Whole House Testing Jacksonville

When you call Donovan Heat & Air for Whole House Testing, our certified HVAC specialists will help you achieve consistent, comfortable temperatures throughout your home. You’ll benefit from healthy and pleasant humidity levels year round, reduced accumulation of dust, less system noise and repair, while saving anywhere from ten to fifty percent on your utility bills. Our team of professionals has the knowledge, instruments and training to test your house for tightness, moisture and insulation issues. We’ll uncover where and how much air your house is leaking, and make recommendations that will lead to improved equipment performance, reduced costs, better comfort and a healthier indoor environment. Our comfort specialist can also discuss equipment options, such as dehumidifiers and indoor air cleaners, to achieve the highest level of indoor air quality.

Setup a Consultation

Whole House Testing begins with an initial “Comfort Interview”. A Donovan Heat & Air consultant will welcome any information you can provide, such as areas in the home that feel clammy, smell musty, are prone to static shock or require dusting more often than others. We encourage your entire family to participate, since everyone’s idea of comfort is a little different.


When replacing your air-conditioning system it is important to factor in the duct-work, insulation, and building envelope.

Your Donovan Heat & Air consultant will inspect your heating and cooling equipment for efficiency, dependability, and safety. We’ll look for signs of deterioration, faulty installation or inadequate maintenance. A clean, well-lubricated system provides greater comfort with less wear and tear, energy use and breakdowns. By evaluating your system’s air filtration and purification efficiency, we can conclude whether or not improvements are needed for cleaner indoor air.

Insufficient Insulation & Leaks

A major concern is quality of insulation. Even the highest quality of heating and cooling equipment will struggle to keep your home at desired temperatures if your insulation is insufficient. Your Donovan Heat & Air consultant will inspect insulation levels to make certain they meet current recommendations, and also check for any hidden defects that might allow air and heat to bypass insulation.

We’ll pinpoint just where you’re losing conditioned air from your home. Not every leak, however, is cause for concern. When considering air quality, minor leaks around windows and doors let in fresh air, making them good leaks. Leaks that let in dusty, moldy or polluted air from your garage, attic or crawl space are bad leaks. Ductwork can greatly contribute to wasted energy and polluted air. Leaking air ducts are often the cause of degraded performance of heating and cooling equipment. Hidden design flaws or blockage can restrict airflow, wasting money and reducing comfort. Nationwide, over 66% of heat pumps and air conditioners suffer from this problem.

Schedule Whole House Testing

The certified technicians from Donovan Heat & Air will perform a Whole House Testing, evaluating all of your home’s comfort systems and getting to the bottom of where you’re wasting money, losing comfort and reducing air quality. If you’re experiencing hot or cold spots in your home, suffering from dry skin & bloody noses in the winter, mold & mildew in the summer, and paying sky-high utility bills, we can help. We’ll explain the results of your home checkup and offer a prioritized plan of action. Many improvements, such as additional insulation or weather-stripping, can be do-it-yourself projects. Others may require the training, knowledge and the tools of the professionals from Donovan Heat & Air. When you call us for Whole House Testing, we make sure you achieve absolute comfort, efficiency and healthy indoor air quality in every room of your house. Schedule Whole House Testing Today!


When your home is above grade it is important to have a clean area under the home. This prevents mold and mildew from entering your home.


The attic tent can seal a 2 foot by 4 foot hole going into the attic. This hole can be a pathway of hot air into your home. It can also prevent fiberglass dust from entering your home.