|Can anyone provide clairty on the following;
You loose heat 25% faster in water than on the surface. If testing for water intrusion internaly this would be represented by cool signiture on a thermograph, due to evaporative cooling.
So why when testing for water damage to a flat roof would this be represented by a warm heat signiture, as apparently the water retains heat? Surely water entering a rooing material would help heat transfer resulting in a cooler surface-T?
Am i being stuid?