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At Josh Lowe’s Dr. Energy Saver, we offer a variety of easy-to-use financing options for homeowners in Western Oregon. During our in-house visit, one of our specialists will help you find the financing options that work for you!

Attic Insulation Installation & Replacement in Eugene, OR 

Proudly Serving Western Oregon Homeowners

At Josh Lowe's Dr. Energy Saver, we specialize in professional attic insulation services that are tailored to increase your home's comfort and energy efficiency. Our certified home energy specialists are committed to delivering exceptional service using the highest quality products and advanced technologies. 

Our attic insulation services include:

We provide comprehensive insulation services ranging from the crawl space to the attic, ensuring every corner of your home is well insulated. With our expertise, you can trust us to enhance your home's energy performance and create a cozy living environment for you and your family.

Call (541) 287-7022 for high-quality attic insulation installation and replacement services in Eugene.

5 Signs You Need to Replace the Insulation in Your Attic 

Damaged or insufficient attic insulation can lead to various problems in your home. That’s why our team at Josh Lowe’s Dr. Energy Saver urges you to become familiar with the warning signs that your insulation needs to be replaced. 

Signs that you need to replace your attic insulation include:

  1. High energy bills: Poor insulation forces HVAC systems to work harder to maintain optimal temperatures, which often results in higher energy bills.
  2. Fluctuating indoor temperatures: Drastic temperature changes from one room to another could indicate insufficient insulation.
  3. Cold walls, ceilings, and floors: These are signs of heat escaping due to poor insulation.
  4. Pest infestation: Pests – such as rats and mice – use insulation to build their nests. The interaction between pests and insulation can cause significant damage to the insulation. 
  5. Wet insulation: If your insulation is wet, it's ineffective and needs to be replaced immediately to prevent mold growth and structural damage.

Timely replacement of your attic insulation can save you money and help you maintain a comfortable living environment. Contact Josh Lowe’s Dr. Energy Saver for attic insulation replacement in Eugene. 

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    "Best Choice Around"

    Could not have had a more pleasurable experience!

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    "Really Impressed"

    Really amazing people, hard workers, and did a wonderful job!

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    "By Far the Best"

    I would highly recommend this company to make your home a more comfortable place to live!

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    "Went Above and Beyond"

    Our home is much warmer now!

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    "Saved the Day"

    They were on time, professional, and did exactly what had been agreed upon!

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    "Very Professional"

    Delivered on every commitment!

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    "Worth Every Penny"

    These guys will do a great job!

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    "5-Star Service"

    Communicates well and does outstanding work!

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Types of Insulation We Install 

At Josh Lowe's Dr. Energy Saver, we pride ourselves on our extensive experience in installing insulation with precision and care. As part of the esteemed Dr. Energy Saver network, we utilize premium products to ensure top-notch service quality and customer satisfaction.

We install the following types of insulation:

  • Blown Cellulose Insulation: This eco-friendly option is made from recycled paper products and treated for fire resistance. It offers excellent thermal performance and can be installed in attics, walls, and other hard-to-reach areas.
  • Spray Foam Insulation: An efficient insulator, spray foam expands upon application, filling cracks and crevices to create an airtight seal. It provides both insulation and air sealing to help reduce your home's energy losses.
  • SuperAttic™ Rigid Foam Insulation: A superior choice for attic insulation, SuperAttic™ Rigid Foam features a high R-value per inch, making it very effective at reducing heat transfer. Its rigid nature also makes it resistant to damage from moisture and pests.

Our licensed technicians examine your home to determine which type of insulation best suits your needs before explaining your options to you and providing seamless installation. 

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Common Answers To Your Questions

Have questions? We are here to help. Still have questions or can't find the answer you need? Give us a call at 541-287-7022 today!

  • Why is my house so cold?

    There usually will be a variety of reasons why your home is cold, thereby making YOU uncomfortable in your home! The best thing is to get a full evaluation of your home by one of our energy consultants.

    We don’t just stick our head into the attic or crawl space and say, “Yep, you need more insulation.” Our energy consultants actually suit up with protective gear and crawl into the attic and/or crawl space to see what is actually going on.

    Are there can lights cut into the attic and air is escaping from your living space through there? Are your soffits not insulated?

    You may have some insulation in your attic and crawl space, but chances are it’s not doing much other than being an air filter (e.g., fiberglass). Instead of insulating over it, it is better to remove it. Then our insulation crew can cover can lights, seal air leaks, and then re-insulate. We offer blow-in cellulose and spray foam.

    Each situation is unique, so since we offer different insulation materials. Contact us to set up your free evaluation to discover how to be comfortable again!

  • Why are my utility bills so high?

    Air you pay to heat, or cool, may be quickly leaking out of your house! You want that air to stay in your home, thereby heating or cooling all the items in your home and keeping YOU comfortable.

    There are many places where air can leak out. Attic spaces are notorious for leakage, whether it’s where lights from rooms below are cut in to the attic floor, where the roof meets the house, or construction issues. Even if your home is new, it doesn’t mean it was built well.

    Sealing leaks and properly insulating your attic can be an amazing solution to reduce your utility bills and make you more comfortable in your home. Contact us to set up your free whole home evaluation.

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    Isn’t your window there so you can see outside and to let more light or fresh air inside? Our Simonton Daylight Max window is your solution, offering up to 40% more glass viewing area than any other manufacturer on the market. Contact Josh Lowe’s Dr. Energy Saver to set up a free, no-obligation appointment with one of our window specialists. You will also learn about other features of the Simonton line of windows, from Energy Star ratings, to transferable lifetime warranties to windows that tip in for easier cleaning. Ask about energy rebates on qualified windows.