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What is EnspectorPro?

EnspectorPro is an online tool developed by the University of Central Florida's Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC) for blower door testing based upon collaboration with the BOAF CDC. The tool allows Energy Raters and Blower Door Testers to enter test data at the construction site using the internet and e-mail the completed BOAF Envelope Leakage Test Report directly to the Builder or Building Code Official.

What will EnspectorPro do for your Building Department?

  • Cloud based source for blower door tester qualification verification
  • Registry of blower door test reports
  • Generates the BOAF-approved Envelope Leakage/Blower Door Test Report approved by the Florida Energy TAC and the Florida Building Commission
  • Enforces ANSI/RESNET/ICC 380 Standards for single and multi-point blower door tests
  • Quality Assurance can be provided

Envelope Leakage Test Report?

The tool generates the Envelope Leakage Test Report developed by BOAF and FSEC which was approved by the Florida Energy TAC and the Florida Building Commission for use with 2017 FL Code as part of the 6th Edition Technical Assistance Manual (TAM).

Why is the Proposed ACH50 included on the Envelope Leakage Test Report?

It is important to note the BOAF Envelope Leakage Test Report includes the proposed ACH50 from the R405 Form. The tested ACH50 must be less than or equal to the proposed ACH50 if it is below 7 ACH50.

Why does each report include a header?

The header on the top of each Envelope Leakage Test Report includes an internet address where the Energy Rater or Blower Door Tester's credentials can be verified (www.enspectorpro.com/verify). The report itself can also be verified for authenticity using the same internet address.

How can the credentials be verified?

Open an internet browser and go to www.enspectorpro.com/verify. Then select the Tester Certification Type and enter the Tester ID provided in the header of the report.

How can the report be verified?

Open an internet browser and go to www.enspectorpro.com/verify. Enter the unique FSEC Report ID provided in the header of the report. The archived report will be displayed for comparison to the report submitted to the Building Department.

What is QA?

QA stands for quality assurance. FSEC is an approved RESNET Certified QA Provider and is responsible for providing independent oversight to Energy Raters and Blower Door Testers.

Why is QA important?

The QA Provider trains Energy Raters and Blower Door Testers according to ANSI/RESNET/ICC 380 as set forth in the 2017 Florida Building Code. The QA Provider ensures testing is performed according to the provisions of the Standard and results are reported accurately.

How do we keep up to date with changing test requirements?

EnspectorPro is an online tool which enables us to ensure it is in compliance with the latest Standards. For example, the tool enforces the ANSI/RESNET/ICC 380 requirement of adding 10% for single point blower door test.

FSEC QA?

FSEC also performs quality assurance including random field verification of blower door results.

Sample report

The sample report below is provided for reference and to demonstrate the information displayed to verify the credentials and the report on the Verify page. The Tester ID Type for this this sample report would be FSEC Envelope Leakage Test Certification ID.

EnspectorPro Sample Report

Sample Report without Proposed ACH50

The sample Envelope Leakage Test Report below is provided for reference and to demonstrate the information displayed to verify the credentials and the report on the Verify page. The Tester ID Type for this sample report would be FSEC Envelope Leakage Test Certification ID.

EnspectorPro Sample Report Without Proposed ACH50