Weatherization Works



     Weatherization uses science and technologies that identify the heat losses and fixes them. Many families have drafts and cold rooms that can be fixed. The money spent correcting the problems in the house immediately pay for themselves through energy bill savings.

      Because of newer "green" technologies, weatherization has become a growing concern for many commercial and residential buildings and contractors are looking for advice when it comes to meeting code requirements for energy efficiency and insulating standards.

     There are major environmental benefits to weatherization. Using less oil and gas known as fossil fuels reduce pollution and greenhouse gases causing global warming. Reducing the use of fossil fuels also helps clean the air by reducing the amount of particulates in the air, the tiny pieces of pollution we breath everyday.

    The first step is to find out which parts of your house use the most energy. The weatherization process includes:

  • A full blower door test before and after weatherization
  • Infrared inspection before and after weatherization

    We visually inspect your home, including the attic and crawl space, ┬áchecking for holes or cracks around your walls, ceilings, windows, doors, light and plumbing fixtures, switches, and electrical outlets that can leak air into or out of your home. We inspect and check the insulation levels in your home. Your attic, ceilings and floors may already be insulated. But how about your exterior walls and crawl spaces?


Weatherization Services

Blower Door Test

We Start with a blower door test to find all areas where air is entering the building envelope We end with a blower door test to quanify results. Learn more >>

Infrared Technolgy

Infrared Cameras are also used to help locate air leaks and any moisture intrusions into the crawl space or the building envelope. Learn more >>

Leak Sealing

Air sealing is the least expensive way to reduce your energy consumtion. This alone can reduce your power 30 percent or more. Learn more >>

TRC is proudly serving customers in these areas

Angier Weatherization

Cary Weatherization

Clayton Weatherization

Durham Weatherization

Garner Weatherization

Knightdale Weatherization

Pittsboro Weatherization

Rolesville Weatherization

Wake Forest Weatherization

Youngsville Weatherization

Apex Weatherization

Chapel Hill Weatherization

Creedmoor Weatherization

Fuquay Varina Weatherization

Holly Springs Weatherization

Morrisville Weatherization

Raleigh Weatherization

Sanford Weatherization

Wendell Weatherization

Zebulon Weatherization


Chatham County Weatherization

Durham County Weatherization

Lee County Weatherization

Johnston County Weatherization

Orange County Weatherization

Wake County Weatherization



Contact us directly at (919) 924-7600




Weatherize Resources

Did You Know?

Progress Energy offers credits on your energy bill for upgrading your homes insulation

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How much enrgy does your home use?

An energy audit will tell you the exact energy efficiency your home.

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