For more than thirty years, Energy Diagnostics has been a nationally recognized energy rating company providing third-party residential analysis and certification. Our services provide builders with the tools to design and construct high-performing buildings while ensuring that homeowners benefit from cost-savings, greater comfort, and improved air quality.
Working with building professionals throughout the country, Energy Diagnostics is committed to providing comprehensive energy code compliance and testing services for new construction builders. Our team of energy professionals is here to help your next project run smoothly.
We offer a variety of testing and analysis options to ensure your building achieves energy code compliance. With experts knowledgeable in each state’s specific energy code, our team will work with you to find the best pathway to compliance.
Analysis of the energy components of a building’s design targets the best scenarios for the efficiency of the building. Using industry-leading software, our energy experts models the building based on prints provided to maximize efficiency.
Specialized air flow and pressure measuring devices are used to monitor and analyze the effectiveness of the building envelope. The blower door test quantifies the amount of air leakage through the enclosure and measures air changes. Blower door tests are also used to show areas of a home that lack proper sealing, providing opportunities for leakage, minimizing a home’s overall efficiency. Similarly, a duct leakage test measure the airtightness of HVAC ductwork, indicating areas that require further attention for proper sealing.
Air sealing a house increases its overall comfort by reducing drafts and improving indoor air quality. Air sealing is one of the most cost-effective tools to improve a home’s efficiency. Air sealing is typically performed after framing and insulation have been completed in new construction, once all mechanicals are installed. Our unique air sealing product is used to seal joints and penetrations that occur during construction, but may be overlooked by insulators.
Utility companies offer a multitude of rebates for builders, developers, and homeowners to incentivize them to build and/or retrofit energy-efficient homes. Our staff will ensure that you understand all rebates and tax credits you are eligible to receive and will work with you to submit the required information to receive them.