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Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut is an authorized franchisee of the nationally renowned Dr. Energy Saver network of the best energy-conservation contractors across the country. We are not just a contractor company, we specialize in helping you understand your home's current energy efficiency, suggest repairs, and we also do the work! You'll receive the maximum energy and cost-saving results with the least amount of hassle.

Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut is also the exclusive distributor of the award-winning SilverGlo insulation. SilverGlo is a unique type of rigid foam insulation offering immunity to moisture and mold, a high R-Value, and excellent air sealing. Our SilverGlo rigid foam board is industry-leading and is one of the easiest to install in any part of your home.

Hartford County, CT  Home Energy Savings Expert

We specialize in a variety of services aimed to lessen your home's carbon footprint and save energy and money each month! We offer it all, from air sealing to ductwork to insulation services in Hartford County, CT.

At Dr. Energy Saver, we not only test and investigate your home's energy usage, but we will discuss and prioritize the proper repairs. You'll know which ones will save you the most energy and why. This will also help direct you in making the best decision for you and your family. 

Hartford County's Window and Door Replacement Expert

At Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut, we offer homeowners of Hartford County reliable window and door replacement options. Did you know that your home's windows and doors play a big part in maintaining the overall comfort of your home?  In fact, if doors and windows do not close like they are designed, this can cause air leaks and this will cost you more in energy costs.  We offer a variety of windows and doors such as low e glass windows for all areas of your home, and high quality patio and sliding glass doors.Our energy efficient replacement windows and doors have been proven time and time again to improve the energy efficiency and comfort of your home. As the trusted replacement window and door contractor of CT, we provide our customers with nothing but the best!  Contact us today for a FREE window and door replacement quote!

  • Low e Glass Replacement Windows
  • Skylight Installation 
  • Patio & Sliding Glass Doors
  • Door Replacement 

Proper Insulation Will Help Decrease Your Energy Bills All Year

As a Connecticut homeowner, you know full-well how harsh the winters and summers can be here. One of the best ways to save on your energy bills for years to come is to update your home's insulation. Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut is a professional blown insulation contractor, catering to residential homes in Hartford County and nearby. Hop on the path to savings by contacting us today! 

Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut likes using blown-in cellulose insulation for many homes due to the fact that it is one of the best types of insulation that can match or exceed the insulation value of fiberglass, with R-values as high as R-4 per inch. That is because, unlike fiberglass which doesn't stop air movement, cellulose does a good job of slowing or stopping air leaks that can waste energy and cause cold drafts. It is also eco-friendly, as it takes much less energy to manufacture than other types of insulation, and is even made from recycled newspaper. Plus, blown-in cellulose is resistant to fires, mice, and mold, so you can count on the insulation value lasting.

Insulation Services We Offer:

  • Home Energy Evaluations
  • Sealing Air Leaks
  • Radiant Barrier Installation
  • Ice Dam Prevention
  • Floor Insulation
  • Attic Insulation
  • SilverGlo Insulation
  • Blown-in Insulation
  • Crawl Space Insulation
  • Basement Insulation
  • Cellulose Insulation

Ice Dam Repair & Prevention Solutions

Homes in this area of the country are exposed to frigid temperatures and snow every winter.  Because of this, ice dams are common issues that homeowners deal with.  Ice dams are caused when the heat inside your attic warms the underside of the roof and causes ice and snow to melt. Ice dams can cause serious damage to your roof and can leak into your attic. When we talk about ice dams, one of the most frequent questions we get asked is " how do I prevent or repair ice dams?".  Preventing ice dams is fairly simple with the use of proper insulation and air sealing. If your home is facing ice dam issues, contact the experts at Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut for a FREE quote today!

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For a FREE, no-obligation services estimate in Hartford County, CT, you'll also receive a free copy of "Saving Energy and Money at Home," a great book to use as you begin to create a more comfortable, healthy, and energy efficient home!

Before and After Pictures from Hartford County

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Before we were called, this attic was a major source of high energy costs for this Farmington home and made the rooms directly beneath the attic cold and drafty during the winter. When we got the call we quickly realized the problem was due to a lack of insulation and proper air sealing. We then insulated the attic with our open-cell spray foam, which has an excellent gap and crack filling capability, as well as the ability to stop air leaks. Our attic insulation installation cut the heating & cooling costs of this Farmington, CT home by as much as 40% for the owners!

Job Stories From Hartford County, CT
Attic Insulation in Riverside, CT

This Cape Cod style home in Riverside, CT was beginning to seem drafty, and their energy bills were growing increasingly high. It was a cause for concern, and the family knew they needed a solution, and they needed one fast. They gave us a call at Dr. Energy Saver of Connecticut, and we were happy to help out! 

After our Home Comfort Specialist came in, and diagnosed the problem was that their roof wasn't properly insulated, expert foreman, Rudy Abel, came out to get the job done. The first thing he did was air seal the attic. Believe it or not, more air leaks out of the home through the attic than anywhere else. Warm air naturally rises, and and attics are typically under-insulated and full of gaps and cracks. This allows the air you pay to heat to escape the house. By air sealing this space, it will help reduce this family's energy bills significantly. We then used blown-in insulation in the entire roof area. Blown in cellulose insulation is not only a great choice to use for attics, but it is also the most cost effective option. It is also treated so that it resistance to fire, mold, and insects. Best of all? It keeps air from floating down into the lower rooms of the home.

This family can now feel comfortable in their home knowing it'll be warmer, and their bills will become lower. Give us a call TODAY for your FREE energy evaluation!

Cellulose Insulation in Glastonbury, CT

This Glastonbury attic was poorly insulated which caused uneven temperatures throughout the home. This was a problem for the homeowners because they were tired of paying high electric bills due to the uneven temperatures. Wanting a solution, they called Connecticut Basement Systems of Connecticut to set an appointment!

Our System Design Specialist Keith Saunders arrived at the home to do a free home evaluation. He concluded that Blown-In Cellulose would be the perfect solution for this Glastonbury attic. With the approval from the homeowners, David Hicks and his team started the installation process. 

First, all of the original fiberglass installation had to be removed. Once removed, the entire attic was air sealed. Next, the Blown-In Cellulose is applied. The Blown-In Cellulose is an excellent choice because it creates a blanket of insulation that has a thermal barrier to keep the home more comfortable and efficient. A catwalk was also created for convenience on HVAC maintenances and for storage purposes. 

Now, the homeowners enjoy even temperatures throughout their entire house and notice a lower electric bill. 

We offer attic insulation, air sealing, and duct insulation services that are designed to fix energy efficiency problems, save you money, and create a more comfortable home. Call us today at 1-855-201-5406 or click below to get a free estimate on any of our services in Stamford, Norwalk, Hartford, New Haven, Danbury, Greenwich and the nearby areas!

Blown Cellulose in Burlington, CT

This attic was completely uninsulated which caused for an uncomfortable home. The home was drafty and the homeowners were still paying a high electric bill which frustrated them. Wanting the best solution for their home, they decided to call Dr. Energy Saver of CT for their help.

On the day of the appointment, Sales Representative Chris Grosso arrived at the home and inspected the attic. Since the attic had little to no insulation, Chris highly recommended insulation in the attic. More specifically, he suggested installing blown cellulose which would be a superior way of insulating the attic. Blown cellulose is effective, safe and environmentally friendly. It offers a superior R-value compared to traditional fiberglass which will improve the home’s efficiency. This is exactly what the homeowner wanted and decided to move forward with the project. 

On the day of installation, Rudy Abel and his crew installed the cellulose insulation professionally and efficiently. Once the project was completed, the attic was transformed. Immediately the homeowners noticed a difference in both their energy bill and the energy efficiency in their home! 

Air Seal and Blown Cellulose in Bloomfield, CT

This Bloomfield homeowner was experiencing drafts in his home that were becoming a nuisance. Not only were they causing the homeowner to be uncomfortable in his own home, but he was paying a premium in his electric bill. Wanting a solution, he decided to contact the experts at Dr. Energy Saver of CT.

Sales Representative Keith Saunders went over the products that would create the perfect solution for his home. He recommended the attic to be air sealed and insulated with blown cellulose. This would seal up all air leakage and prevent any uneven temperatures in the home. This was the perfect solution and the homeowner wanted to move forward with the project.

David Hicks was the Foreman who installed the products efficiently and professionally. He first had to remove any existing insulation to have a fresh start. Then, he air sealed the cracks and openings that were in the attic. This would ensure that air leakage would not be a problem. Lastly, blown cellulose was installed where wooden dams were also placed to create a walkway in the attic that would be convenient for maintenance and for storage. 

Once the project was completed, the homeowner was impressed with the results of the project. His home was more comfortable and he noticed a difference in his eclectic bill for the better. 

Air Sealing and Cellulose in Marlborough, CT

This Marlborough, CT homeowner was experiencing uneven temperatures in his home. When the weather was hot, parts of his home often became uncomfortably warm. During the winter time, he often experienced drafts and cool spots throughout his house as well. Of course, this increased the cost of heating and cooling his house. Frustrated with his high energy bills and the uncomfortable temperatures in his home, he reached out to the experts at Dr. Energy Saver of CT  for a no obligation free estimate.

On the day of the appointment, Sales Representative Paul Zambrano traveled to the home to evaluate the issue. Paul introduced himself to the homeowner and started his work, looking around the house and inspecting it for areas of concern. It was not long before he realized that the attic was the source of the problem. Old fiberglass insulation in the attic had deteriorated and lost its ability to insulate effectively over time. When the weather was hot, the sun would heat the attic to extreme temperatures, and the hot air in the attic would make the rooms below uncomfortably warm. Additional air leaks in the attic also allowed air to flow freely in and out of the attic, compounding the problem and contributing to costly energy bills. In the winter, energy bills would be just as high, as heated air would flow freely up through the home and out of the attic. Paul shared his findings with the homeowner and proposed some products that would help resolve the problem. The two discussed the options for the issue at hand and the homeowner was encouraged by their conversation. As a result, the homeowner decided to move forward with the project.

Foreman Dan Kiley and Johnny Lopez arrived at the home with their crew on the day of production to begin their work. They started by removing all the old insulation from the attic, as it was no longer serving its intended purpose. Once the fiberglass was gone, the crew was able to access and identify the specific location of the air leaks in the attic. As they found the leaks, they used Spray Foam to Air Seal them. This is a crucial step in the insulation process because it prevents air flow and maximizes the effectiveness of insulation materials. Spray foam is a great material for Air Sealing because it provides superior R-value and acts as both a thermal and moisture barrier, plus it expands upon application to provide maximum coverage.

Once the air sealing was done, the crew finished up the attic by blowing in a thick layer of Cellulose Insulation. Cellulose provides an insulation value that is similar to fiberglass, but is much more durable and environmentally friendly. Cellulose is given a treatment with natural borate compounds that repels pests like rodents and insects, and also makes it fireproof. This ensures that the insulation remains effective over time and will not need to be replaced any time soon, which helps to make the most of your investment. Plus, cellulose is made primarily from recycled newspaper, and requires far less energy to manufacture than fiberglass, making it a “green” insulation option.

As the crew wrapped up production, the homeowner noticed an immediate difference in the comfort of his home. He was excited with the results and pleased with the manner in which the crew had conducted themselves throughout the project. The homeowner was happy with his investment and could not wait to see how much he would save on his energy bills in the months ahead.

Blown Cellulose Insulation in Berlin, CT

Sandy P., a Berlin homeowner, was concerned with uneven temperatures throughout her home and assumed her attic was poorly insulated. She called Dr. Energy Saver of Connecticut, who had home energy specialist Rick Searles figure out the issue. He confirmed that not only was her attic poorly insulated, but the knee wall area had little insulation, there were several areas around the ducts that were completely uninsulated, and there were several air gaps in the construction of the roof.

The Dr. Energy Saver of Connecticut team, lead by foreman Johnny Lopez, sealed all gaps in the attic then installed several inches of blown cellulose to act as a thick blanket insulating the house from external temperatures and keeping conditioned/heated air inside.

Sandy was immediately more comfortable in her better insulated home and will soon start saving big on her fuel and electricity bills!

Attic Insulation in Southington, CT

A homeowner in Southington, CT was in need of new attic insulation and decided to call us at Dr. Energy Saver of CT. The old insulation in their home was not regulating the temperature because air was able to seep out. Once our Sales Consultant Keith Saunders went out to the home, his suggestion was to put in our TruSoft Cellulose insulation. This will act as a thermal barrier, keeping warm air from seeping out and cold air from coming in. Our foreman Moises Guevara, and his team got to work removing the old insulation and blowing in the TruSoft Cellulose. This homeowner is happy with the results and can enjoy their energy-efficient home. 

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Attic Insulation in Wethersfield

This homeowner in Wethersfield, CT had existing insulation in their attic that was causing their home to be energy inefficient. They called us at Dr. Energy Saver of CT to make a change. After scheduling an appointment, one of our Sales Consultants, Scott Mains, went out to the home to estimate the issues. He informed them that they would need new insulation to ensure no warm air would escape and no cold air would seep in. One of our Foremen, Jony Fernandez, and his team removed the old insulation and blew in our TruSoft Cellulose insulation. This would act as a thermal barrier for the attic, making it more energy efficient. Now this homeowner will see a difference in their energy bill and the temperature in their home will be regulated properly! 

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TruSoft Cellulose Insulation in Burlington, CT

A homeowner in Burlington, CT had a small space above their family room that was not insulated. They wanted to change that so they could enjoy their space, so they called us at Dr. Energy Saver of CT to help solve their problem. After scheduling an appointment, one of our Sales Consultants, Mike Bourdeau, met with the customer at their home to understand what work we would need to do. He informed them that because there was no insulation in this space, it was causing the home to lose warm air and let cold air in, making the overall temperature in the family room cold. They would need our TruSoft Cellulose insulation as a solution. 

Then it would be time for one of our Foremen, Rudy Abel, and his crew to get to work. They dense packed our TruSoft Cellulose insulation into the small space. This will ensure that the insulation acts as a thermal barrier to the family room, keeping their temperatures regulated, and keeping them warm all winter long! 

Insulation in Glastonbury, CT

A homeowner in Glastonbury, CT had a crawlspace that needed insulation. They called us at Dr. Energy Saver of CT to solve their energy problems. After scheduling an appointment, one of our Sales Consultants, Tim Kane, went out to the home to estimate the issues and provide products for a solution. He informed them that they would need to have Spray Foam insulation in this particular space. 

Then it would soon be time for one of our Foremen, Rudy Abel, and his team to work on this project. They used Spray Foam insulation on the walls. This will seal and insulate all in one, keeping the air in. It is also a waterproof insulation. The team also put in a SaniDry Sedona Dehumidifier. This will protect the crawlspace from moisture and any possible mold growth. Now this homeowner is happy knowing their crawlspace is properly insulated. 

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Hartford 06103, Hartford 06112, Hartford 06105, Hartford 06114, Hartford 06106, Hartford 06120, New Britain 06051, New Britain 06052, New Britain 06053, West Hartford 06110, West Hartford 06117, West Hartford 06107, West Hartford 06119, Bristol 06010, East Hartford 06118, East Hartford 06108, Southington 06489, Glastonbury 06033, Newington 06111, Wethersfield 06109, Farmington 06032, Plantsville 06479, Berlin 06037, Rocky Hill 06067, Avon 06001, Plainville 06062, Unionville 06085, South Glastonbury 06073, Burlington 06013, Marlborough 06447, East Berlin 06023, Collinsville 06022
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