Air Barrier Testing

Air barrier systems are still a relatively new facet of building enclosures. As their name suggests, air barriers are designed to limit uncontrolled air leakage and provide a continuous airtight seal across all sides of the building envelope (roof, slabs & walls).
Quality Assurance Air Barrier Testing – Inspections

Building Enclosure Consulting

Our attention to detail sets TMI® above the rest when it comes to our building enclosure consulting services. We closely examine project drawings and documents to help contractors and building owners avoid costly mistakes during the course of construction.
Design Reviews Air Barrier Continuity – Pre-Construction Coordination – Air Barrier Consulting – WUFI

Whole Building Airtightness Testing

TMI® has experience testing complex federal and commercial buildings to United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Air Leakage Test Protocol and American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standards (ASTM E779). TMI® Building Enclosure Specialists serve on the ABAA committee involved in writing the upcoming ASTM standard for building enclosure airtightness testing.
Whole Building Airtightness Testing

Infrared Thermography

You can never have too much information when it comes to your building. Our building envelope diagnostic testing services provide the valuable feedback contractors and building owners need to ensure an effective building enclosure.
Thermal Imaging/Air & Moisture– Smoke Generation Techniques 

Field Mock-up/ Assembly Testing

TMI® has provided its field performance testing services on a variety of construction projects ranging from high-rise retro-fits tonewly-constructed Armed Forces facilities. Our team of technicians has the knowledge and expertise to conduct field testing on all types of buildings.
Qualitative & Quantitative Testing -Air Infiltration Testing –Water Penetration Testing – Adhesion/Cohesion Testing 

Why do I need a Building Envelope Air Leakage Test?

Did we get what we paid for?
Does the building meet its design criteria for a continuous air barrier?
Did the installer/general contractor deliver the continuous air barrier required by the specifications and/or codes?