In a world where people will do anything for a buck, we at Capital Infrared pride ourselves on providing a quality service without compromising our values…or yours.

Capital Infrared operates by some of the highest ethical standards in our industry. In fact, we provide each one of our clients with a copy of the application standards, which defines how we operate from the very beginning of our service relationship. From the very start, customers know where we stand and what we believe and can rest assured knowing that we are totally focused on providing our clients with a thorough inspection service.

We adhere to the standards set forth by the Infraspection Institute. Recognizing the need for standardized procedures, the Infraspection Institute began publishing guidelines for thermography in 1993. Since their initial publication, infraspection_sealInfraspection Institute guidelines have been adopted by hundreds of companies worldwide and incorporated into documents published by recognized standards organizations such as the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM). Beginning in 2007, Infraspection Institute guidelines were updated and renamed as standards to reflect their industry-wide acceptance and the best practices they embody. Each Infraspection standard provides simple and straightforward procedures along with the requirements for properly documenting test results. Infraspection application standards provide a blueprint for both specifying and performing infrared inspections.

Application Standards for Infrared Inspections:

  • Standard for Infrared Inspection of Electrical Systems & Rotating Equipment
  • Standard for Infrared Inspection of Building Envelopes
  • Standard for Infrared Inspection of Insulated Roofs
  • Standard for Infrared Inspection of Installed Photovoltaic (PV) Systems
  • Standard for Measuring and Compensating for Reflected Temperature Using Infrared Imaging Radiometers
  • Standard for Measuring and Compensating for Emittance Using Infrared Imaging Radiometers
  • Standard for Measuring and Compensating for Transmittance of an Attenuating Medium Using Infrared Imaging Radiometers
  • Standard for Measuring Distance/Target Size Values for Infrared Imaging Radiometers

Standards of Practice for Residential and Commercial Inspections:

InterNACHI, the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, is the world’s largest organization of residential and commercial property inspectorAs a federally tax-exempt, 501(c)(6) non-profit, InterNACHI:

InterNACHI inspectors follow comprehensive Residential Standards of Practice and Commercial Standards of Practice and are bound by a strict Code of Ethics.  The membership takes part in the regular exchange of professional experiences and ideas to support each other.  InterNACHI maintains an industry blog, Inspection Forum, and local Chapters in support of this important exchange of information.  InterNACHI provides its members with other means of direct and membership-wide communication to further their understanding of their particular roles in the inspection industry and how best to serve their clients.  The benefits of this cross-communication enhance the members’ ability to build their businesses and develop specialized ancillary services, especially in energy inspections.

In fulfilling this fundamental objective of training and mentoring its inspector-members, InterNACHI’s broader mission is to educate homeowners by helping them understand the functions, materials, systems and components of their properties.  InterNACHI inspectors are committed to providing consistent, accessible and trusted information to their clients about their properties’ condition.