Woefully Under-Insulated Attic In Portland, OR Home Now Insulated (and Air-Sealed!) in Portland, OR
Homeowner Encapsulates Crawl Space To Help Keep Dampness Out Of Their Home in Eugene, OR
Local Insulation Installation, Mold, and Energy Professionals in the Camas Area
Our trained technicians are available to assist residents of the Camas area with a variety of home insulation improvement and mold removal needs. With combined decades of experience in our area, our team can tailor our services to your specific requirements for the Oregon and South West Washington Areas. Your comfort is our primary goal, with a direct focus on energy efficiency, our team knows exactly what should be done for any project you may have.
One of the main things you can do, to make your home's temperature comfortable during the winter months, is to insulate your home's attic. The attic can not only let cold air in, but it can also increase the costs of heating over time to keep the temperature up in the home. We can help you get more information about insulating your attic today to make your house more energy efficient.
Crawl Space Insulation
Adding insulation to your home's crawl space is a must when it comes to making your home more energy efficient. Unfortunately this part of the home is frequently ignored, an open crawl space can create many issues over time, including, but not limited to expensive heating costs. Learn more today about how we can make your crawl space more energy efficient.
Residential Insulation Installation
Sufficient insulation in your home is a requirement, especially in the Northern States we live in. Correct levels of insulation can eliminate excessive energy bill expenses by providing a more temperature controlled space inside your house. The goal of insulation is to keep the heat inside your house, making sure you don’t have to keep turning up the heat to keep the area comfortable. Get more information today about how our team can assist you with your home's insulation.
Professional Mold Remediation Services
Residential mold can be a very dangerous situation, from health issues to potential structural problems, it is incredibly important that any mold is treated quickly. When you begin to suspect there is mold growing in your house, or your crawl space or attic have not been inspected in years, reach out to us today to find out about what the Josh Lowe’s mold removal professionals can do to keep your home both healthy and safe. Get more information today about how we can work with you to prevent damage and health risks of mold growth.
Local Home Energy Evaluations
The team at Josh Lowe’s Dr. Energy Saver is available to help you track down how your home is costing too much money. This can be accomplished by having our team complete a home energy evaluation. The home energy evaluation will show you exactly what needs to be done to make the house as energy efficient as can be. Because the evaluation being tailored to your exact needs, it will provide you with specific solutions that our experts are ready to help you implement. Get more information about our professional home energy evaluations and how our team can assist you with reducing your overall energy costs.
In the winter is it a lower temperature when you sit near the windows? That may be an indicator that it is time to replace your windows. Your windows should be upgraded over time, they will need to be replaced eventually. Learn more about what signs to look for, or how to tell, when it is time to get new windows. You have many choices these days to upgrade and install more energy efficient windows that will not only keep the temperature in your home more stable but also keep your energy costs low.
Contact Our Team Today
If you have any of the problems described above, please do not hesitate to contact our team today. Making a comfortable home that saves you money is right around the corner and our team is here to help you work on all your home comfort goals. Fill out our online contact form or call us today at 541-485-2282 to talk with a live member of our team. Now is the time to start working to make your home more energy efficient and reduce your energy costs.