Dr. Energy Saver Windows and Doors Videos
This homeowner called Dr. Energy Saver a second time after being so pleased with the prior energy saving work, with the task of making the skylight in the kitchen more energy efficient. Skylights are often used to bring additional daylight into rooms and are great looking architectural features, but depending on the way in which they were built and installed, they can become a big source of energy waste.
Larry Janesky, owner and president of Dr. Energy Saver is shown in this video using an energy efficient window to replace the older basement window. Many homeowners these days are well aware of the benefits of having energy efficient replacement windows around the house. Heat loss and air leakages through inefficient windows can significantly increase your heating and cooling bills. Basement windows, however, are often overlooked as a source of energy loss. That is a costly mistake.
While replacing an old window with a brand new high efficiency model, Larry Janesky from Dr. Energy Saver demonstrates how to install a replacement window for the best energy efficiency, and explains what a window energy efficiency label means. A window is always the coldest spot in a wall and can feel leaky from heat transfers and the "convective loop."
Dr. Energy Saver energy conservation experts replace each window with extra care to ensure the highest quality of energy efficiency and to give the best energy savings and return for your investment. In this job, Dr. Energy Saver replaces a home's old wooden windows with high efficiency windows. To prevent air leakages around the new windows, they inject spray foam into the shim space.
Dr. Energy Saver's owner and president was On the Job down in Florida helping us understand how to make homes more energy efficient in warmer areas of the country. Today, he focuses on how windows can lose or conserve energy.
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