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Before coming to work here, Braxton worked for a cabinet maker, an outdoor products distributor, and a cleaning company. He applied to Josh Lowe's Dr. Energy Saver to grow his skills in the housing and construction field and because he enjoys working for locally owned companies that help the local community.
In his spare time, Braxton enjoys mountain biking (with his Husky dog!), hiking and traveling around the Pacific Northwest, and playing music with friends.
This couple did research online for closed-cell spray foam companies and called us for an appointment. Their goals were to make their floors warmer in the winter and improve air quality in their home. About 50% of the air you breathe on the first floor comes in through the crawl space, so if a crawl space area is moldy or moist, or full of rodent feces, that comes in to the home.
This home definitely needed work as the underfloor insulation was ripped and hanging down (see BEFORE photo).
They chose us to install an average of three inches of closed-cell spray foam on the underfloor plus to seal the ductwork (see AFTER photo).
This home near Riddle, OR needed new crawl space insulation. Besides having the underfloor spray foamed, they also chose to have the ductwork for the heating system sealed up with closed cell spray foam. Now they are not heating the crawl space from the leaky ductwork!
The attic in new-to-this-family home in Roseburg, OR was only partially insulated when they moved in. To help them make their home more comfortable to live in, our expert insulation crew first removed all the old insulation you see in the BEFORE photo.
Before blowing in TruSoft™ cellulose insulation to the higher R-60 value, the crew sealed all the air leak areas to help prevent air from the home escaping in to the attic. With this nice insulation “blanket” in the attic, their new home is much more comfortable to live in!
After finding us online, this owner of a home near Otis, OR called about spray foaming exterior walls as they were at a point in this project where the interior side was open.
Our crew prepared the area and then applied spray foam up to 4 inches thick to the interior walls. It is now ready for drywall.