When weatherizing your home, it’s important to hire a contractor who is trained to treat your house like a system. Sealing and tightening your house’s envelope is the key to making your home more energy-efficient, but the tighter your home is the more crucial that every system of your home is functioning properly.
Mark Bashista, our Energy Auditor is RESNET-HERS certified, a certified BPI building analyst, a Green Rater, and an NAHB verifier. He is also a licensed and insured General Contractor. He is highly trained, skilled, and he and his team pride themselves on their superlative reputation.
- Air sealing;
- Closed crawl spaces;
- Sealed attics;
- Duct sealing;
- Storm door or window installation;
- Insulated attic hatch installation;
- Can light replacement;
- Door adjustments;
- Bath fan installation;
- Ventilation system installation;
- and just about anything else that may come up.
Remember, it is very important to monitor a home’s tightness when air sealing and weatherization is performed. A certain amount of ventilation is necessary for a healthy home. Back drafting of combustion appliances also needs to be monitored. All our weatherization work includes a test out to be sure your home is safe and healthy.