WTC Photo Gallery
WTC Instructor Jack Wilson examines a weatherization tactics project.
WTC Instructor Brian Wilson shows the correct fit for a gable end vent.
Client homes often have noticeable air leaks in the building envelope. WTC Instructor Brian Wilson illustrates how to patch drywall.
WTC Instructor Jack Wilson takes a measurement for a drywall patch.
Often an access door is needed to an attic or other area of the building to air seal or insulate. Instructor Jack Wilson demonstrates how to cut in and construct an access door.
Students show off their projects during the hands-on portion of the Weatherization Tactics course.
View of WTC’s Diagnostic Lab, which includes three fully functional diagnostic demonstration and testing mock-ups.
View of WTC’s diagnostic mock-ups. The diagnostic unit in the back is for multifamily. The diagnostic unit on the right has an attic space used for attic inspection demonstration and testing.
Bird's-eye view of WTC’s heating lab.
View of WTC’s multifamily mock-up (right).
Access to attic area.
View of heating lab past the diagnostic mock-ups.
WTC base load auditing lab area.
Students use the roof mock-up to practice proper roof vent installation techniques.
A student installs a roof vent as WTC Instructor Jerry Welshans assists.
A student practices side wall dense pack insulation as part of the Weatherization Tactics course.
In WTC’s Weatherization Tactics lab, students are able to remove the floors of the mock-up in order to see how well they performed a dense pack insulation.
One of three diagnostic demonstration and testing mock-ups.
View of Weatherization Tactics lab and work benches.
House of Pressure model.
The Weatherization Tactics lab has its own classroom area and tool storage space.
View of heating lab and classroom area.
Inside view of the multifamily mock-up.
View of the Diagnostics Lab.