AIR LEAKAGE TESTING
Through the use of large building fan pressurization testing, Entegrity’s envelope testing experts can identify areas of air infiltration/exfiltration of new and existing buildings. Our air leakage testing equipment, test methodology, and personnel qualifications meet specified requirements for the United States Corps of Engineers (USACE) Air Leakage Test Protocol. Learn more about our Air Leakage Testing.
INDOOR AIR QUALITY TESTING
Buildings exist to protect people from the elements and to otherwise support human activity. Buildings should not make people sick, cause them discomfort, or otherwise inhibit their ability to perform. How effectively a building functions to support its occupants, and how efficiently the building operates to keep maintenance and operations costs manageable are important measures of a building’s performance. Learn more about Indoor Air Quality Testing.
Entegrity’s Infrared (IR) Thermography surveying services can be used to diagnose areas of building envelope leakage (air and water), thermal bridging, and/or missing insulation through the use of non-intrusive, interior and exterior thermal inspections. By using high-resolution handheld and drone operated radiometric infrared cameras, these inspections can be performed quickly at various points in the construction process (or after construction). Our infrared thermography services help ensure the envelope installation meets project requirements, minimize envelope related warranty issues, and identify leakage points when problems do exist. Learn more about IR Thermography.
WATER INTRUSION TESTING
Entegrity’s water intrusion testing services provide a cost-effective solution to evaluate the performance of installed windows, doors, storefronts, curtain walls, sloped glazing systems, skylights, and exterior building facades for new and existing buildings. With the use of spray wands, racks, pressurization equipment, thermographic cameras and other testing equipment, Entegrity’s water intrusion testing service meets specified industry standards from the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) or American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) testing protocols. Learn more about Water Intrusion Testing.
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