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Do some rooms in your home feel too hot or too cold? Are you paying more than you should for heating and cooling utilities? It’s surprising how small improvements can make a big difference in your home's (and wallet's) comfort potential. Contact your local Dr. Energy Saver home energy contractor for a FREE estimate today!

Home Energy Audits   

We help you have a more comfortable, energy-efficient home with a comprehensive home energy audit. After the inspection, we walk through your Pittsburgh home with you showing you areas to improve and how to improve them.

Evaluations Include:
  • Air Leak Inspection 
  • Thermal Scanning
  • Detailed Explanation    

  • Blower Door (Infiltrometer) Test
  • Insulation Level Check
  • Appliance & Lighting Checks

Insulating Your Pittsburgh Home

Our Professionals can help keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer by correctly installing the right type of insulation.

Types of Insulation
  • Spray Foam
  • Blown-in
  • Blown-in Cellulose       
  • Rigid Foam
  • Radiant Barrier  
  • Sealing Air Leaks
  • Air Duct Sealing            
Areas of Home
  • Attics
  • Basements
  • Crawl Spaces
  • Garages
  • Walls

HVAC Services

Having furnace or AC problems? Our highly skilled HVAC team will quickly
repair your  system and if a new unit is needed we can professionally and
efficiently  install a new energy-efficient system.

  • Gas Furnace
  • Oil Burners
  • Electric Furnaces
  • Heat Pumps
  • Forced Air Heaters
  • Gas Boilers
  • Oil Boilers
  • Hot Water Heater
  • Tankless Water Heaters 
  • Central Air Conditioning
  • Ductless Air Conditioning
  • AC Repair & Installation
  • Heat Pumps
  • Ductwork Cleaning
  • Ductwork Sealing 
  • Ductwork Repair

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Recent job requests for Dr. Energy Saver in Pittsburgh, PA:

Project Location: Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Comment: Uneven temperatures in our home.

Project Location: Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Comment: We live in a 2,000 sq/ft ranch with a significant crawl space where air ducts and pipes run through. This portion of the house (bathrooms and bedrooms area) is much colder than the rest of the house. My thought is that insulating/sealing the ductwork and the crawl space will make a huge difference. We have an older house, so I'm sure there will be additional problem areas as well.

Project Location: Pittsburgh, PA 15238

Comment: Just looking to see how efficient the house is and where we could be doing better.

Project Location: Pittsburgh, PA 15235

Comment: The home was built in the early sixties. It is a split level ranch type home with 1 floor and a basement on the same level as the two car garage. The current insulation, according to the inspector when I purchased the home just recently, said the R factor is about a 5 or 6. This needs corrected immediately, and I'd like to see a resulting R49 at the minimum with at least 14 inches of cellulose insulation, if possible.

Project Location: Pittsburgh, PA 15210

Comment: Just purchased a new home and I know that the attic needs insulation. I am concerned about the walls as I am unsure if they are insulated or not.

Project Location: Pittsburgh, PA 15221

Comment: Interested in adding a humidifier to our HVAC, but have heard that we should first ensure that the house is efficiently sealed first.

Project Location: Pittsburgh, PA 15221

Comment: Ice damming. Air escaping through attic hatch, damming in front of front entrance stoop. leaking. Seal attic gaps, repair water damage?

Project Location: Pittsburgh, PA 15215

Comment: The upstairs is significantly colder than the downstairs in my home.

Project Location: Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Comment: Upstairs is colder than the downstairs especially in the master bedroom in the winter. In the summer it's the opposite problem, hot upstairs.

Project Location: Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Comment: My house is a 3 story townhouse that I have owned for around 3 years. Temperature regulation has always been a problem for me and my energy bills are a lot higher than should be expected in the cold months. When it is cold outside, my first floor stays pretty cold while my third floor is uncomfortably warm. My furnace seems like it is constantly running.

Project Location: Pittsburgh, PA 15217

Comment: I want to add blown-in insulation to my attic to supplement the existing laid-down fiberglass.

Project Location: Pittsburgh, PA 15228

Comment: I have a room in the basement that is under the front porch of the house! I need to turn it into a bathroom and will need to insulate this room so it is warm enough as a bathroom in winter time.

Project Location: Pittsburgh, PA 15241

Comment: Multilevel attic with a couple un-insulated partial walls with no attic access to them. Radiate considerable heat in summer.

Project Location: Pittsburgh, PA 15226

Comment: Attic insulation for a small house.

Project Location: Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Comment: Hi there, I just purchased a new home, circa... 1950s - split level and the attic space is limited and appears to have a limited amount of insulation. After going through some issues on my previous house on the sealed nature of the second floor, I wanted to look into this for this new home. 1. I'd like to test for leaks 2. seal the space between 2nd floor and the attic 3. add additional insulation 4. potentially add insulation between my garage and the above floor.

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