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Walsh Electric Utilizes Infrared Thermal Imaging to Prevent Potential Electrical Problems

Walsh Electric, a locally owned electrical services firm in Northern Virginia uses infrared thermal imaging to uncover hidden hot spots and electrical problems. It also avoids the costly repairs in the future.

Aug 18 2013, 3:13am CDT | by PR.com

Springfield, VA, August 18, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Established in 1985, Walsh Electric provides a full range of electrical and emergency services for business, industrial customers as well as government agencies throughout Northern Virginia, D.C., and Maryland. Now, they are utilizing infrared thermal imaging to spot potential electrical problems that aren't visible.

"Infrared Thermal Imaging is a non-invasive diagnostic technique that doesn't interrupt business as usual. With this advanced technology, our trained and licensed electricians in Northern Virginia can efficiently perform this diagnostic service in real time while your facilities are running at full electrical load," stated Owner Ed Walsh.

The view from an infrared camera sees and compares the relative temperature of surface area to that of its surroundings. These comparisons can identify invisible or undetected problems which can be caused by issues that lie below the surface of a floor, behind a wall, or above a ceiling. The images seen by the camera can reveal problems with moisture, electrical, and HVAC systems, as well as concerns with insulation, foundation, framing, plumbing, and more. Walsh Electric uses this state-of-the-art technology to identify potential electrical problems in areas such as electrical panels, electric motors and overhead lines.

Their licensed, insured and bonded electricians have extensive training and experience to accurately interpret the thermal images and recommend appropriate repairs for potential problems before they become big trouble. The commendable firm normally performs infrared thermal imaging for customers in conjunction with the Switchgear preventive maintenance service. Along with exemplary electrical maintenance service, Walsh Electric are experienced in working on a versatile range of projects that includes computer network and telephone cabling, motor control & service, surge & lighting protection, sub metering electrical service and video security/CCTV.

He also said, "It's never occurred to me to turn down a project, even a complicated one, because I know we are smart enough to figure it out. When you call Walsh Electric, our technicians arrive uniquely equipped to handle everything from regular maintenance services to solving a major power problem that has shut down your business."

Walsh Electric has untarnished record of excellence and integrity with the Better Business Bureau. "Many Walsh Electric customers have relied on our expertise and service for more than 28 years. Over 90% of our customers call us every time they need an electrician," Ed Walsh added finally.

About Walsh Electric

Since 1985, Walsh Electric is working closely with architects and building committees to provide a full spectrum of commercial electrical services. They also have gained considerable experience in property management, realtors, churches, restaurants and car dealerships. For more info, log on to http://walshelectricalservice.com/

Contact Information:
Walsh Electrical Service
Ed Walsh
Contact via Email
7420 Alban Station Ct. #A10Ω

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