Carolina brings a diverse working background to our team here at Dr. Energy Saver by Eco Energy Solutions. She is driven to helping customers problem solve and is a hard working team member.
Prior to working at Dr. Energy Saver, Carolina has lead many customer relations jobs which helps her understand how to properly help our customers every day.
In her spare time, Carolina likes to attend music festivals and crafting/printing in 3D.
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This customer in Ellington, CT called us out because of a concern they were having in their home. Their concern was that they had very old, ineffective fiberglass insulation in the attic. Fiberglass insulation is super fluffy, and is not able to properly insulate a home on its own. Due to this, this home was way colder than it should be this winter. This was caused by the lack of proper insulation. Without proper insulation air can leak into your attic and out of your home, making it difficult and costly to keep a home warm.
To fix this, we use our SuperPlatform treatment. First we need to remove the existing insulation. Our installers remove all of the old insulation, bag it up, and properly dispose of the materials. Since this home contains an HVAC system in their attic we have make sure there is a proper walkway, or catwalk in the attic. This makes it so that service can be done correctly and safely in a space where there are mechanics. Next, we lay our 4" SilverGlo foam board across the wooded walkway. This will increase the insulation value by 24%. We want to make sure that none of the blown in insulation we are installing will get on to our new walkway. Next, we have to install plywood over the foam board held in place by long screws and washers. Following this step, we dense pack TruSoft cellulose insulation into any space beneath the catwalk that is not filled. Thanks to Dr. Energy Saver by Eco Energy Solutions, this customer is warmer and ecstatic with the temperature in their home!
This homeowner in Springfield, MA called in after seeing us on TV. He had a dirt crawlspace with such an issue with moisture that he feared the structural integrity of the floor above it.
We start by sealing air leaks to the outside air. We then insulate the walls with our graphite infused SilverGlo foam that has a radiant barrier face to double down on keeping heat out. We lay down a dimpled plastic drainage matting to create airspace followed by our TerraBlock floor insulation, and we finish off with a vapor barrier liner.
Thanks to Dr. Energy Saver by Eco Energy Solutions, this crawlspace is now dry and no longer presenting a hazard for the homeowner.
This homeowner in Chicopee, MA called us out to their home to asses a problem they were experiencing. The issue occurring was inconsistent temperatures throughout the home. In the summer some rooms were hot and some were cold. This home had old, fiberglass insulation in the attic. Fiberglass insulation is fluffy and allows air to easily seep through, and exit or enter the home.The attic is a first priority in regards to insulation. We knew that we had to help these homeowners be more comfortable in their home, no matter the season.
First we need to remove all of the old, nasty fiberglass insulation. We bag up, vacuum the remains of and properly dispose of all the old insulation. It is important to air seal before insulating. If you insulate without air sealing, you are just covering up areas where air leaks, and may be unable to fix them at a later date. We air seal all of the top plates with one-part fire retardant foam. Now we are ready to insulate. We use out TruSoft cellulose insulation. Blown insulation fills all gaps and odd shaped voice. This results in a warmer more comfortable home. Thanks to Dr. Energy Saver by Eco Energy Solutions these homeowners will have more consistent temperatures throughout their home, all year round!
This homeowner in Belchertown, MA was having issues with mold and uncomfortable temperatures in their basement. We removed all of their old, ineffective fiberglass insulation. Next, we sprayed our Mold-X mold killing spray to the affected areas. Then we use our spray foam insulation along the rim joists to stop cold air from entering the home. Now we can install our Foamax insulation boards along the concrete walls. Thanks to Dr. Energy Saver by Eco Energy Solutions, this home is more comfortable, and energy efficient!!!