Your Expert Home Insulation Contractor in Harrisburg, Oregon
We specialize in a variety of services aimed to lessen your home's carbon footprint and save energy and money each month! We offer it all, from home insulation and heating and cooling services to replacement windows and home energy audits!
Wall & Attic Insulation
Sealing Air Leaks
Home Energy Evaluation
Crawl Space & Basement Insulation
Home Energy Evaluation
Our goal is to make your Harrisburg home more comfortable, more health friendly, and less expensive to heat and cool. In our evaluation we inspect your home providing report on the condition of major systems like the furnace, ductwork, a/c, and insulation. We then check air leakage areas throughout the house to identify weak points where you are losing energy. We then provide recommendations with realistic expectations for energy improvements and offer a free estimate for proposed work.
Home insulation is an important aspect of your home that is either saving or costing you money. To help you get those most bang for your buck we offer all types of insulation including spray foam, blown-in insulation and rigid foam insulation. Not only are we equipped with different types of insulation we can insulate whatever is needed. Perhaps warm air is slipping through walls or your attic. We'll also handle the crawl-space and basement? Whatever is best for your Harrisburg home we can do.
Leaky attic causing Harrisburg, OR home to be cold
This couple in Harrisburg contacted Josh Lowe’s Dr. Energy Saver for a whole home evaluation. They told Josh their living room floors are cold and the house is unusually dusty. They have lived there for years and plan to stay there. They want to keep the air they are paying to heat inside their house.
Josh worked with them to develop a plan to make their home more comfortable, starting with the attic. Our crew air sealed the leaks in the attic and installed 31 special can light covers to stop the air flowing from the conditioned space to the attic. The duct work was sealed and wrapped to prevent leaks, and then the attic was blown to R-49 level with blown-in cellulose insulation.
The results pleased them so much that they had us back to do more work!