal resolution measures at 80 x 62 pixels which means the thermal image that it shows is of above average quality. Its ergonomic design and light weight makes it extremely easy to carry around and best of all, it connects to your cell phone and runs from a free app.

It is already a tried and tested solution as this user, Mark, a homeowner from Los Angeles, has been able to use the IR202 Thermal Camera to identify insulation issues in his home and thus ended up saving money from his energy bills. 

Here is what he had to say:

"I've been using this to air seal my attic with spray foam prior to doing 18 inches of blown insulation. This camera is ideal for quickly seeing where every air leak from the house is coming from. Will be using this to verify seals on the windows and doors too, now that it's getting cool enough to see a real difference. Highly recommended for the DIYer interested in saving money on high cost heating and cooling bills. It will likely pay for itself in a season by knowing exactly what and where the problems lie."

Instantly identify issues in your home and reduce energy bills with PerfectPrime's IR202 Thermal Camera for Android. Get a positive return on investment in no time at and start saving money.

IR202 Thermal Camera

For Android Devices

Buy Now >Contact Us
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