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Rim Joist Air Sealing in Farmington, CT

Rim Joist Air Sealing in Farmington, CT

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Rim Joist Air Sealing in Farmington, CT Rim Joist Air Sealing in Farmington, CT

 

This homeowner was experiencing a significant amount of humidity in their basement. Our Building Science Expert evaluated the problem and found that using the 2-part expanding foam insulation on the rim joist and over the sill plate would be the perfect solution. This decreased the humidity in the basement and the homeowner saw immediate results.  In addition to there being less humidity, the overall air leakage to the house was reduced dramatically.

TruSoft Cellulose Attic Insulation in Farmington, CT

TruSoft Cellulose Attic Insulation in Farmington, CT

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TruSoft Cellulose Attic Insulation in Farmington, CT TruSoft Cellulose Attic Insulation in Farmington, CT

This homeowner was experiencing a lot of air leakage in their attic. creating cold drafty rooms as well as heat loss in the winter. The heat loss created an increase in the cost of heating the home. By air sealing all of the gaps with our foam insulation and blowing in Dr. Energy Savers TruSoft cellulose insulation, it created a more comfortable environment for the entire home and family. Our TruSoft cellulose insulation is treated with natural borate compounds. By doing this we have created a higher R-value in the space as well as decreasing the energy costs, making the rooms below a comfortable living space for the customer and their family.

 

Super Attic in East Hartford, CT

Super Attic in East Hartford, CT

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Super Attic in East Hartford, CT Super Attic in East Hartford, CT

Previously this homeowner was experiencing very uncomfortable rooms below this attic as well as very high energy bills.  Our Building Science Specialist came in and did an evaluation with the homeowner and discovered there were problems in the walk up attic.  

Our production team installed a Super Attic Conversion System in this attic to eliminate uncomfortable rooms, ice damming and cold drafts, and of course, energy loss.  The homeowner was very happy with the changes they saw immediately in their home.  

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HVAC, Spray Foam Insulation & Replacement Windows Experts in Hartford, Connecticut 

Dr. Energy Saver (CTMA) is an authorized dealer 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 least amount of hassle.

Energy Savings Experts

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 and window replacement in Hartford, Connecticut.

At Dr. Energy Saver, we not only test and investigate your home's energy hogs, 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.

  • Spray foam insulation
  • Air leak sealing
  • Attic insulation
  • Blown in insulation
  • Cellulose insulation
  • Garage insulation
  • Home Energy Audits
  • Furnace installation replacement
  • Window & door replacement
  • Crawl space insulation

For a FREE, no-obligation services estimate in Hartford, CT, please completely fill out the form to the right, and Dr. Energy Saver will contact you shortly. With this free estimate you'll also receive a free copy of the book; "Saving Energy and Money at Home." This is a resource written by the two Dr. Energy Saver visionaries and a Dr. Energy Saver writer. It's a great tool to use as you begin to create a more comfortable, healthy, and energy efficient home!

Job Stories From Hartford County, CT
Cape Cod Construction Home in Granby, CT

This homeowner contacted us to help him make his home more comfortable and energy efficient year round.  Our Building Science Expert did a comprehensive evaluation of his home to determine why his rooms on the second floor were very uncomfortable and inconsistent with rooms on the first floor.

Generally, Cape Cod construction homes are the most inefficient homes due to the amount of unconditioned spaces on the second floor.  Unconditioned spaces are considered outside spaces as they are not heated or cooled.  

During the evaluation, the Building Science Expert noticed the knee walls or crawl spaces adjacent to the bedrooms and bathrooms on the second floor were insulated with a minimum amount of fiberglass insulation.  Wind Washing was evident on this inferior insulation.  Wind Washing is evidence of air flow through the stack effect.  Dirt was noticed around all the edges of the fiberglass insulation which was acting as a filter, not a convective insulation.

We installed our Super Kneewall with SilverGlo to the knee walls and crawl spaces.  A kneewall is the triangular space under the sloped roof and behind the wall of the room.  Our SilverGlo is expanded polystryene foam insulation with graphite infused in the foam.  This increases the R-value as compared to regular EPS foam.  

The attic triangle in a Cape Cod construction is a very tight space. In order for us to effectively treat this space, we dense packed with TruSoft Cellulose insulation from the ridge of the roof.  Dense packing is used when air sealing for convection loss is not possible.  We remove the ridge cap and access the attic and the slope of the attic from the roof line on the exterior of the home.  We blow insulation into the attic framing cavities fully packing the voids.  Using this treatment allows for hysteresis.  Hysteresis is vapor escaping through the top of the house for ventilation.

Additionally, in the basement of this home, the significant amount of humidity entering the house through the rim joist was causing mold spores to grow by raising the relative humidity above 70%.  Because the concrete foundation is a porous material, temperature differences between the top of the foundation and the bottom of the foundation causes condensation in the summer.  

By air sealing the entire rim joist with our closed cell spray foam, we stopped the humid air from entering the home in the summer and the cold dry air from entering the home in the winter.  This will keep the basement more comfortable and effectively more energy efficient.

This homeowner was able to notice a significant difference in the comfort of his home immediately.  He will realize lower heating and cooling costs and his home will be more energy efficient.

 

Making a Home More Comfortable in Windsor, CT

These home owners in Windsor, CT Had called us to their home because they could not keep the living space at a comfortable temperature. When our building science specialist got to the home, he realized that this home had a couple of problems that were making this home hard to heat.

The biggest problem was the attic. It was severely under insulated and had no air sealing. To solve this, first thing we did was remove all of the old nasty insulation. Then, we air sealed the entire attic making sure we got every penetration through the drywall, every top plate, and every end plate. After we did that, we installed a catwalk going the length of the attic to give the homeowners a little bit of storage space and a place for them to walk if they ever had to go up there. The final thing to do was to blow our Trusoft cellulose insulation to an R-value of R-60. This is the recommended amount of insulation the department of energy says all home in New England should have. 

The next area of the home was the basement. We spray foamed the rim joist so that no cold air could get into the house from this location. Doing this and properly insulating the attic, will help tremendously with making this home a more comfortable space for these home owners and their kids to live. 

The last thing we did was dense pack the floor above the garage. Both of the bedrooms that they used are above the garage and they were always freezing cold in the winter and super hot in the summer. To fix this, we dense packed every single bay. Making sure to get all the way down the bays so there is no area cold air can get into the living space. 

Once we completed these treatments, this home is now so much more comfortable and energy efficient!

Making a Home More Comfortable in Windsor, CT - Photo 1
Free Evaluation in West Suffield, CT

This homeowner in West Suffield, CT called us to schedule a Free Home Energy Evaluation to help them get to the bottom of why their home was so cold and drafty. The Building Science Specialist conducted the evaluation and noticed they had old, ineffective fiberglass insulation in their attic, as well as no air sealing. Their basement had little to no insulation and no air sealing as well. This will cause a cold and drafty home because nothing is stopping the harsh outdoor air from entering into the home at a drastic rate. We proposed to remove all of the old insulation in the attic, air seal, and insulate with foam blown-in cellulose insulation. This will stop air from entering or exiting the home from the attic. Next, we recommended removing the old traces of insulation in the basement, and insulating the rim joist with our spray foam! This will stop the flow of cold air into the home from the basement. By moving forward with these specialize treatments, this homeowner could enjoy a more comfortable home and a lower energy cost!!

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Eliminating Moisture in a Crawlspace in Pittsfield, MA

This homeowner came to us about issues with moisture in their stone foundation crawlspace which led into the basement. Vented stone crawlspaces allow moisture to get in and condense on everything from the floor joist to the ducts, allowing wood to rot and pests to thrive. If left unchecked, mold that forms as a result of this elevated moisture can work its way up into the home, putting you and your loved ones at risk for health complications. These vents also allow cold air to get into the crawlspace and move up through to the floor in rooms above the crawlspace, making your home harder to heat in those spots.

We started off with sealing the vents and other leaks to the outside to stop more moisture and cold air from making its way in.The walls are covered with our Foamax advanced polyisocyanurate foam insulation panels to insulate the basement and keep the cold out for good. A dimpled drainage matting is installed across the floor to create an airspace and thermal break. TerraBlock floor insulation is installed over that matting and finally, a vapor barrier liner is installed permanently over the dirt floor. This treatment was paired with our SaniDry basement air system to keep this home free of excess moisture with ease.

Thanks to Dr. Energy Saver by Eco Energy Solutions, this homeowner will no longer have to worry about moisture, pests, or cold floors in their home!

Eliminating Moisture in a Crawlspace in Pittsfield, MA - Photo 1
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