Air Leakage Templates

Are you looking for ways to improve energy efficiency and reduce air leaks in your building? Our air leakage documentation provides valuable resources and information to help you tackle this issue head-on. Whether you're a homeowner, contractor, or building professional, these documents will equip you with the knowledge and tools you need to address air leaks effectively.

Our collection of air leakage documents includes a variety of resources tailored to different regions and needs. For instance, the "Previous Weatherization Checklist" from Arizona offers specific guidance for weatherizing homes in that region, while the "Blower Door Test" from Volusia County, Florida provides insights into evaluating air leakage through a standardized test. Another document in our collection, the "Envelope Leakage (Blower Door) Test Report" from Lee County, Florida, showcases the results of such a test and highlights areas for improvement.

In addition to these region-specific resources, our air leakage documentation also includes more general guides and toolkits. The "Building Energy Code Resource Guide: Air Leakage Guide" from the Building Technologies Program is an invaluable resource for understanding air leakage requirements and best practices. It offers comprehensive guidance on reducing air leaks and ensuring compliance with energy codes.

We understand that each building is unique, which is why we've included a diverse range of documents in our air leakage collection. Whether you're interested in conducting a blower door test, exploring weatherization checklists, or seeking guidance on reducing air leakage, our documentation has got you covered. Take advantage of these resources and start improving the energy efficiency of your building today.

(Note: The alternate names provided are the same as the group title, so they are not used in the text)




  • Default
  • Name
  • Form number
  • Size

This document is a resource guide for building energy codes and provides information on air leakage in buildings. It is part of the Building Technologies Program.

Loading Icon