November 11, 2017 – With frigid temperatures blanketing the Northeast, many homeowners are thinking how to stay warm with the existing insulation they have installed in their home, while reducing their heating bills. This has prompted national news coverage from major broadcast networks like The Weather Channel and CBS News.
“What is that burning smell when I start my furnace?”
Meteorologist Kelly Cass took a look at some of the top issues facing residents when they start up their furnace for the first time this winter in a segment focused on “What is that burning smell when I start my furnace?” and other ways to staying warm this winter in this light and airy segment that aired on the coldest day of the year so fr in 2017, on Saturday November 17th.
In another segment that aired on CBS, Meteorologist Vanessa Murdock explained how air escapes from your home through opening, cracks, crevices, windows and doors. The New York weather person went on to explain how people can help themselves by downloading an app to monitor these air leaks with a built in infrared detection from their iPhone or Samsung devices.
What is air leakage and how can I detect it in my home?
One of the most widely used insulation monitoring camera if made by FLIR. The company’s website spells it out for homeowners to better understand by stating ” FLIR C2 is the world’s first full-featured, pocket-sized thermal camera designed for a wide range of building and electrical/mechanical applications. Keep it on you so you’re ready anytime to find hidden hotspots, energy waste, structural defects, plumbing clogs, HVAC issues, and other problems. FLIR C2 makes it more affordable than ever to add the powerful advantage of thermal imaging.”
To learn more, visit FLIR