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Why Get an Audit of Your Home’s Energy Usage?
Get an energy audit for your home to increase the efficiency of your HVAC system and improve health, safety, and comfort. Not only will you have cleaner, better air quality, you’ll also make your home more environmentally friendly and lower your bills.
Innovative Home Energy Auditing Equipment
Technicians will use their extensive training to visually inspect your entire HVAC system and look for opportunities to improve energy efficiency. After the visual inspection, infrared technology is used to audit the heating and cooling loss in your home. These infrared images will help identify areas for improvement as far as your energy efficiency. After a visual inspection, infrared images of the home are taken, indicating to the auditing professional which areas have significant heat and cooling loss. Once the problem areas have been identified using these images, they can be addressed and energy efficiency in the home can be maximized.
Technicians will also perform blower door testing to identify areas where heated and cooled air is leaking from your system. A calibrated fan will be mounted to an exterior door on your home to create a vacuum. The vacuum will expose leaks in your home by creating obvious drafts. These areas can be sealed to prevent further energy loss.
A blower door test is also performed in order to indicate areas of the home that need sealing, weatherstripping or other attention to reduce energy loss. Using a calibrated fan that mounts onto an exterior door of the home, a vacuum is created by pulling air out of the home, allowing outside air to flow in. This produces an obvious draft, exposing any unsealed crevices in the home.
Aeroseal Duct Sealing Technology
Aeroseal Duct Sealing is a patented breakthrough technology that tackles leaks from the inside out. Aeroseal software allows the technician to accurately measure the duct leakage in residential homes and commercial buildings. The Aeroseal process puts escaping air under pressure and causes polymer particles to stick first to the edges of a leak, then to each other until the leak is closed.
After leaks have been identified in your ducts, our technicians can use patented aerosol technology to seal the problem areas from the inside. Polymer particles stick together in pressurized areas where air can escape. These particles stick to the edges of an unsealed area to fill the hole until the leakage has been completely stopped.
The technology was developed within the Indoor Environment Program at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, whose IAQ scientists tested it. The research was funded by US Environmental protection agency, US dept. of Energy, Electric Power Research Institute and California Institute of Energy and Environment. The University of California was granted initial patents in 1996 and 1999, and Aeroseal holds an exclusive license to the technology.
Reduce Energy Bills
Energy savings are hard to predict because they depend on a wide variety of factors. The utility costs in your area, the climate, the age of your HVAC units, and your specific use habits will all affect how much you will save on your energy bills. Some homeowners will experience massive energy savings, while others will see smaller changes in their bills.
Most Reliable Home Energy Audit
Regardless of how much money you save on your energy bills, you can count on seeing significant benefits. You’ll get even heating and cooling throughout your house, better air quality, and reduction of any odors or fumes you may experience currently.
While energy savings resulting from reducing leakage vary based on climate, utility rates, and your heating and cooling system, the other goals of even temperatures in all rooms, improved indoor air quality, and reduction of odors and fumes will be achieved regardless of those conditions. In commercial building applications, Aeroseal also solves ventilation issues in addition to energy savings. Commercial energy audits can also solve airflow problems in larger buildings.
Contact Our Team of Auditing Pros Today!
Where are you losing energy in your home? We can tell you by performing an energy audit on your home today and help you understand if you qualify for APS, SRP, and Southwest Gas rebates.
In an Aeroseal air duct diagnostic, a certified Aeroseal technician inspects and evaluates your central air duct system and recommends ways to maximize your savings and improve your home comfort or improve building efficiency and solve air flow / ventilation problems.
Major factors during inspections are construction practices, type of duct work, age of the home / building, hot or cold or stuffy rooms, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) problems, high energy bills etc.
Aeroseal’s trained and certified technicians use computer-based tools and reports to gather information about duct leakage and register airflows.
We Fix & Seal Leaky Ducts
- The amount and percentage of air leaking from the ductwork and other air flow or ventilation problems.
- Inconsistent temperature variations throughout the home or building.
- Air flow levels for each room.
- Backdraft and combustion safety hazard potential for fireplaces, furnaces, and gas heater rooms and closets in residential homes.
- Manual repair needs of air duct system.
Energy audits focus primarily on improving the health, safety and comfort of those dwelling in the home, increasing the home’s energy efficiency and can also help homeowners to reduce energy bills. Home energy audits include diagnostic testing and a thorough visual inspection of your home by experienced experts that know exactly what to look for.
Get your Phoenix HVAC diagnostic from Arizona’s #1 rated company on Angie’s List. Our certified technicians will maximize the efficiency of your air ducts to lower energy costs and increase air quality. Contact us today to ask about our flexible scheduling.