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Blower Door Testing

Blower Door Testing imageProfessional energy auditors at Bob Chambers Heating and Air Conditioning use blower door tests to help determine a home’s airtightness.

What is a Blower Door Test.  Quite simply it is a process to detect air leaks in your home that may be affecting your comfort and your energy costs.

These are some reasons for establishing the proper building tightness:

  • Reducing energy consumption due to air leakage
  • Avoiding moisture condensation problems
  • Avoiding uncomfortable drafts caused by cold air leaking in from the outdoors
  • Making sure that the home’s air quality is not too contaminated by indoor air pollution.

How They Work

A blower door is a powerful fan that mounts into the frame of an exterior door. The fan pulls air out of the house, lowering the air pressure inside. The higher outside air pressure then flows in through all unsealed cracks and openings. The auditors may use a smoke pencil to detect air leaks. These tests determine the air infiltration rate of a building.

Blower doors consist of a frame and flexible panel that fit in a doorway, a variable-speed fan, a pressure gauge to measure the pressure differences inside and outside the home, and an airflow manometer and hoses for measuring airflow.

Diagnostic Tools

There are two types of blower doors: calibrated and uncalibrated. It is important that auditors use a calibrated door. This type of blower door has several gauges that measure the amount of air pulled out of the house by the fan. Uncalibrated blower doors can only locate leaks in homes. They provide no method for determining the overall tightness of a building. The calibrated blower door’s data allow the auditor to quantify the amount of air leakage and the effectiveness of any air-sealing job.

Preparing for a Blower Door Test

Take the following steps to prepare your home for a blower door test:

  • Close windows and open interior doors
  • Turn down the thermostats on heaters and water heaters
  • Cover ashes in wood stoves and fireplaces with damp newspapers
  • Shut fireplace dampers, fireplace doors, and wood stove air intakes.

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Inspection Is The Key

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Regular inspection and maintenance will keep your heating and cooling system operating at its peak performance level. Here are some reasons you should schedule a heating & cooling tune-up twice a year:

•   Required by manufacturers to keep your warranty valid
•   Ensures your system works at an optimum level
•   Helps reduce your utility bills
•   Can prevent costly repair bills by uncovering small problems before they become expensive ones

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New System Installation

New System Installation imageWhen replacing a furnace, air conditioning unit, boiler, heat pump or other HVAC system, you can rely on Bob chambers Heating and Air Conditioning professionals to get the job done right. You might be in need of a new system if your existing unit:

  • Is 7 years or older
  • Requires frequent repairs
  • Fails to heat or cool certain areas of your home
  • Runs excessively
  • Constantly turns on and off
  • Produces unusually high utility bills

Call Bob Chambers Heating and Air Conditioning today at (580) 355-1749 to schedule to schedule a system inspection and help you determine your heating and air needs.

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Heater Inspection Time

AC Unit Inspection and Service imageOh, just stop sweating it – give your home a heating and cooling checkup. With a Performance Inspection, our NATE-certified expert technician will help you relax and understand just what deal is with home’s environment. Think of this inspection as a smart way to effectively examine the resources that make your home a haven from the elements.

Our detailed visual furnace and air conditioning analysis locates any potential furnace, air conditioner and air quality issues and needed HVAC repairs or risks. Best of all, our experts will tell if Old Faithful – or whatever name you give your heating or cooling system – deserves repairs, needs maintenance or replacement. Allergy sufferers could also greatly benefit from the professional air quality assessment we include in this low-cost service. Remember, you have a right to live well.

Our System Inspection includes a visual check on:

  • Thermostat calibration
  • Air filter
  • Blower components
  • Correct airflow
  • Electrical connections
  • Proper system operation
  • Installation quality
  • Equipment area
  • Equipment clearances
  • Equipment condition
  • Condenser
  • Evaporator coils
  • Starting capabilities
  • Safety controls
  • Temperature differentiation
  • Refrigerant pressure
  • Condensate drains
  • Equipment match
  • Heat mode
  • Defrost cycle
  • Auxiliary heat operation
  • Heat exchanger
  • Ignition assembly
  • Burner assembly
  • Venting
  • Vent clearances
  • Combustion air
  • Gas pressure
  • Gas piping

In addition to these 28 checks, we make your comfort a priority. Our exclusive Home Health™ Report Card gives you a thorough review about any risks associated with the air inside your home. Affordable and trustworthy – we are here to help you. Let us transform your home into the comfortable and inviting destination it should be.

Call Bob Chambers Heating and Air Conditioning today at (580) 355-1749 to schedule your heating system inspection.

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