Dr. Energy Saver Insulation Videos
On this episode of Dr. Energy Saver's "On the Job" series, Larry Janesky, founder of Dr. Energy Saver, discusses the importance of an energy efficient attic, and shows us why it should be the number one priority in terms of energy-efficient upgrades with this spray foam attic insulation job.
On this episode of Dr. Energy Saver’s “On The Job” series, Larry Janesky – owner and founder of Dr. Energy Saver – and his team of energy experts tackle comfort issues in this home by addressing un-insulated rooms located in the basement underneath this concrete porch.
On this episode of Dr. Energy Saver's "On the Job" series, Larry Janesky, founder and owner of Dr. Energy Saver, discusses the importance of an energy efficient attic. Larry shows us why the attic should be the number one priority in terms of energy-efficient upgrades in a home by making this attic apart of the conditioned space.
Larry Janesky from Dr. Energy Saver demonstrates the process of using injection foam insulation in the exterior walls of a home with vinyl siding. Injection foam can be applied to walls even if they are already insulated with fiberglass batts. Besides increasing R-value, injection foam also closes gaps in the structure and seals air leaks.
Dr. Energy Saver performs an energy upgrade in an old cape, which was remodeled many times over the years. Due to that fact some exterior walls have fiberglass insulation, and some have no insulation at all. For this job, our energy conservation experts chose to use injection foam.
Larry Janesky, from Dr. Energy Saver explains the process of air sealing and insulating the cathedral ceilings and attic of newly constructed condominium units. A lot of energy is typically wasted through leaky attics and ceilings because the heated air from the living space will rise and escape through these areas.
Today Dr. Energy Saver was called out to this old Sears & Roebuck home to upgrade the insulation. To think there was a time when you could buy a house from a Sears & Roebuck catalogue and they would come out to build it for you. What we are going to do today is inject the walls with what we call IFoam (injection foam) insulation since most of this house has no insulation.
Today we were called out to help a homeowner whom wanted their barn to be very energy efficient because he wanted to keep it heated yet not waste a lot of fuel doing so.
We have a house that was built in 1760 by a gentleman names Barnum who is an ancestor of PT Barnum. This is a very old house and we're going to insulate the walls with injection foam and then insulate the attic with cellulose. If we look here this 250 year old clapboard is nailed right on to the studs and there is no wall sheathing behind the stud.
Before Dr. Energy Saver was called in for this job, this homeowner was wasting a lot of energy and money through his unsealed, uninsulated concrete crawl space. For 20 years since the home was built, an 8" x 16" crawl space door was allowing unconditioned outdoor air to enter the home and cause cold drafts, cold floors in the master suite right above the crawl space, overall discomfort, and higher heating bills.
In this job, Dr. Energy Saver opted for installing the SuperAttic System, because it will prevent enormous energy losses from the ducts and HVAC unit housed in the attic. As a result, this home is now healthier, quieter and more energy efficient.
Dr. Energy Saver has installed the appropriate insulation to help restore and improve this historic building's energy efficiency.The Cobb's Mill Inn building, in Weston, CT is one of the oldest structures in the U.S. and was built before the revolutionary wars.
In this episode of "On The Job," Larry Janesky, owner and founder of Dr. Energy Saver, explains the mold removal process, using a product called Mold-X Neutralizer. Mold-X is applied using a fogger, much like the ones used in pest control. The product will kill and neutralize the mold, stopping it from releasing spores.
The energy conservation experts at Dr. Energy Saver first look into the attic when helping improve a home's energy efficiency, because a properly insulated and air sealed attic is the main component of a green home! Larry Janesky, owner and president of Dr. Energy Saver, explains how the "stack effect" can make an uninsulated attic a huge source of energy loss. Heated air from the conditioned space rises and escapes through the vents in the attic.
On the Job in Florida, Larry Janesky, President and Owner of Dr. Energy Saver, installed a radiant barrier in an attic to make this homeowner's home more comfortable and to help reduce the cooling bills. Florida's warm sun causes most roofs, which absorb the sun's heat, to get really hot.
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