Johnson’s Professional Services began as Johnson’s Cleaning Services in the early 1970’s and provided window and pressure cleaning services along with commercial floor maintenance. Daniel Johnson graduated from Worth County High School in 1995 and immediately began attending classes at Moultrie Technical College from which he graduated in 1997 with an HVAC diploma. In 2001, the founder Dan Johnson, changed fields and Daniel Johnson took over the business, changing the name to Johnson’s Professional Services. In 2004 Daniel studied and became a Home Inspector, and from 2007-2011 was also a licensed GA relator. In the meantime Daniel also became certified to repair Mobility equipment such as power-chairs etc. In 2018 Daniel was hired by the City of Albany GA as a Construction Specialist which is a convoluted title for a person that oversees construction projects.
Here at Johnson’s Professional Services We use next Generation Technology like Infrared (thermal imaging). This is an advanced, non-invasive technology that allows the inspector to show homeowners situations regarding their homes that cannot be revealed using conventional inspection methods. An infrared inspection can assist the inspector in identifying moisture intrusion, energy loss, and even unexpected hot spots in the electrical.
A thermographic inspection is either an interior or exterior survey. The Home Inspector or energy auditor decides which method would give the best results under certain weather conditions. Interior scans are more common, because warm air escaping from a building does not always move through the walls in a straight line. Heat loss detected in one area of the outside wall might originate at some other location on the inside of the wall. Also, it is harder to detect temperature differences on the outside surface of the building during windy weather. Because of this difficulty, interior surveys are generally more accurate because they benefit from reduced air movement. We also supply Thermographic scans within our Inspection Reports. Thermographic scans, or thermograms are images that show surface heat variations. This technology has a number of applications;
• detect hot electrical connections or components (above right Image)
• detect the heat created by excessive friction
• detect heat losses and air leakage in Residential/ commercial structures (image on right)
Electrical (Hot Spot) Detected
Viewing Heat Loss Detection in real-time
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