Since air conditioning costs account for over half of the average South Carolina summer electric bill, it’s important to seal in that expensive, cool air and keep the outdoor, hot air where it belongs – outside! From window weatherstripping, to radiant barriers, to properly installed ducts, our home energy specialists will put an end to the air leakage that’s costing you so much extra cash.
But we won’t stop there! During our South Carolina home energy audit, we’ll take a close look at any part of your home that could use an energy upgrade. Dr. Energy Saver's mission is to make home energy savings affordable and accessible to homeowners in South Carolina. Choose from our dealers above or contact us today to get started 1-888-914-4171.
Having an energy audit performed on your home and following up with a series of energy-saving repairs brings multiple benefits: lower utility bills, increased comfort, improved "green" value, healthier indoor air quality, and protection from price increases for electricity and heating fuel.
We’ll come to your home during a convenient time for you, and carefully review your heating or cooling system providing the appropriate repairs or if needed helping you choose an energy-efficient replacement unit which we will install for you.
Dr. Energy Saver Dealers have been creating home energy solutions for years and have a track record of happy, satisfied homeowners who can see the difference in their lower energy bills and feel the difference in their more comfortable homes. The patented & proven solutions we offer for your home and the customer experience we provide has resulted in numerous industry & customer service awards. We treat your South Carolina home as our own making the the needed changes to improve it.
Project Location: Vanderbilt Dr, York, SC 29745
Comment: INTERESTED IN MAKING ATTIC MORE EFFICIENT DEPENDING ON COST
Project Location: Sawbriar Ct, Travelers Rest, SC 29690
Comment: Cold floor, no insulation in crawlspace between joists
Project Location: Magnolia Ave, Easley, SC 29642
Comment: -sealing my attic to prep before blowing insulation in. I have many mini spot lights in my living room that burn hot and bright. Changing to LED fixtures help? or should i just seal them and blow my insulation over them?