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Florida Weatherization

The videos listed below are intended as a refresher for previous attendees of FSEC's Florida Weatherization training course. The videos demonstrate testing methods that weatherization inspectors need to perform in order to determine the appropriate weatherization measures needed, and to ensure the safe operation of the house.

 

The steps shown here should be performed prior to any other testing.

This test is used to determine the location of the air barrier or in other words, if the zone is "inside" or "outside."

This test is used to determine the air tightness of the building.

This test evaluates the duct system and determines if there is duct leakage.

This test is used to determine if a pressure relief mechanism (i.e. jump duct) is needed when a door is closed.

This test is used to determine if the Carbon Monoxide (CO) level is safe when the appliance is in operation.

This test is used to determine if the Carbon Monoxide (CO) level is safe when the appliance is in operation.

This test is used to determine the worst case depressurization scenario of a house without a fireplace.

This test is used to determine the worst cast depressurization scenario of a house with a fireplace.