Interested in learning about the residential and commercial testing and insulation projects we've completed? Take a look at the case studies below and see how we've helped these satisfied customers achieve greater comfort and reduced operating costs!
We were thrilled to hear from Zion Lutheran Church for air barrier repair service. This process eliminates drafts caused by air leaks that force heating and cooling systems to work harder than they need to and gaps that can be easy access points for troublesome Wisconsin pests. Curious what... Read More
The Waupaca Railroad Depot building was built in 1907 by the Wisconsin Central Railway. After decades of service and a period of disuse, it was acquired by the Waupaca Historical Society and restoration efforts have been underway ever since. Accurate-Airtight Exteriors offered to audit some of... Read More
Built in the 1850's, this mansion is set on a landscaped five-acre bluff-top in a quiet, centrally located residential neighborhood. This Mt. Pleasant Home provides affordable independent living for forty residents in a 30,000 square foot facility. The three main buildings were constructed in... Read More
For a handy homeowner in Baraboo, a DIY insulation project was an exciting endeavor. However, the owner of this aging home wanted expert guidance to ensure their efforts led to the results they were looking for.
When it comes to energy efficiency upgrades, Accurate-Airtight Exteriors works on with many single family residential construction projects, but condominiums and other multi-family buildings will benefit just as much from having air sealing and building... Read More
When Accurate-Airtight Exteriors is asked to help improve the energy efficiency of a home or commercial building, we often focus on the building's air barrier, as air infiltration is one of the most common causes of high energy bills, poor indoor comfort, and unhealthy indoor air.
Before any building performance work was started, Accurate-Airtight Exteriors used commercial building blower door testing to identify and quantify air leaks in the many overhangs of the building. After the project was completed, blower door testing was done again to verify improvements were... Read More
If you're building a new energy-efficient home, making sure your insulation is installed correctly should be front and center, and doing so can make the difference between "pretty good" and "exceptional." Take a super-insulated net-zero home that was recently completed in Spring Green, Wisconsin... Read More