Are some of the rooms in your home too hot or too cold? Do you think you paying more than you should be for heating and cooling utilities? You might be surprised at 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 specialist today to learn more!
We help you have a more comfortable, energy efficient home with a comprehensive home energy audit. After the inspection we walk through your Charlottesville home with you showing you areas to improve and how to improve them.
By correctly installing the right type of insulation, our experienced home insulation professionals can help keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
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Our Professional, Certified team can repair your furnace in the winter
or your air conditioning in the summer. If it is time to replace and old
unit we can handle the installation of a new energy-efficient unit.
Project Location: Heritage Court, Charlottesville, 22903
Comment: Air duct problem/leaking. My house smells like dusty attic air. Not mold. Attic has blown in insulation and my entire home smells like attic. Would like an estimate for duct sealing.
Project Location: Wertland, Charlottesville, 22903
Comment: There is one bedroom that is noticeably colder than the rest of the apartment. The wall with two windows is very cold to the touch, and a cold draft can be felt below the windows.
Project Location: Melbourne Park Circle, Charlottesville, 22901
Comment: Looking for attic insulation and soundproofing
Project Location: Nunley Street, Charlottesville , 22903
Comment: How can I get an in home quote
Project Location: Berwick Ct, Charlottesville, 22901
Comment: Quotes needed for following work Please provide quotes for each part. 1) Allow for adequate ventilation through soffit by clearing rock wool batt insulation from eaves. Install baffles to protect air flow from new blown in cellulose. Add additional soffit vents as needed. 2) Repair or replace insulation on exterior of attic bedroom walls, cathedral ceiling and ceiling. Ensure adequate air flow on cathedral ceiling. 3) Seal off area under attic bedroom floor to keep out drafts and insulation 4) Blow in insulation to supplement existing insulation to reach R60. Estimated 1200 cu ft of blown cellulose.
Project Location: Cove Trce, Charlottesville, 22911
Comment: I am soon going to have my crawlspace sealed and need to permanently cover the old vents (8 total). On your video, I saw that you filled them with some type of formed foam blocks that were pretty thick. Do you know where I can obtain that type of foam block in the Virginia area? How thick should it be? Is it okay to have the outside filled in with brick to match the rest of the foundation? Thanks for your help!