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Before joining Josh Lowe's Dr. Energy Saver, Eric spent eight years managing and maintaining his own rental properties while belonging to the Rental Owner's Association. During this time, he also worked as a software engineer and technical writer for 3Cinteractive where his communication and teaching skills were greatly leveraged.
Eric received his Bachelors of Science from the University of Oregon and has also worked in the audio industry in Los Angeles.
When not at work, Eric enjoys family time with his wife and children and says they are his inspiration. Some of Eric's hobbies include biking, fishing, and programming.
These Salem, OR homeowners had already dealt with one gigantic infestation of rodents and needed to have insulation replaced. The original insulation was fiberglass, and rodents love to use it as nesting material.
It wouldn’t make sense to just remove the fiberglass and replace it with more fiberglass. Our company offers a variety of insulation solutions, and closed-cell spray foam was the best solution here. Animals do not like to nest in it, they needed the ductwork insulated anyway, and this longer-term solution will also keep their home’s floors warmer in the winter.
This “Before” photo shows how the attic space had no insulation—no wonder the rooms below were cold! Our insulation crew blew in TruSoft™ cellulose to the R-38 level. Besides making a nice “blanket” in the attic (see “After” photo), it will also have the added benefit of deterring rodents from nesting. This cellulose is treated with borate, and animals do not like to be in it.