- Energy Testing
- Radon Mitigation
- Energy Solutions
- Attic Air Sealing
- Attic Insulation
- Attic Ventilation
- Rim Joists: Insulation and Air Sealing
- Rooms above garages
- Sidewalls (Open & Closed Cavities)
- Sloped & Vaulted Ceilings
- Bathroom Exhaust Fans
- Basement Walls
- Story-and-a-half Homes: Cape Cod, Salt Box, Modified A-Frame, Bungalow
- Crawlspace Moisture Control & Insulation
- Insulation Cantilevered floors
- Ice Dams
- Rebates & Incentives
Blower door testing is a way to test the "leakiness" of your home. By depressurizing your home and measuring the rate at which air infiltrates through imperfections in the building envelope, we're able to assess how much energy (and money) is escaping through air leaks, and how much you're likely to save by fixing those leaks.
As part of this process, we will inspect the house with a smoke stick to pinpoint potentially hidden air leaks (making it much easier to address them when the time comes to get to work). We also offer blower door testing as an isolated service to test the effectiveness of improvements that have been made to a home, and to provide homeowners and contractors with a roadmap to further improve a home's efficiency moving forward.
In addition to being a critical component of a whole house energy audit, blower door testing is required for many green building and energy efficient building standards nationwide.
For more information about blower door testing, or to schedule a free phone consultation today, contact us here!
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Bill & Nancy Z., Rice Lake, WI
We appreciated working with your company to help our home be more energy efficient.
Originally, we had contacted WE Energies with some questions and they emailed a list of
companies that work with Focus on Energy. Your company name was on the list and we
checked the website to see what we might learn about you. We were impressed with the
website and even more impressed with Pete Morsch who answered the phone when we called
We admitted to Pete that we had no idea what... (read more)