Priority Energy services the Village of Arlington Heights, IL

Schedule your Arlington Heights Blower Door or Duct Test Today!

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Priority Energy has been providing Blower Door  tests and Duct Leak tests for the Village of Arlington Heights in Cook County, IL since the adoption of the IECC 2015 code. Builders and contractors in the village and surrounding areas have been relying on Priority Energy's code compliance expertise for their timely and accurate testing and verification reports required by the village to obtain their Certificate of Occupancy. 

Builders were a bit resistant to the mandated air tightness testing in the beginning, and air leakage was a little higher than allowed, but builders have worked with Priority Energy to tighten their homes and most are now able to confidently meet the required envelope tightness level. Many of Arlington Heights' builders and HVAC contractors have also chosen to work with Priority Energy for the required Manual J, D, S calculations in order to meet the village's requirement for building permits. Additional home performance and indoor air quality services are also becoming important to Arlington Heights' builders and homeowners, alike. 

The average blower door leakage for an Arlington Heights home is just over 3.8 ACH50, but please take a look at how the area's test results have evolved over time, and as always we like to give credit where credit is due - we will be on the look out for Arlington Heights' tightest home!  Currently that honor belongs to North Mark Construction with a result of 2.6 ACH50

  • Thank you again and you will be the first person I call if I need additional part or service from your company.
    Anonymous
  • I just wanted to send this message to all you and say GREAT JOB!  We had a rough inspection today and passed for the Woodward Ave. house. The inspector told us "if every house I inspected looked like this one I would be out a job".

    Anonymous Builder
  • We were so impressed with the amount of information the Priority Energy technicians gave us during our ENERGY AUDIT.  If you are buying a house, I would strongly recommend having them do an energy audit on it, in addition to your usual home inspection.

    P.I.
  • Thanks for a super intelligent and deep seminar expertly handled by a staff which was a pleasure to be around. Lunch was superbly and subtly handled.

    A.S. Architect
  • I wanted to thank you for all of your extra time and energy during our BPI training over the last few weeks. You really helped put things in perspective. You are an awesome crew and your facility is a valuable resource for students and the community

    BPI Student, L.E.
  • There is much less dust in the house and the monthly gas and electric charges have been reduced by 10 to 15%.....I'm sure I will see greater savings over a twelve month period......thanks again.

    Aeroseal Client, R.N.
  • Just completed my BPI Field exam for my Quality Control Inspector (QCI) certification renewal at Priority Energy.
    Such a convenient and well-set-up training and test center with caring and knowledgeable staff and proctors! Thanks folks!

     

    P.R., Ottawa, IL
  • It's been cold here for the past few days and I really feel the difference in heating since the building was Aerosealed! My apartment is so much warmer now. Thank you Priority Energy!

     

    Miruna; Tenant at Country Manor Apartments, Peru, IL
  • Anytime I can be a reference for all the great work on my (new) house, please let me know.  Priority Energy is outstanding at what they do!

    Executive at Medline Industries, IL

Latest News

Aeroseal VOC Compliance Cert
Recent testing by Berkeley Analytical officially concluded that DUCTSEAL, the Aeroseal  sealant used to seal leaky ductwork is compliant for low volatile organic chemical (VOC) emissions.
Blower Door test at CVS Pharmacy in Glen Ellyn, IL
The newly constructed CVS Pharmacy at the corner of Roosevelt Rd and Park Blvd in Glen Ellyn, IL meets Illinois' energy efficiency requirements and is ready for occupancy!  Priority Energy recently completed the mandatory IECC Blower Door test on the 38,000 s.f.