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Newark Delaware Attic Insulation Upgrade

Newark Delaware Attic Insulation Upgrade

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Adding additional insulation to this Newark, Delaware home increased comfort for the homeowner. Hot, upstairs rooms are no longer an issue for the New Castle resident.

New Castle Delaware Attic Air Sealing and Insulation Around Exhaust Pipe

New Castle Delaware Attic Air Sealing and Insulation Around Exhaust Pipe

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Proper air sealing and insulation around this exhaust pipe in this Newark, Delaware attic, helps keep the heat inside the home during the winter.

New Castle Delaware Resident Enjoys Cooler House In Summer

New Castle Delaware Resident Enjoys Cooler House In Summer

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Upgrading the old insulation in this Wilmington, Delaware home after air sealing made a big difference for this homeowner.

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Home Insulation, Duct Repair & Crawl Space Repair Company in New Castle

Lawson Home Services is an authorized dealer of the nationally renowned Dr. Energy Saver network of the best energy-conservation contractors across the country. We are not just a contractor company, we specialize in helping you understand your home's current energy efficiency, suggest repairs, and we also do the work! You'll receive the maximum energy and cost-saving results with least amount of hassle.

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Job Stories From New Castle County, DE
Spray Foam Insulation For Home Remodel

Curtis K. and his family were remodeling their home when he contacted Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva for a free home insulation estimate.  He was looking to maximize the insulation by installing insulation with the highest R-value possible. 

His home was completely gutted and stripped down to studs at the time, so adding spray foam insulation was simple for the production team.  Spray foam insulation was the perfect solution for this home remodel because it acts as both an air sealing and insulating agent to seal the home’s envelope and reduce the flow of heat all year round. 

Also, it has a higher R-value per inch than any other type of commonly used home insulation.  Whether you are remodeling or simply interested in reducing home heating and cooling bills, adding spray foam insulation is an excellent decision to look into.     

Air Sealing & Insulation Increases Home Energy Efficiency

A home with air leaks and insufficient insulation loses energy and typically causes the heating and cooling system to work harder in order to keep the home at a comfortable temperature.  

Wade H. was interested in the cost and time it would take to properly air seal and apply insulation to his home.  Energy specialist Michael Tucker from Dr. Energy Saver went out to assess Wade’s home and give him an appropriate estimate. 

In one short day, the production team from Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva went out and installed two inches of closed cell spray foam insulation and well as insulating and air sealing 10” rim joists.  This work will definitely increase overall energy efficiency because the interior air will not be able to get out as easily, and heat transfer will be slowed.  Wade can now enjoy a more comfortable and healthy home for years to come.    

Sealing Air Leaks in Newark, DE

In the winter, it’s very easy to tell where air is leaking into your home.  Whether it’s around doors and windows or small openings around the house, these cracks allow the conditioned air to escape and cold air to get in.  Gregory P. contacted Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva and described that he had signs of moisture on his ceilings and possible ice dams, as well as insufficient insulation that may be the cause of these problems.

Energy expert Michael Tucker went out to assess the problem and recommended an energy efficient solution.  He concluded that attic insulation and air sealing, an insulated attic door, airtight insulated boxes over can lights, and spray foam insulation should be installed. Each of these would effectively seal the home’s outer envelope and reduce heat loss in the winter and heat gain in the summer.

Gregory P. can now rest assured that ice damming will no long be a possibility because of the sealed air leaks and added attic insulation.  Additionally, his heating and cooling system will not have to work as hard to keep the home comfortable all year round.   

Spray Foam and Cellulose Insulation

Debbie W. contacted Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva for an estimate to install spray foam insulation to the slab of her sun house.  Energy expert Michael Alicknavitch went out to determine if spray foam was the right type of insulation for the job, and if so how much would be needed to increase energy efficiency and slow heat flow.

He concluded that both spray foam insulation and cellulose insulation should be installed under and above the sunroom.  Additionally, Debbie W. decided to have her whole home air sealed.  This air sealing package addresses every way that air could be leaking in or out of your home from large opening like doors and windows to small cracks that are barely noticeable. 

Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva is your local air sealing, spray foam, and cellulose insulation contractor.  We are trained and certified in all the latest energy saving technologies and techniques to help homeowners just like you!  

Improving Home Comfort with Crawl Space Encapsulation & More

Over the years, Tom H. has replaced windows, siding, and the roof of his home.  He has also done other renovation work, but still the house is uncomfortable and drafty during the cold winter months.   Finally it was time to find a permanent solution for this undesirable situation. 

Tom H. searched online and found Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva- his local energy contractor.  Michael Alicknavitch is an energy specialist who checked out Tom’s home and determined that adding SuperAttic, spray foam insulation to the basement/crawl space, the SuperKnee Wall insulation and air sealing treatment, and the CleanSpace crawl space encapsulation system with SilverGlo would definitely solve his home comfort problems.

SuperAttic and SilverGlo are similar because they are both rigid foam insulation panels that fully seal and insulate the space they are in.  Each one is perfect for their application because it is not messy and will sufficiently and effectively slow the flow of heat.  Now Tom H. and his family can enjoy a comfortable, warm, and cozy home throughout the winter and not worry about drafts and heat easily escaping.  

Properly Insulate Your Home Today with Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva

Proper insulation is what separates the highs and lows when it comes to a homeowner’s electric bill.  When homeowner Curtis K. found that his electric bill was through the roof he wanted a reason why: was it poor insulation or was it just how high he keeps the thermostat?  Seeking professional assistance, Curtis began looking around for an expert.  After searching for some time on line, Curtis came across Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva, and after seeing their impressive credentials he called them to come out and evaluate his home.

 

Shortly after contacting them, Curtis was met by Delmarva representative Michael Tucker at his Newark, MD home.  After explaining his current situation to Michael, Michael began evaluating the house for heat loss.  He eventually made his way to the attic and found that the finished attic was poorly insulated and was letting heat escape.  Michael had only one solution for Curtis’s problem and that is the installation of Closed Cell Spray Foam Insulation.  Closed Cell Spray Foam is an all-in-one insulation that doubles as an air sealant.  This type of insulation is ideal for any situation, even under the most extreme insulation requirements.  Curtis agreed to the product to be installed and Michael called in Delmarva’s Production Team One to complete the insulation installation process.  

 

Proper insulation can make it or break it when it comes to an energy efficient home.  Curtis’s home was once taking money out of his pocket that he didn’t realize, but thanks to the professionals at Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva, Curtis’s home is now energy efficient and will continue to be for years to come!

Insulate Your Home Today with All In One Closed Cell Spray Foam Insulation

Upon finding moisture in the corner of his ceilings, Newark, MD homeowner Gregory P. decided that he needed professional help when a home remedy wouldn’t solve his problem.  Gregory used Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva on a previously unrelated incident and decided to contact them again to come inspect his house.

 

Delmarva sent out representative Michael Tucker to asses Gregory’s home. Gregory showed Michael where he was finding moisture on his ceiling.  Michael examined the ceilings and began searching for the source of the moisture breakout.  Michael found that Gregory’s ceiling was poorly sealed and insulated.  To completely fix Gregory’s problems, the ceiling would have to reinsulated, resealed, and a new air tight attic hatch door be installed.  Michael recommended that the new insulation be Closed Cell Spray Foam.  This type of insulation is an all-in-one insulation that doubles as an air sealant.  It is ideal for any situation; even the most extreme conditions.  For added protection, Michael recommended an attic zipper seal for the attic door.  This seal is airtight and prevents heat from escaping when the attic door is closed.  Other products recommended for installation include air tight boxes around can lights and the insulation of 10” rim joists.

 

Michael called in Delmarva’s Production Team One to install the necessary products.  Before Delmarva came in, Gregory’s house was full of problems that cost him more than it should have, but thanks to the assistance of Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva, Gregory’s house is now energy efficient and better than ever before!

Wilmington, DE Homeowner Insulates Home with SuperKneeWall Insulation

Wilmington, DE homeowner Tom H. found himself in a predicament when he felt constant drafts coming through his home, especially during the winter months.  After trying to replace the windows, the siding, and parts of the roof to stop the drafts, Tom decided he wanted a professional to come in and find a way to make his home more comfortable. Tom immediately went online to search for contractors in his area, and he was soon redirected to Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva whom he contacted.

 

Soon after being contacted, Delmarva sent out insulation specialist Michael Alicknavitch to talk with Tom and evaluate his home.  After greeting one another, Tom began to explain the problem he was facing to Michael and he showed him specific areas in the home where he felt a draft coming through.  Michael analyzed the specific areas and then asked to inspect the crawl space.  In the crawl space, Michael found that the insulation installed had deteriorated due to excess moisture that had accumulated in the crawl space over time.  After taking a look at a few other sections of the home, Michael began to explain solutions to Tom’s problem.  Michael recommended that specified areas of the home be insulated with SuperKneeWall insulation and other areas of the main floors be insulated and air sealed to prevent future drafts.  For the crawl space, Michael knew that the excess moisture had to be eliminated, so he proposed the installation of a CleanSpace encapsulation system. This system is installed along the walls and floor of the crawl space and prevents moisture from penetrating its surface and getting into the confines of the crawl space.  Finally, Michael recommended installing new insulation in the crawl space and air sealing it as well.  

 

Michael called in Delmarva’s Production Team One to complete the installation process.  Drafts are no longer a problem in this Wilmington home, thanks to the professionals at Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva. Tom is now finally comfortable in his home and can enjoy it to its fullest potential with friends and family for years to come!

Wilmington Homeowner Saves Crawl Space with CleanSpace Encapsulation Matting

Insulation trouble is a very annoying and possibly costly problem.  When Wilmington homeowner John M. and his wife noticed that one of their rooms was cold in the winter and hot in the summer, they decided to start looking around for a contractor. The couple found themselves at a local home show where they saw a vendor for Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva. John filled out a form requesting a free estimate.

 

Shortly after filling out the form, the couple was contacted by Delmarva who wanted to send out a representative to the couple’s home.  The couple was soon met by Delmarva representative Michael Alicknavitch to inspect their home.  John explained that not only did the specific room need improvement, but there was also possible work in the crawl space and ducts.  After inspecting the home, Michael agreed that John was right and began to explain products that would fix the couples problems.  In the crawl space, Michael noticed a build up of outside moisture, and for this he recommended the CleanSpace encapsulation system coupled with a CleanSpace drainage matting.  The CleanSpace encapsulation system is installed along the floor and walls of a crawl space and is designed to prevent outside moisture from penetrating into the confines of the crawl space.  The drainage matting is designed to drain all moisture within the crawl space to a sump pump or other installed drainage system.  Throughout the rest of the house, Michael recommended that the ducts be sealed, and the specified room be insulated with closed cell spray foam insulation.  This type of insulation is an “all in one” insulation and is ideal for any home, even with the most extreme problems.

 

After going through what exactly was going to be installed and how it was going to be done, Michael called in Delmarva’s Production Team One to complete the process.  John finds that he and his wife are no longer having insulation problems anymore.  Their home feels better than ever and it’s all thanks to the professionals at Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva!

Properly Insulate Your Home Today with Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva

Proper insulation is what separates the highs and lows when it comes to a homeowner’s electric bill.  When homeowner Curtis K. found that his electric bill was through the roof he wanted a reason why: was it poor insulation or was it just how high he keeps the thermostat?  Seeking professional assistance, Curtis began looking around for an expert.  After searching for some time on line, Curtis came across Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva, and after seeing their impressive credentials he called them to come out and evaluate his home.

Shortly after contacting them, Curtis was met by Delmarva representative Michael Tucker at his Newark, MD home.  After explaining his current situation to Michael, Michael began evaluating the house for heat loss.  He eventually made his way to the attic and found that the finished attic was poorly insulated and was letting heat escape.  Michael had only one solution for Curtis’s problem and that is the installation of Closed Cell Spray Foam Insulation.  Closed Cell Spray Foam is an all-in-one insulation that doubles as an air sealant.  This type of insulation is ideal for any situation, even under the most extreme insulation requirements. Curtis agreed to the product to be installed and Michael called in Delmarva’s Production Team One to complete the insulation installation process.  

Proper insulation can make it or break it when it comes to an energy efficient home.  Curtis’s home was once taking money out of his pocket that he didn’t realize, but thanks to the professionals at Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva, Curtis’s home is now energy efficient and will continue to be for years to come!

Insulate Your Home Today with All-In-One Closed-Cell Spray Foam Insulation

Upon finding moisture in the corner of his ceilings, Newark, MD homeowner Gregory P. decided that he needed professional help when a home remedy wouldn’t solve his problem.  Gregory used Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva on a previously unrelated incident and decided to contact them again to come inspect his house.

Delmarva sent out representative Michael Tucker to asses Gregory’s home.  Gregory showed Michael where he was finding moisture on his ceiling.  Michael examined the ceilings and began searching for the source of the moisture breakout.  Michael found that Gregory’s ceiling was poorly sealed and insulated.  To completely fix Gregory’s problems, the ceiling would have to reinsulated, resealed, and a new air tight attic hatch door be installed.  Michael recommended that the new insulation be Closed Cell Spray Foam.  This type of insulation is an all-in-one insulation that doubles as an air sealant.  It is ideal for any situation; even the most extreme conditions.  For added protection, Michael recommended an attic zipper seal for the attic door.  This seal is airtight and prevents heat from escaping when the attic door is closed.  Other products recommended for installation include air tight boxes around can lights and the insulation of 10” rim joists.

Michael called in Delmarva’s Production Team One to install the necessary products.  Before Delmarva came in, Gregory’s house was full of problems that cost him more than it should have, but thanks to the assistance of Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva, Gregory’s house is now energy efficient and better than ever before!

Closed Cell Spray Foam Solves Insulation Problem in Bear, DE

Bear, DE homeowner Jerry M. found one winter that his electric bill was through the roof.  Wondering what the source of the problem was, Jerry decided to take to Google and search for solutions.  What Jerry came across was an energy saving company, DES Delmarva, whom he decided to contact for a free estimate.

Days after contacting Delmarva, Jerry was met by energy saving specialist Michael Alicknavitch.  Michael immediately asked if he could evaluate the entire house including basement and crawl space.  After careful evaluation, Michael found that the source of Jerry’s problems were in his crawl space which was poorly insulated.  Thankfully, Michael had a solution for Jerrys misfortune.  Michael recommended closed cell spray foam insulation.  This type of insulation is ideal for crawl spaces because it solidifies into a solid mass that is both water and air tight, ensuring a dry and energy efficient crawl space.  Additionally, Michael recommended the Everlast crawl space door.  This door, unlike traditional metal or wood doors, is built to last.  It is made completely out of inorganic plastics and foams and when installed creates an airtight and waterproof seal to prevent the unruly elements from entering your crawl space.

With the recommendations agreed upon, Michael called upon Delmarva’s production team to come in and complete the installation process.  Now with the products installed by Delmarva, Jerry’s crawl space is ready to save money and protect itself from disaster.

Tru-Soft Installed for Long Lasting Solution in Bear, DE Attic

Energy efficiency solutions not only keep your home well insulated but are also incredibly cost effective in the long run.  When Bear, DE homeowner Robert M. found that his attic’s insulation was wearing thin, he decided he needed a long lasting solution.  Robert began asking around at work and among friends and family for a reputable contractor. Shortly after he was referred to DES Delmarva by a neighbor who said they did good work.  Robert contacted them that same day for a free estimate.

Shortly after, Robert was met at his home by energy efficiency specialist Michael Alicknavitch who immediately took to his attic. Michael evaluated the situation and agreed that Robert’s insulation was wearing thin and needed to be replaced immediately.  Upon further inspection, Michael recommended that Robert have TruSoft blown-in insulation installed in his attic.  This type of insulation is ideal for insulating attic spaces.  With the recommendation agreed upon, Michael called in Production Team One to complete the process on Robert’s behalf.

After a short one day installation process, Robert’s attic is now more energy efficient than ever.  With TruSoft blown in insulation installed in his attic he should have no more energy problems for years to come!

 

New Castle Attic Insulated with TruSoft Blown-In Cellulose Insulation

Peggy H. of New Castle, DE discovered one day that the insulation in her home was becoming ineffective.  Knowing from prior knowledge that the source of this problem can be associated with the attic, Peggy knew  she needed professional assistance.  She was referred to Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva by a family friend and she went on their website to request a free estimate.  

She was soon met by insulation specialist Michael Brittingham at her New Castle house to evaluate her attic.  What Michael noticed was that her attic insulation was almost non-existent and needed to be replaced with a more effective, energy efficient solution.   First, Michael recommended air sealing the attic as a first level of protection.  Next, instead of traditional fiberglass insulation, TruSoft blown-in cellulose insulation would be installed.  Finally, an attic zipper seal would be installed on the entrance ladder to ensure an airtight seal to keep it well insulated.  

With the recommendations agreed upon, Michael called in the assistance of Production Team One to complete the insulation installation process.  Now that Peggy’s attic is properly insulated, she no longer has to worry about heating bills and can sleep comfortably at night thanks to the professionals at DES Delmarva.

Garage and Attic Insulated with TruSoft Blown-In Cellulose Insulation

Brent J. is a New Castle homeowner who has a insulation problem.  Realizing that a lack of insulation leads to energy deficiencies and high costs, Brent decided he wanted professional assistance.  Brent took to Google to find a company when he came across Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva who he called that same day.

Delmarva representative Michael Alicknavitch was sent to Brent’s New Castle home to evaluate his insulation.  After analyzing parts of the home such as the attic, the garage and the basement, Michael realized that Brent’s attic and garage were poorly insulated.  Thankfully for Brent, Michael had the ideal solution.  After calling Production Team One to install the products, Michael walked Brent through the installation process.  Brent oversaw the crew install TruSoft blown-in cellulose insulation in his attic and his garage ceiling.  This dense pack insulation is an ideal and more suitable type of insulation than fiberglass due to its dense nature.  Along with this, the crew air sealed the attic and ceiling of the garage as an added layer of protection.

After a quick and easy two day installation, Brent’s home is now correctly insulated and he no longer has to worry about high costs or cold drafts, all thanks to the professionals at Dr. Energy Saver Delmarva.

Reduce Odors in Wilmington, Delaware

When homes encounter high humidity inside of their basement, it usually leads to odd or musty odors seeping through the floor into your living space making your home stay very uncomfortable. Homeowners in Wilmington, Delaware were suffering from that problem. 

With humidity levels inside of the basement higher than what was expected, condensation began to appear causing those odd odors. After calling out Dr. Energy Saver who diagnosed the issues they were having inside of the basement, the production got to work. 

The first matter at hand involved removing the previous damp and foul smelling insulation inside of the basement. We then installed our high performance energy efficient dehumidification system inside of the basement to control the relative humidity levels inside. This prevents condensation from happening and also prevents the potential of microbial growth. 

After the work was completed, the homeowners noticed the odor was no longer. Overrall, another happy and satisfied Dr. Energy Saver customer! 

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Fixing Leaky Duct Work in Wilmington, Delaware

When checking the duct work in homes, it is proven that all duct work leaks. Stopping these leaks typically will have a lasting impact on how well you can control your heating and cooling inside of your home. But how to stop duct leakage is an on-going issue with homeowners.

Here in Wilmington, Delaware homeowners were experiencing just those conditions. With gaps inside of the duct work, not only did this cause their HVAC system to turn on more than it should causing higher electric bills, the leaks in the duct work caused debris, air pollutants, and other air quality issues to be blown inside of the home. Also, the house leaked so bad that they could not heat or cool one side of the home! Imagine living in a home where one side is too uncomfortable to even spend time in. 

Dr. Energy Saver was called to help solve the problem the homeowners were experiencing. We recommended Aeroseal which is a process that seals cracks and holes in new and existing air duct systems. Seeing the added benefits of how aerosealing your duct work could benefit you in savings off your fuel and electric bills, the homeowners agreed to the work. 

We tested their duct work before sealing up the holes and leaks. The home had 722.5 CFM(Cubic Feet per Minute) of leakage. That is equivalent to a 136.5 square inch hole which is about 433.5 refrigerators full of air loss every hour! After aerosealing their duct work, we reduced the leakage down to 25.5 CFM of leakage which is equivalent to a 4.8 square inch hole. Overall, Dr. Energy sealed up 95.5% of the duct leakage improving the overall homes comfort and health! 

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