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Enhancing High Performance Building Practices in New Jersey

AeroBarrier is the only method to reach any level of air tightness, the first time, every time.

For builders aiming to capitalize on the financial benefits offered by EnergyStar, 45L and the New Jersey Clean Energy Program (NJCEP), AeroBarrier is a game-changing solution that can significantly enhance energy efficiency in homes. AeroBarrier is a cutting-edge air sealing technology that not only meets the rigorous standards set by theses programs but exceeds them, making it an ideal choice for builders striving for excellence.

By incorporating AeroBarrier into your construction projects, you can achieve consistent and guaranteed levels of airtightness and energy performance. This innovative technology seals air leaks in the building envelope quickly, efficiently, and with precision, ensuring that every nook and cranny is effectively sealed. AeroBarrier's non-toxic, water-based formula is sprayed into the home and carried by pressurized air, actively sealing any leaks it encounters.

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Why Choose AeroBarrier?

There are several reasons why leading builders in New Jersey are choosing AeroBarrier:
  1. State Incentives and Rebates: The New Jersey Clean Energy Program (NJCEP) offers various rebates and incentives to promote energy efficiency in buildings throughout the state. These incentives are designed to encourage the adoption of energy-efficient technologies and practices, reduce energy consumption, and lower greenhouse gas emissions. Current rebates available through the NJCEP range from $1,000 to $4,000 per house.
  2. Federal Incentives and Rebates: The 45L tax credit is a federal tax incentive in the United States aimed at promoting energy efficiency in residential buildings. It was initially introduced as part of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and has been extended and modified multiple times since then. The current credit ranges from $2,500 to $5,000 per house.
  3. Strong Market Demand: There is a growing market demand for energy-efficient homes in New Jersey. Homebuyers are increasingly seeking environmentally friendly and energy-saving features that can help lower their utility bills and reduce their carbon footprint. Builders can tap into this demand by constructing energy-efficient homes, thereby attracting potential buyers and increasing the marketability of their properties.
  4. Supportive Policies and Regulations: New Jersey has implemented progressive energy policies and regulations aimed at promoting sustainable building practices. The state's Energy Master Plan sets ambitious goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing renewable energy generation. Building codes and standards have been updated to encourage energy efficiency, providing clear guidelines for builders to follow.
  5. Environmental Considerations: New Jersey's commitment to environmental sustainability makes it an ideal choice for builders concerned about ecological impact. The state boasts diverse ecosystems, including coastal areas and preserved natural spaces. Constructing energy-efficient homes with the help of AeroBarrier reduces environmental harm by decreasing energy consumption and carbon emissions, contributing to the preservation of New Jersey's natural beauty.
  6. Collaboration and Networking Opportunities: New Jersey has a vibrant community of professionals and organizations dedicated to energy efficiency and sustainable building practices. AeroBarrier has been a hot topic at several HBA events, including those put on by the Shore Builders Association of Central New Jersey (SBACNJ) and the New Jersey Builders Association (NJBA).
  7. Resilience and Climate Adaptation: New Jersey faces climate-related challenges, including coastal flooding and extreme weather events. Constructing energy-efficient homes with resilient features helps homeowners mitigate the impacts of climate change and reduces vulnerability to future risks. By building energy-efficient homes, builders can contribute to creating more sustainable and resilient communities in the state.
Did you know?

In March of 2023 New Jersey introduced the 2021 IECC requiring all building envelopes to pass 3 ACH50 blower door tests, this includes single family homes, multifamily buildings and townhomes.

Achieving a blower door test result of 3 ACH50 (air changes per hour at 50 Pascals) can be challenging but is not impossible, and the pay off you achieve in energy efficiency makes it totally worth the effort. It requires careful attention to building design, construction techniques, and the implementation of proper air sealing measures. Builders need to pay close attention to details and ensure a comprehensive air barrier throughout the building envelope to minimize air leakage.

This is why AeroBarrier is such an attractive solution for builders in the state of New Jersey. If you would like to explore this option for your projects, contact us to discuss our demo and pilot project opportunities.

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