Eisenberg Haven Architects, Inc.
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(What you don’t know will cost you!)

Leaking skylight.  
The bright White area in the photo indicates there is water in the roof .

Wet Area in roof.
Area was removed and replaced

Wet area
at base of a wall.
           Shoveling Snow off Roofs
  Making buildings More Energy Efficient 

See our latest case study on why you should be scanning your roof at least every two years.

“Why should I scan my roof”
  It’s all about control. Scanning your roof can find those little leaks that you may not even know you have.  Water can be getting into your roof but not showing up downstairs.  Scanning your roof is the best way to “see” what’s going on in your roof.  In many cases we can tell if a leak is coming from the roofing system or from an adjacent wall or some other building component.  The photo to the left shows a leaking roof top skylight (bright white areas in the photo). Catching this leak saved the owner further damage to there roof.  It showed that the skylight that was leaking and not the roof. Scanning your roof allows you to make repairs on your own terms.  You don’t end up paying the premium costs associated with emergencies.   This saves you time and money.  Many of our clients now consider infrared scanning a key component of their annual roof maintenance program. It keeps them in control of their roofing costs

Repair Or Replace? is always the question.  By being able to “see” into a roof an owner can make informed decisions.  An infrared scan can take the guesswork out of these decisions.  Do you know how much of the insulation on your roof is wet?  If you have had a leak in the past do you know how much of your roof got wet?  This is a key factor when planning and budgeting for future repairs and upgrades.  We refer to this a "Proactive Capital Asset Management".  Using Infrared technology is the smart choice in any economy.

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