Energy codes now require Duct Leakage Testing throughout the Southeast. In some areas, a Blower Door Test is required too. Furthermore many jurisdictions require Manual J and Res Check in order to obtain a building permit. When you pick your trade partner to provide code compliance services, you need someone who has proven they have the capacity you need to respond to your time-sensitive projects.
Building code officials may require a REScheck to verify that your installed combination of insulation R-Values and window U-Values meet or exceed local building code requirements. Some municipalities even require a REScheck certificate prior to issuing a building permit. We perform RESchecks with super-fast turnaround times and great prices for builders, insulators, and spray foam contractors. Learn More
The Duct Blaster Test is similar to the Blower Door Test in that it uses a calibrated fan to pressurize (or depressurize) and measure the airflow that it takes to keep the system at that pressure. The fan used for the duct blaster is very sensitive and capable of measuring very small to very large leakage air flows. Learn More
Blower door testing is now required by many energy codes depending on your state and municipality. Energy raters like ourselves use blower door tests to help determine a home’s airtightness. There are many reasons for establishing the proper building tightness. Learn More
Performance Point is trusted by many home builders and HVAC contractors to complete their HVAC loads. Our HVAC design capability includes Manual J, D, and S. We can even complete 3D renderings of how the ducts should be installed on your project as part of our Next Level services. Learn More
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