I have been with Dr. Energy Saver of Connecticut since 2010. During this time, I have participated in many trainings and have completed hundreds of projects like yours. My crew and I have worked together for several years and we take pride in our work. I live in Stamford and when I have free time love hockey and riding my motorcycle.
These Riverside, CT homeowners reported incredibly cold floors in the second floor of their home where the second level cantilevers slightly over the first. We sent one of our most knowledgeable home comfort experts Keith Saunders to the home in order to see what to do with the issue. The reason why this cantilever was allowing to much heat out of the home was because it had a layer of rigid foam insulation that was not air sealed, so it was allowing heated air to escape.
Keith recommended we install sprayable foam insulation between the floor joists that are cantilevering outward. This was done by our crew lead by Rudy Abel. They removed the siding underneath to expose the cavities then installed three inches of the foam to reach an R-value of about R-12. The closed cell foam expanded to fill all the gaps in the floor joists which will prevent heated air from escaping through this access point again.
The homeowners noticed right away the floors on the second floor were not nearly as cold as they had been in past winters! They continued to have additional insulation installed in their attic by Dr. Energy Saver of Connecticut.
These Stamford, CT homeowners called Dr Energy Saver of Connecticut with concerns for their high heating and cooling bills. They were looking to invest in their attic by consulting with one of our Home Energy Specialists. Keith Saunders, an expert in anything home energy, visited their home to check out any shortcomings in their attic. He noticed there were a lot of gaps in their fiberglass bats insulation that was allowing their heated and conditioned air from the living spaces leak into the attic. Also, their air ducts were not completely air sealed which also was robbing the homeowners from their conditioned air.
Keith suggested they air seal, ugrade their insulation, and build an area they could use for storage in their attic. We sent out Rudy Abel, a foreman with ample knowledge and experience in installing home energy products. He first removed all the fiberglass bats installed that had become compressed and were barely providing any insulation. He then used an expanding spray-able foam into any gaps and joints throughout the attic, including installing foam caps for all the can lights and air sealing them too. He used our Spray Foam insulation to completely seal and insulate all the air ducts. Him and his crew installed our Blown in Cellulose insulation so the attic can have an r-value of R60 to provide an ample blanket of insulation.
The homeowners now have an incredibly energy efficient attic that helps contain any conditioned air in the living spaces. The homeowners are already pleased with the work!
This New Canaan attic was filled with traditional fiberglass insulation. Even though the attic was “insulated,” it still caused discomfort for the homeowner. As seen in the before photo, the fiberglass insulation was poorly installed and air was still able to leak through. The homeowner wanted a solution to make her home more comfortable and have a lower energy bill, so she decided to call the experts at Dr. Energy Saver of CT to help!
The solution for this attic was to install blown-in cellulose. Blown cellulose is superior to traditional fiberglass insulation because it is effective, safe and environmentally friendly. It has a superior R-value compared to fiberglass and is also known as a “green” product. It is primarily made from recycled newspaper that have been treated with boric compounds to become resistant to water, rodents, insects and fire. This product also acts as a thermal barrier that will keep the temperatures in the home more stable and comfortable.
Once installation was complete, the homeowner noticed a difference in her electric bill and was extremely happy with the results!
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This New Canaan attic was under insulated and caused drafts and uneven temperatures throughout the home. The homeowner wanted a solution that would make her home more energy efficient, so she decided to call Dr. Energy Saver of CT to help!
The solution for this attic was to air seal and install SilverGlo panels to the walls of the attic. The air sealant (orange foam in the after photo) will help cover and fill any cracks or openings and the SilverGlo panels will help insulate the entire attic, keeping the hot or cool air you pay for inside your home. After our expert team installed these two products, the home was running much more efficiently. This is exactly what the homeowner wanted, and she was very happy with the results. She now enjoys a much more comfortable, energy efficient home.
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Before, this Wilton basement had insufficient windows that allowed air and water infiltration. The homeowner wanted to make sure that her home was more energy efficient, so she decided to call Dr. Energy Saver of CT for a solution for her old, debris-filled windows.
The solution for this basement was to install EverLast windows. EverLast windows are extremely beneficial to any home because they have an R-2.94 rating, which means they are 3 times more energy efficient than traditional windows. Another benefit of these windows is that they are made of vinyl that will not corrode or support mold growth. They also brighten up any basement and let in lots of natural sunlight.
Now, this homeowner enjoys a brighter and more energy efficient basement!
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Before, this Wilton basement was under-insulated and had a lot of moisture entry, which made the area damp and uncomfortable. The homeowner needed some help, so she decided to call the experts at Dr. Energy Saver of CT to help her find a solution.
The solution for this basement was to install SilverGlo panels on the walls and TerraBlock insulation on the floors to seal out unwanted drafts and water leakage. Then, we installed our patented CleanSpace crawl space liner over top of the TerraBlock to act as a barrier against moisture entry, musty odors and mold growth.
Once the project was completed, the homeowner was completely thrilled with her more energy efficient and aesthetically pleasing basement!
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Before, this Norwalk basement had cold, porous walls that let in lots of air and moisture. These walls were an eyesore and made the basement uncomfortable. Wanting a solution for their damp and chilly basement, the homeowner decided to contact Dr. Energy Saver of CT!
After, Dr. Energy Saver of CT was able to solve all of this homeowner’s concerns by using our patented products. BrightWall panels were installed on the walls of the basement to prevent water vapor and moisture entry. This product is both practical and beautiful. The BrightWall panels made the area look and feel more welcoming. This is exactly what the homeowner wanted and they were thrilled with the transformation and results. In the end, our customer was very happy that she contacted the experts at Dr. Energy Saver of CT!
Before, this Norwalk basement was completely under insulated, which caused a lot of air leakage. The constant drafts and air flow made the basement very uncomfortable. Wanting a solution, the homeowner decided to reach out to the experts at Dr. Energy Saver of CT.
After, the experts at Dr. Energy Saver of CT were able to provide a solution by installing spray foam insulation to prevent air and moisture from flowing through. Spray foam is a great option for insulation because it has a high R-value (between R-6 and R-7.1), has complete coverage and is waterproof! Just look at this transformation. Now, this basement is completely insulated, keeping the home at peak efficiency!
Before we came out to this Newtown crawl space, it was dirty, cold and damp. The cold air that was seeping into the crawl space made the home above uncomfortable and made monthly energy bills higher for the homeowners. Wanting a solution, they called Dr. Energy Saver of CT!
On the day of the scheduled appointment, our Home Comfort Advisor, Chris Grosso, arrived to give a free home evaluation. He stressed the benefits of proper insulation, including: an increase in overall home comfort, a decrease in energy bills, and a deterrent against water entry, mold and pests. He suggested that TerraBlock and CleanSpace would be the perfect solutions for this Newtown home’s crawl space. The homeowner agreed, and the installation process was scheduled.
Rudy Abel and his production team installed the products efficiently and professionally. They cleared out the crawl space and began to install the TerraBlock to the walls. TerraBlock is designed to handle tough crawl spaces and acts as a durable thermal and moisture barrier. Our patented CleanSpace liner was then installed on the floors. CleanSpace helps seal out cold drafts in the winter and reduces moisture and humidity in the area, making the home more energy efficient and more comfortable.
These solutions satisfied the homeowner’s concerns! He is now happily enjoying a more comfortable home thanks to Dr. Energy Saver of CT!
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This Newtown attic was under insulated and caused fluctuating temperatures and discomfort throughout the home. When an attic lacks the proper insulation, it can cause high heating and cooling costs, uncomfortable rooms, and uneven temperatures throughout the entire home. This Newtown homeowner wanted a solution, so he called the experts at Dr. Energy Saver of CT and scheduled an appointment for a free home evaluation.
On the day of the appointment, our home comfort advisor, Chris Grosso, concluded that the attic would need to be insulated and air sealed using spray foam and SilverGlo rigid foam board insulation. Some of the benefits of SilverGlo insulation include an infusion with graphite powder to improve insulating value and a reflective coating that acts as an effective radiant barrier to keep heat inside the home. Before the insulation is installed, it is highly recommended to have the entire attic air sealed, which will eliminate any drafts and unwanted airflow in the attic.
On the day of production, Rudy Abel and his team began to remove the existing insulation. Then, the entire attic was air sealed with spray foam. Lastly, the SilverGlo panels were installed, and the homeowner was extremely happy with the results! He now enjoys a more comfortable, energy efficient home thanks to Dr. Energy Saver of CT!
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This Easton crawlspace was dirty and poorly insulated. A crawlspace that is poorly insulated will affect the entire home, making floors colder and energy bills higher. The homeowner wanted to find a reputable company to install sufficient insulation in her crawlspace, so she decided to call the experts at Dr. Energy Saver of CT for a free estimate.
The solution for this crawlspace was to insulate the walls with SilverGlo and insulate the rim joists with spray foam. Our patented SilverGlo rigid foam board insulation has a layer of radiant barrier to reflect summer heat out and heat during the winter in and is also durable and waterproof. Using spray foam on the rim joists will ensure that there will be no drafts or air leakage. Together, these two products will create a well-insulated crawlspace that will reduce energy bills and make the whole home more comfortable.
Now this homeowner can enjoy a more energy efficient home thanks to Dr. Energy Saver of CT!
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This Southport homeowner was experiencing moisture and rodent issues in their crawlspace in addition to high heating and cooling costs year round. They called Dr. Energy Saver of Connecticut and one of our Home Energy Specialists, Jeremy Bossio, discovered several insulation shortcomings, plus the solutions. Foreman Rudy Abel did an amazing job removing all the existing fiberglass batts insulation that were failing miserably, installed two TripleSafe Sump Pumps, and air sealed and insulated the rim joist. Now the homeowners have a much more comfortable home and a healthy, dry crawlspace.
This Fairfield, CT crawl space had several air leaks and its lack of insulation was causing uncomfortable temperatures and severe drafts in the rest of the home. The space had two poorly insulated windows allowing moist, unfiltered, unconditioned air to leak into the house proving to be a big issue. Wanting to make the space cleaner and improve the comfort of his home, the homeowner did some online research and decided to schedule an appointment with the experts at Dr. Energy Saver of CT.
Home energy specialist Keith Saunders arrived to inspect the home. Keith quickly identified the problems in the crawl space, including uninsulated floor joists, under-performing windows, little protection from moisture, and general lack of insulation. He shared his findings with the homeowner, and together, they discussed some possible solutions and found the best fit for the homeowner.
On the first day of production, foreman Rudy Abel arrived with his crew to begin the project. First, they insulated the home's rim joist, which would prevent crawl space air from leaking into the rest of the home. Next, the team installed CleanSpace liner, which acts as a moisture barrier and covers up the dirty crawl space walls. Finally, they lined the walls with SilverGlo insulation, which includes a built-in reflective barrier that provides added protection from harsh exterior temperatures. When the team was done, the crawl space had been transformed from an uncomfortable crawl space into a neatly lined and well insulated area. The homeowner was more than satisfied with the results, excited that this project had provided him with a more energy efficient home, as well as some valuable storage space, all in one.
These Fairfield, CT homeowners called Dr. Energy Saver of Connecticut when they began to realize the home they moved into in the spring, could not handle the summer heat! They were beginning to feel increasingly uncomfortable in the hot and humid second floor and felt like they were already spending way too much on air conditioning. One of our trusted Home Energy Experts visited the home in order to check out what might be causing their discomfort. Upon arrival and closer examination, he realized the home’s attic was incredibly under insulated and the soffit was insulated improperly with fiberglass batts insulation.
The homeowners agreed to have their soffit insulated with densely packed TruSoft Cellulose insulation. We sent out our crew of workers lead by foreman Rudy Abel to complete the project. They first removed the shingles and ridge vent at the top of the roofline in order to access the cavity. As you can see in the before photo, there were significant gaps in the insulation and there is no doubt this was a massive culprit of their discomfort. The works installed the TruSoft Cellulose through a pressurized hose in order to pump as much insulation into the roof cavity as possible. Afterwards, they reinstalled the ridge vent and shingles and now the roof looks good as new!
Dr. Energy Saver of Connecticut left this family feeling much more comfortable in their home after this visit and we are proud to have done more work for these homeowners in the years since!
This Monroe crawl space was covered in cob webs and dirty debris. There was existing fiberglass insulation trying its best to insulate the rim joist, yet failing to do so when exposed to the moist crawl space atmosphere. The uncomfortable conditions limited the homeowner from being able to use this space to their advantage for storage. We installed our CleanSpace Vapor Barrier. It offers a 25-year warranty that keeps moisture and humidity out of your crawl space. Under that is our drainage matting, this gives water a place to go if any were to leak into the crawl space. This space is healthy, more attractive looking and able to be used as a functional space by the homeowner.
This Trumbull, CT homeowner had been experiencing their kitchen being uncomfortably cold in the winter and hot in the summer. They thought it was because of their walls, but when our trusted Home Energy Expert Keith Saunders visited the home, he explained it was more because of their improperly insulated attic. The home’s attic was insulated with a layer of fiberglass batts insulation between the ceiling’s joists, but this was not adding enough of a thermal barrier between the home and the freezing cold attic. There were also many holes where wires were fed through the plywood where air was leaking, and there were several can lights above the kitchen which were incredibly leaky.
Keith suggested Dr. Energy Saver of Connecticut installing sprayable foam sealant in order to air seal the gaps in the attic. They would also use SilverGlo Rigid Foam insulation in order to provide a continuous, airtight insulation layer with a radiant barrier to reflect the warm air back inside during the wintertime. The homeowners agreed to have these installed along with additional insulation in their attic.
Our crew lead by Rudy Abel went to the home and started the work by removing all the old dirty insulation and air sealing with the orange foam. They installed TiteShell recessed can light covers over the light fixtures in the attic and sealed them with expanding foam around their edges. This keeps air from inside your rooms leaking out into the cold attic. They also installed the SilverGlo Rigid Foam insulation where any interior walls were exposed to the attic and sealed the gaps between them with sprayable foam sealant. They then installed TruSoft Cellulose insulation into the attic by blowing it in through a hose.
The homeowners noticed a difference right away in their warmer kitchen and less drafty rooms around the house.
Despite a layer of fiberglass insulation, this attic was still letting cold, drafty air into this Bridgeport house. While the existing fiberglass insulation added some insulation value, it didn't stop the problematic air leaks. To fix this issue, we first had to remove the ineffective fiberglass insulation. Next, we air-sealed the attic with expanding foam, sealing all cracks that air seeps into the house from. Additionally, we upgraded the insulation to our TruSoft blown cellulose insulation. Air-sealing the attic, combined with an attic insulation upgrade, cut this home's heating and cooling costs by around 40%!
The owners of this home wanted to upgrade the insulation in their attic, so Dr. Energy Saver installed our blown in Cellulose insulation. They requested for extra storage space in their attic without compromising the energy efficiency of the room, so to meet their needs, we constructed an insulated storage deck across a portion of their attic. To install this decking, we first laid down our rigid SilverGlo foam board across the ceiling joists. SilverGlo is a rigid foam board infused with graphite, which boosts its insulation value by 24% over standard EPS foam. We then covered the SilverGlo with Oriented Strand Board (OSB). To keep the blown insulation off the storage area, we installed dams around the perimeter of the insulated decking. Not only did this job add valuable attic storage space, it made the whole home more comfortable and less drafty!
This attic in Stratford, CT wasn't properly insulated. The existing insulation had little to no R-Value, the insulation was scattered and was not doing any good for the homes energy efficiency. Having a home that has an attic with poorly preforming insulation can run your monthly utility bills up a pretty penny. This homeowner wanted a space that could be used for storage but was also energy efficient and provided enough insulation for their family to live comfortably in the rooms below. We installed blown-in insulation over most of the attic, raising the R Value up to R60 from the previous next to nothing value it had before. Blown in insulation offers more uniform and thorough coverage than typical fiberglass batts. We also built an insulated catwalk using particle board and rigid foam insulation with retaining dams to keep the storage area clean of blown cellulose. This room is much more attractive looking and doubles as a storage haven and will now be one of the most energy efficient rooms in the house! This homeowner couldn't be happier with their new space!
These Shelton homeowners were interested in replacing two picture windows with energy efficient alternatives. Our team was happy to oblige. We installed a set of beautiful replacement windows from Sunrise. These two windows are not just incredibly energy efficient, they also make a dramatic improvement to the exterior without all the costly hassle that normally comes with exterior alterations.
Before, this Derby basement had an inefficient door and uninsulated rim joists that were causing an uncomfortable and drafty area. This not only affected the basement area, but also caused cold floors in the main rooms above! Wanting a solution, the homeowner decided to contact the experts at Dr. Energy Saver of CT to help come up with the perfect solution for her home.
The solution for this home was to apply spray foam insulation around the rim joists of the basement. (the yellow foam above the walls as you can see in the after photo) This insulation will prevent air and moisture from coming through. This will help warm up the floor in the main rooms of the house while also keeping the basement well insulated. Another problem area was the door, which as you can see in the before photo, had tape around the trim to prevent a draft. The solution was to replace it with a door that correctly fit, leaving little space for any unwanted air to flow through. This is exactly what the homeowner wanted and they were thrilled with the results!
Before, this Derby basement had inefficient windows that would leak air and moisture, making the surrounding area uncomfortable. Wanting to make her home more energy efficient, the homeowner decided to reach out to the experts at Dr. Energy Saver of CT to help find a solution.
The solution for this basement was to install EverLast windows. Our low-e EverLast windows will not let heat through the glass like the original windows would and will also prevent drafts and leaking. Old windows (like the one in the before photo) easily rust, but with our EverLast windows, there will be virtually no maintenance because they have vinyl frames that will not rust and do not need to be painted. These windows are not only practical, but they let in a lot of natural light, making the entire area more welcoming. This is exactly what the homeowner wanted and they were very pleased with the results.
This Ansonia attic was poorly insulated, causing uneven temperatures and an uncomfortable home. The homeowner was tired of high electric bills due to the inefficiency of his insulation, so he decided to give the experts at Dr. Energy Saver of Connecticut a call to see what solutions they could provide for him.
On the day of the appointment, our home comfort advisor, Chris Grosso, arrived at the home to provide a free evaluation. He concluded that the attic was extremely under insulated and that a more effective form of insulation would need to be installed. He suggested blown cellulose. This product will create a thermal barrier that will keep the home more comfortable and energy efficient. This is exactly what the homeowner was looking for!
Rudy Abel and his production team quickly went to work and had the attic properly insulated in no time! Just look at the difference in the before and after photos! Now, this happy customer enjoys a comfortable home with a lower electric bill!
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This Waterbury, CT homeowner was looking to change the insulation in his garage. There were fiberglass batts insulating it, which are only effective when installed perfectly. Unfortunately, the previous installers left gaps between the batts and the interior wall, which allows air to flow in. They needed a solution! So, they gave us a call at Dr. Energy Saver of Connecticut to come fix the problem!
Our Energy Specialist, Chris Grosso, came out and was able to offer a fool proof solution to their problem. He sent Rudy Abel and his Comfort Crew out to install dense-packed cellulose insulation between the garage ceiling and floor. We accessed the bays through holes drilled on the external walls of the house, and injected the dense-packing cellulose in the cavities with powerful equipment. This garage will no longer be a burden to this homeowner!
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This West Haven home had little to no insulation in the attic. This was causing the entire home to have uncomfortable, uneven temperatures. The homeowner wanted to find a solution to make her home warmer and more energy efficient, so she decided to call Dr. Energy Saver of Connecticut to help find her a solution.
The solution for this West Haven attic was to install blown-in cellulose insulation. Blown cellulose is effective because it offers superior R-value than traditional fiberglass batts and will immediately improve energy efficiency in the home. This insulation can also be adjusted for homeowners who use their attic for storage, like this West Haven homeowner. In the after photo, you can see that the blown cellulose was installed behind plywood dams to create a catwalk, allowing for attic access and storage space. The homeowner was impressed with the product and how much of an improvement it made with the efficiency of the home. This is exactly what she wanted and she couldn't be happier!
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This Burlington attic was uninsulated and causing discomfort for the homeowners. They were concerned with their home’s energy efficiency and were paying a high monthly electric bill. Wanting to find a solution to their energy efficiency problems, they decided to call the experts at Dr. Energy Saver of CT.
The solution for this attic was to install cellulose insulation. Cellulose insulation is the superior choice for attics because it is effective, safe and environmentally friendly. It is effective because it offers a superior R-value than traditional fiberglass batts and increases the efficiency of a home. This product is also treated with a non-toxic borate solution that gives the material a Class-1 fire safety rating. Cellulose is a “green” product that is primarily made from recycled newspaper. With all these benefits, this product was the perfect solution for these homeowners. Now, they enjoy an energy efficient home without paying a high energy bill every month!
Before, this Burlington home had insufficient windows that would let a lot of air and moisture into the basement. These windows were not only insufficient, but unattractive as well. The homeowners wanted an upgrade and decided to call the experts at Dr. Energy Saver of CT!
After, the windows were completely transformed. EverLast windows offer greater comfort and energy savings than traditional windows. The EverLast windows will eliminate cold winter drafts which will ultimately reduce heating and cooling costs. These vinyl and aluminum windows will never need to be painted or maintained. This is exactly what the homeowners wanted, and they were thrilled with the energy savings and the appearance of the new windows.
This Farmington, Connecticut home had an attic that wasn't properly insulated. The ducts weren't insulated either and this allowed unconditioned, moist, and dusty air to be distributed throughout the home. The homeowners wanted an attic that was energy efficient and provided storage space. They gave us a call here at Dr. Energy Saver of Connecticut to come and give their attic the upgrade it needed! We installed our blown insulation throughout the floor and left some space open for storage, as per the homeowners request. Our blown insulation provides thorough coverage and is a quick installation.
This South Lyme, CT crawl space was run down, and its lack of insulation was causing uncomfortable temperatures in the rest of the home. Despite its large size, the area was also dirty and could not be used as a proper storage space. Wanting to make use of the space and improve the comfort of his home, the homeowner did some online research and decided to schedule an appointment with the experts at Dr. Energy Saver of CT.
Soon after, sales representative Taz Peterson arrived to inspect the home. Taz quickly identified the problems in the crawl space and shared his findings with the homeowner. Together, they discussed some possible solutions and found the best fit for the homeowner.
On the first day of production, foreman Rudy Abel arrived with his crew to begin the project. First, they insulated the home's rim joist, which would prevent crawl space air from leaking into the rest of the home. Next, the team installed CleanSpace liner, which acts as a moisture barrier and covers up the dirty crawl space floor below. Finally, they lined the walls with SilverGlo insulation, which includes a built-in reflective barrier. When the team was done, the crawl space had been transformed from a cluttered, uncomfortable crawl space into a neatly lined and well insulated area. The homeowner was more than satisfied with the results, excited that this project had provided him with a more energy efficient home, as well as some valuable storage space, all in one.