Single Pane Windows Replaced

Completion date: December 27, 2016

Location: Grants Pass, OR

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Janice and David purchased their 1990 home eight months ago. They noticed that the dining area in the kitchen was blazing hot compared to the rest of the house. The seal around the kitchen window was broken and too much heat radiated through it. As the summer temperatures reached record highs, they knew they needed a solution so they could enjoy their kitchen again.


The homeowners met Katrina at the Grants Pass Home Improvement Show and liked how informative she was along with her brochures and materials. They set up an appointment on the spot. Curtis was the energy efficiency specialist that came out to perform a whole home evaluation. He noted that having blown-in insulation along with spray foam installed in the attic would help in making their home more comfortable. “We loved working with everyone at Josh Lowe’s Dr. Energy Saver, from the office staff to the installation crew. Everyone is so friendly and great,” they said. TruSoft blown-in cellulose was used to replace the old fiberglass batts.

While the old windows were getting replaced with new energy efficient Simonton windows, Scott, the installer noticed that the main window was wobbly and cracked and could have exploded with the expansion. Janice and David were thrilled to have had that window replaced when they did before someone got hurt.

They have already felt a drastic difference in the comfort of their home. As winter fast approaches they know that as temperatures drop, they will remain cozy and be able to cook and relax in their kitchen. “Thank you so much to Josh Lowe’s Dr. Energy Saver for the wonderful work.” We here are so happy to have another happy customer!

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