These are the tools we use everyday on existing homes and new construction. Think of these tools as of a hammer and saw for a carpenter. An insulator needs a blower door, thermal imaging camera, and combustion analyzer to diagnose and determine what needs to be insulated, and sometimes what does not–A home can be sealed too tightly, combustion appliances like fireplaces require a source of fresh air.

Blower door

A Blower Door is a high speed, oversize fan that pressurizes a home. A computer is built in to the fan in order to measure the amount of pressure that is produced in the home. We take the measurements of the house and compare them to a very energy efficient home. We also perform a walk-around so that we can tell you where the most air infiltration is coming from. Using the blower door also helps the thermal imaging camera perform better, allowing the camera to better pick-up the air movement into the home.

Thermal Imaging Camera

Thermal Imaging Cameras show you exactly where the problem areas are quickly so you can focus on detecting energy waste, moisture and electrical issues. It’s the cost-effective and easy way to help save your customers money and expand your opportunities.

We utilize an advanced thermal imaging system to detect heat loss and/or cold air influx at your home or commercial property. Once detected, inexpensive measures can often correct such problems, making a dramatic difference in your monthly energy costs, without putting a large dent in your wallet.

Combustion Analyzer

Testing, measuring, flue gas analyzer Quickly finding, diagnosing, and fixing a carbon monoxide leaks. Once you seal a home you still want to make sure your indoor air quality is still good. This tool helps us with that.

A Combustion Analyzer tests for and measures carbon monoxide and flue gas leaks in and around your combustion appliances. When we seal a home, this tool helps us make sure that the air quality inside your home is high and there are no other problems that need to be addressed.