Hey there! Exciting news – Breathe Clean, our company that used to focus on indoor air quality testing and chemical usage, has made a big change! We’ve realized that adding chemistry to a building on a large scale can be unpredictable and have negative consequences for homeowners. So, we’ve decided to take a more comprehensive approach to home performance by treating the whole home as a system.
Don’t worry, we’re still testing air quality, it’s just not our only focus anymore!
Our new approach uses diagnostic tools to identify areas of the home that need improvement and provides tailored solutions for each client. Recently, we received a grant from the Wilmington Alliance, facilitated by Lindsay Pennington of the Pete du Pont Freedom Foundation, which allowed us to acquire a Retrotec 5100 Series Blower Door kit. This tool is a game-changer for us! Its most basic use is to help us measure how much air leaks out of a home and identify areas of the home where the air is leaking in or out.
We believe that by treating the whole home as a system, we can provide better outcomes for homeowners and help create a more sustainable future. By partnering with Energize Delaware, we can also help homeowners access incentives to make energy-efficient upgrades to their homes. This not only helps homeowners save money on their energy bills but also helps reduce their carbon footprint and create a more sustainable future for all.
We’re committed to providing the highest quality services and ensuring that our clients are satisfied with the work we do. We understand that this pivot may be confusing for some of our clients, but we want to take the time to explain our new approach and why it is important.
We’re now working on a program to be able to consult on air quality and home performance issues remotely all over the United States!
As you can tell, there are big things coming for Breathe Clean over the horizon. We’re super excited about these changes and believe that they will allow us to better serve our clients and create a more sustainable future. Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more updates!