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Becoming a Residential Thermologist means you will gain the ability to perform an residential infrared inspection.
Now Approved for 6 of Hours CE in Kentucky
Continuing Education Provider Number: 1170
CE Course Number: 22931
What would you do if you had the ability to see what your competition couldn’t?
Becoming a Residential Thermologist means you will gain the ability to perform an residential infrared inspection. From common energy loss, “invisible” roof leaks, and block wall foundation inspection to light electrical applications, you will have the knowledge to discover, record, and diagnose common residential issues.
Kentucky Thermal Institute is a proud affiliate of KREIA. The Director of KTI, John Harnage, is a licensed Home Inspector in the state of KY and FL 13 years running. John has been using Thermal Imaging for 9 of those 13 years.
Thermal Imaging is a NON-INVASIVE way to get ahead of the curve and set your business apart from those who do not use thermal imaging.
FLIR Infrared Cameras give you the ability to easily and effectively see what the human eye cannot. FLIR brands themselves as the ‘Sixth Sense’ for a reason.