Do you ever ask yourself, "Why is my electric bill so high?" There are many possible reasons. Improper insulation or leaking air ducts can increase your electric bill as much as 40%, costing you hundreds or even thousands of extra dollars a year.
In Dr. Energy Saver's home energy audit, our experts will examine your home to determine how best to maximize its energy efficiency. We take a whole-house approach to energy savings to ensure that your Virginia electric bill is as low as it can possibly be (and stays low forever)! 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 Virginia home as our own making the the needed changes to improve it.
Project Location: 19064, Grouse Terrace, Leesburg, VA 20176
Comment: Interested in duct sealing / insulation of house
Project Location: Quarterpath Trace Circle, Sterling, VA 20165
Comment: Garage attic insulation upgrade.
Project Location: Grenata Preserve Pl, Leesburg, VA 20175
Comment: One of my air handlers is in the unconditioned attic and overheats in the summer. I am interested in an attic insulation solution.
Project Location: Maleady Drive, Herndon, VA 20170
Comment: Anticipated serious heat loss through roof
Project Location: Town Branch Terrace SW, Leesburg, VA 20175
Comment: Looking for attic insulation and help with ductwork insulation.
Project Location: Champion Lake Ct, Herndon, VA 20170
Comment: Drafts in framing behind drywall.
Project Location: Linwood Manor Pl, Ashburn, VA 20148
Comment: I am looking to get quote for insulating my roof. It is new house.
Project Location: Lake View Way, NW, Leesburg, VA 20176
Comment: We have drafts coming into the house around the windows.
Project Location: Old Quincy Lane, Reston, VA 20194
Comment: I'd like to schedule an energy loss analysis. I'm concerned about air loss and lack of insulation.
Project Location: North Shore Dr., Reston, VA 20190
Search Request: energy audit
Comment: Trying to get assessment on insulation
Project Location: Melchester Dr, Herndon, VA 20171
Search Request: attic insulation
Comment: Interested in quite for air sealing and upgraded insulation for attic
Project Location: Waterdock Dr, Aldie, VA 20105
Comment: Cold air coming through a few of the ducts when heat not on. One side of house colder than the other.
Project Location: Sarazen St, Chantilly, VA 20152
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Comment: Hello I would like an energy audit done on my home because we are having issues with cooling the second story rooms equally. Thank you Ed
Project Location: Winstead St, Great Falls, VA 22066
Comment: Our attic HVAC and duct work probably needs some good sealing and insulation to better manage heat/cold in winter/summer months. Would like an expert to come over with ideas/suggestions/solutions. Tx
Project Location: Mountain Road, Haymarket, VA 20169
Comment: I have a large crawl space foundation under pretty much my entire house (there was an addition added off the back, so that's not part of the original foundation. Anyway, the crawl space currently has fiberglass insulation between the floor joists, and while it seemed to do OK this winter, I noticed that it is falling out in places, and as a result there are some cold spots on the floor. I was planning to just replace the old/falling out insulation, and maybe try stapling plastic sheeting to the joists to hold it all in. So I went on the internet to see if that is a viable solution and learn how it's done. I didn't realize there is a different solution, (rigid foam insulation along the walls) and I think I like your option better - especially since I have an HVAC unit in the crawls space, and I have noticed some dampness on the foundation walls - as well as some vents to the crawl space that are old and stuck open. I'd like to learn more about your solutions.