444- K(1) of The Home Inspection Professional Licensing Act requires that every licensed home inspector who is engaged in home inspection shall secure, maintain, and file with the Secretary proof of a certificate of liability coverage.
Licensed with New York Dept of State. Walter E. Oldenburg
NYS DOS ID# 16000064496
Member in good standing with the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors
ID # NACHI5060414
I have been in the Communications Businesses since 1977. Wiring homes and commercial properties places me in the most unusual areas of a building and having an understanding of its construction gives me insights you can't learn from a book. So becoming a Home Inspector was a natural fit as I have worked in every phase of construction.
Thermal Imaging Re-defines Home Inspections
By rights, a typical Inspection consist of what we can physically see. However; with thermal Imaging and the right conditions we can sometimes see issues not seen by the human eye. Every Inspection includes a Thermal scan.
Home inspectors shall exhibit honesty and integrity in furtherance of the honor of the home inspection profession.
Thermal imaging (also known as thermography and infrared or IR technology) is an emerging technology that may allow the InterNACHI INSPECTOR to show you things about your home that no one can show you using other inspection methods. Thermal imaging produces images of invisible heat energy emitted from objects and systems in the home and allows us to measure it.