This homeowner in Lake Oswego knew there was mold growing under her home, and it was making them sick. This before photo shows the mold growing under her home. She wanted a permanent solution so they could enjoy their home; she chose to have us encapsulate the crawl space. With the SaniDry CX crawl space air system, the Smart Sump sump pump, and the encapsulation of her crawl space (see after photo), the mold does not have the environment it likes to grow.
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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!
Spray foam insulation is the best choice for insulation if you’re looking to increase your comfort & decrease your energy bills. Spray foam insulation is truly the best option for home insulation and here are a few reasons why. Spray Foam Insulation provides an air barrier due to its ability to fill gaps and cracks. It is also great at staying in the hard to reach areas because of its super-adhesive qualities. Spray foam insulation is also waterproof, unlike fiberglass and cellulose insulation. Water will not be able to pass through the foam which makes it an extremely durable and long-lasting product. Lastly, spray foam insulation is foolproof. Spray foam is sprayed as a liquid and then expands and hardens to fill voids and gaps. There is never any chance for an area to be missed or void to form. Once cured spray foam insulation will stay in place for decades to come and will never shift or settle like fiberglass. To ensure your home has the best insulation available and your energy bills are low, switch to spray foam insulation today!
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spray foam works in all areas of the home
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All the heat that you pump throughout your home in the winter can cost more than you anticipated. One of the largest reasons for the high bill you see every month is that your home is not properly insulated and the heat is escaping outside. Josh Lowe's Dr. Energy Saver is your Lake Oswego expert for all types of insulation including rigid foam, attic, crawl space, blown-in, and spray foam insulation. Wherever the air is escaping we can insulate it whether it be through walls, your basement, your attic, or in the crawl spaces.
Our goal is to make your Lake Oswego home's more comfortable, more health friendly, and less expensive to heat and cool. In our energy audit evaluation, we inspect your home and provide reports 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.
Case Studies From Lake Oswego
This homeowner and her family were experiencing serious health problems in their home. She already knew that the mold in the crawlspace (infiltrating...
This homeowner called us because she had already used our insulation services for another home she owns. She suspected the home she lives in had moisture issues underneath it. The right level of moisture is the right environment for mold to grow, and it also attracts animals. For her Lake Oswego home, she chose to have us encapsulate the crawl space to create a healthy and dry environment. Our insulation crew removed the old fiberglass batting from the walls under the home and sprayed closed-cell spray foam to create a barrier. Along with the encapsulation of the crawl space, a SaniDry CX crawl space air system and a SmartSump sump pump (see photo) were installed. All of these measure create a healthier environment for her home since 50% of the air she breathes on the first floor of her home comes from this crawl space.