Attic, Crawl Space and Cellulose Insulation Expert in Trumbull, CT

Home Insulation & Energy Efficiency Experts Serving Trumbull

Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut is Trumbull, CT's trusted home insulation and energy efficiency company, offering a variety of solutions to keep your home comfortable, healthy, and efficient. With more than a decade of experience in the industry, our experts have the know-how, experience, and tools to increase your home's energy efficiency and create a comfortable living space.

Insulation services & more by Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut:

  • Home Insulation
  • Attic Insulation
  • Crawl Space Insulation
  • Indoor Air Quality Services
  • Home Energy Evaluations
  • And More!

Need help reducing your energy costs? Contact Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut today! We offer free, no-obligation estimates for our insulation and indoor air quality services throughout Trumbull, CT.

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Attic Insulation Specialist Proudly Serving Trumbull

An attic with inadequate insulation can have a big impact on your entire home. Old or improperly installed insulation can lead to increases in your heating and cooling costs, moisture in your attic, drafts, moisture in your attic, and uneven temperatures throughout your home.

Fortunately, Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut specializes in attic insulation and air sealing services. Founded in 2009, our trained professionals have years of experience installing the best insulation solutions. Our quality insulation installation will create a more comfortable and efficient home!

Have you noticed that your living room downstairs is nice and cozy while your upstairs bedroom is freezing? Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut can solve this issue and more. We proudly serve Fairfield County and surrounding areas. Schedule an attic insulation estimate today!

Types of Attic Insulation

There are several kinds of attic insulation, including fiberglass batt insulation, blown-in fiberglass insulation, blown-in cellulose insulation, and spray foam insulation. At Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut, we offer blown-in cellulose insulation and rigid foam insulation for your attic.

Blown-in cellulose insulation is made from paper fibers and can deter pests and increase heat resistance. More airtight than batts and rolls, blown-in cellulose can enter tiny nooks and crannies in your attic where heat and cool air typically escape. This quality makes it more energy efficient than alternative solutions.

Rigid foam insulation is a durable and effective insulation material. Once rigid foam is installed, it won't shift or blow away. Not only that, but rigid foam is resistant to pests and water. Its continuous insulation, ability to address thermal bridging, and enhanced moisture control make it a superior option.

Our Attic Insulation Solutions

When choosing an attic insulation company, you can count on Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut. In business since 2009, we provide patented solutions, responsive service, and lasting results. Backed by Attic Systems, we have exclusive access to leading attic insulation options and extensive training from industry specialists.

Our reliable team can assess your attic and determine which solutions are best for your home.

Our Attic Insulation Options:
  • Blown-in cellulose insulation
  • Rigid foam insulation
  • Radiant barriers
  • Air sealing
  • Duct sealing
  • Duct insulation
  • Ice dam prevention
  • Attic mold prevention

Schedule a free attic insulation estimate to learn how we can create a more comfortable, energy-efficient home with quality insulation!

One of our experts installing insulation in this Trumbull attic

Effective Home Insulation in Trumbull, CT

Heat always moves where it is needed. In the wintertime, heat will attempt to move from inside to outside. And in the summertime, heat moves inside the house, making homes uncomfortably hot. Without appropriate home insulation, you won't be able to combat these extreme temperatures in your home.

Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut can help reduce high energy costs and improve energy efficiency for your home with our home insulation services, including crawl space insulation, wall insulation, air sealing, and more. Although you can DIY your home insulation project, too much can go wrong, so it's best to trust the experts!

If you've noticed climbing energy costs or uneven temperatures in your home, chances are, you could benefit from superior home insulation solutions. We install rigid, blown-in, foam board, cellulose, and more. Schedule a free home insulation estimate today to learn more!!

Types of Insulation

There are plenty of insulation options on the market, each with their advantages and disadvantages.

  1. Fiberglass Batt Insulation is made of fine fibers of glass and is generally pink or yellow. While fiberglass is readily available, inexpensive, and easy to install, it can become ruined by moisture, has a low R-Value per inch, and can support mold and mildew growth.
  2. Closed-Cell Spray Foam Insulation forms an expanding foam when sprayed. Closed-cell spray foam creates a vapor barrier as it's applied. It can be installed quickly, has a high R-Value per inch, can be used around obstacles, and isn't damaged by moisture. However, it is expensive, permanent, difficult to clean up, and its final thickness is often uneven and inconsistent.
  3. Open-Cell Spray Foam Insulation also forms an expanding foam as it's sprayed, but does not seal out moisture like closed-cell spray foam. While it can be installed quickly and can be used around obstacles, it is expensive, does not create a vapor barrier, cannot be easily removed, has a low R-Value per inch, requires messy cleanup, and its final thickness is often uneven.
  4. Rigid Foam Insulation is made up of rigid foam panels that are closed-cell and installed on the walls of a crawl space. Rigid foam insulation has a high R-Value per inch, is waterproof, costs less than alternatives, creates a vapor barrier, and does not require messy installation. However, it is the most difficult type of insulation to install around obstacles and cannot expand to fill voids.
  5. Blown-In Cellulose Insulation is eco-friendly, relatively inexpensive compared to alternatives, and can conform around virtually any shape. On the other hand, it can attract moisture and packs down easier, leaving gaps.

At Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut, we install blown-in insulation, cellulose, rigid foam board insulation, and spray foam insulation. Allow our team to determine the best kind of insulation for your home!

Can You Insulate a Home Yourself?

In short, you can insulate your home on your own. However, insulation can be messy, lengthy, and even dangerous if there's mold in your crawl space or other parts of your home. It requires you to select the appropriate insulation materials, remove existing insulation, dry out the entire area, seal air leaks, install a vapor barrier, and then, finally, you can install the insulation.

When it comes to DIYing your insulation, too much can go wrong. For example, if you fail to remove the old insulation, your space will continue to have mold and mildew, impacting your home's air quality.

When you partner with an expert like Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut for your home insulation project, you can rest assured knowing our team will select the most appropriate solution for your home. With years of experience in the industry, we have the tools, expertise, and determination to complete your insulation installation quickly and seamlessly. Let our team increase your home's energy efficiency and reduce energy costs!

Installing TerraBlock in a crawl space

Indoor Air Quality Services by Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut

It is not uncommon to have poor indoor air quality in your home. However, poor indoor air quality can lead to a variety of negative outcomes, including health impacts for you and your family. Common health problems associated with indoor air pollution include headaches, dizziness, coughing, allergies, and more.

Doctors can treat the symptoms caused by indoor air pollution. But health issues are likely to recur or never go away without addressing your home's indoor air quality. Luckily, Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut offers the industry-leading Aspen Air Purifier to remove pollutants from your home. This incredible solution removes pollutants 10,000 times smaller than a human hair, so you know it will do the most to protect you and your loved ones from mold, pollen, tobacco smoke, and other contaminants.

Schedule a free indoor air quality estimate to learn more. We have served the Fairfield County area for more than a decade. Our high-performance air purifier is the reason so many homeowners partner with us for their indoor air quality needs!

Symptoms of Poor Indoor Air Quality

When your home contains indoor air pollutants like mold, smoke, and more, you and your loved ones will face the consequences. Physical symptoms of poor indoor air quality include:

  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Coughing
  • Allergies
  • Fever
  • Muscle aches
  • Fatigue
  • Sinus infections
  • Respiratory illnesses

If you have experienced any of the above symptoms, it's important to test your air quality to ensure no contaminants are affecting you and your loved ones. Even better, Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut can offer an effective solution to keep your air healthy.

Common Indoor Air Pollutants

Recognized as a major health problem by the EPA, indoor air pollution comes in many forms, including:

  • Mold
  • Dust and dust mites
  • Pet dander
  • Smoke
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Carbon monoxide
  • Plumbing leaks
  • Asbestos
  • Gases emitted from furnishings, carpets, building materials, etc.

No matter what's causing unhealthy indoor air, it's important to remove any contaminants from your Trumbull home to reduce the impacts these pollutants can have on your family. Contact Dr. Energy Saver Of Connecticut today to schedule an indoor air quality test!

Aspen Air Purifier in a Trumbull home

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Professional Air Sealing in Trumbull, CT

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.

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We recently had an energy assessment done on our home, and they recommended that we get insulation installed in our attic and unfinished basement areas.
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Need and attic fan and insulation to keep house cooler as house gets warmer.
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Need better insulation in our attic
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Looking to improve the insulation in my house, which was built in 1972. I have a coupon that we got from the Neighbor to Neighbor package.
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Old two family house with no attic insulation
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Looking to add second layer of insulation to 2 attics
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While we have a new construction home, we have concerns about the adequacy of our attic insulation given our original home inspection and our rather high utility bills.
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Wanted a quote to put floor boards down and insulate
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Looking to have an addition to our home insulated. We moved into our home in October and recently have discovered this winter that the finished addition does not seem to be insulated at all.
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Home heat loss.
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Attic seems to be not well insulated
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Drafty windows, high electric bill
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Foam insulation cost
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2nd floor cape cod insulation
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The attic requires insulation and basic repairs.
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I'd like a quote to insulate our home.
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Cold rooms, floors, drafty in certain areas of the first floor. Insulation/vapor barrier in the crawl space of one area may be missing. Cold air blowing in behind some of the cabinets,guessing from a vent that isn't properly sealed....old house, new owner looking for things to fix. :)
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Bought a new home built in 1965. It's already getting cold with the dropping temperatures outside
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Insulation in attic. Small ranch house. I get Ice dams on front and back of house. I have regular insulation in attic.
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Losing heat and air conditioning.
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