Fairway Electrical Services
High and Low Voltage Testing & Preventative Maintenance
Fairway Electrical Services is a leading high and low voltage testing & preventative maintenance and infrared thermography contractor serving the Hamilton, Burlington, Kitchener/Waterloo and Niagara region. We specialize in infrared thermography that is safe, reliable and cost-effective.
When it comes to electrical issues, oftentimes by the time you notice them, it’s too late. Noticing them often means the damage is already done. It can mean very costly, detailed repairs or replacements, and a load of time and inconvenience. Discovering electrical issues ahead of time is essential in order to save time, money, and in order to prevent disasters in your building.
Fortunately, there is a way to detect problems in a building’s electrical systems that would be difficult or impossible to discover otherwise. Thermal imaging, also known as Infrared Thermography, is a useful means of detecting electrical issues in a non-invasive manner. This detection service works seamlessly, ensuring that there is no disruption to your business or home during the process.
WHAT IS INFRARED THERMOGRAPHY AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
Infrared Thermography is a means of detecting and analyzing thermal radiation on an object’s surface with the use of cameras. The cameras used are simple, gentle, handheld devices that obtain images which can be read on-site, but can also be saved until later for more in-depth analysis.
Thermal imaging is an incredibly useful and powerful tool for preventative and predictive maintenance, as well as for troubleshooting any electrical issues. It is used by thermal imaging electrical contractors to provide a real-time analysis and report of an object’s apparent temperature gradient in a non-invasive manner.
By observing the infrared radiation that is emitted from the surface of an object, the thermal imaging system can discover thermal anomalies, as well as determine the temperatures. This process allows business owners and homeowners to discover electrical issues before they cause catastrophic damage.
HIGH & LOW VOLTAGE TESTING AND PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE SERVICES FROM FAIRWAY ELECTRICAL SERVICES
Fairway Electrical Services provides Infrared Thermography Services for the electrical systems in your building. Use our thermal imaging services in order to ensure that your electrical systems are working properly or to determine issues before they cause too much damage.
Our services are typically used for:
- Discovering and identifying electrical and mechanical system issues
- Analyzing the envelope and membrane systems of buildings
- Industrial process and storage system troubleshooting
- Location of specialized utilities
- Conducting refractory surveys
- Collecting research and data
- Specialized projects in manufacturing, imaging, aircraft, ships, as well as other structures and various applications
By utilizing the Infrared Thermography services of Fairway Electrical, you are ensuring high-quality and accurate preventative maintenance, as well as peace of mind. When you work with us, we guarantee:
- No interruption of your business processes, even when our team performs scans during regular business hours.
- Collection and analysis of real-time data for troubleshooting purposes.
- Efficient and effective identification of problems
- Setting up monitoring for any potential problem areas
- Regular monitoring as continual preventative maintenance
Our services work to keep your business running by discovering potential problems and helping you implement the essential solution before a disaster occurs. By measuring the temperature of your electrical equipment, we are able to determine at-risk components of your systems.
Equipment gets hot before failure. If you are able to catch that rise in temperature before failure occurs, you will likely be able to prevent it. Preventative maintenance works for keeping things in top condition, ensuring they continue to work properly, and saving time, money, and effort. Infrared Thermography allows you to effectively use preventative maintenance in your building.