Blown-in insulation can be installed over existing insulation to raise R-value and performance.
Is your attic properly insulated? According to the US Department of Energy, the recommended insulation for attics ranges from R-34 to R-49 depending on climate, but most attics have less than R-20 insulation. For homeowners with underinsulated attics, uncomfortable temperatures, and high heating and cooling costs, an insulation upgrade from Dr. Energy Saver St. Louis is the solution you need.
We offer quality blown-in attic insulation that will raise your R-value to the level your home needs, improving home comfort and energy efficiency while saving you money. Our experts can evaluate your home and recommend the right solutions for your needs. If you're interested in blown-in insulation for your home, call us today at 1-844-385-7503 or click below for a free estimate in St. Louis, Florissant, Ballwin and the nearby areas.
This Greenville, Illinois attic had very little insulation. Dr. Energy Saver St. Louis installed blown-in insulation to improve thermal resistance and increase comfort in the conditioned space below.
Never insulate an attic without thoroughly air sealing and fixing all the things you are about to bury like the can lights, space around the chimney, they myriad of pipe and wire holes, etc. Many “insulation contractors” do this all the time. The air leaks up through all these unsealed gaps and holes and right up through the insulation. Dr. Energy Saver St. Louis seals up any penetrations, properly vents fans and brings your insufficient insulation up to and beyond industry standards.
This Glen Carbon, Illinois attic orginally had less than 4 inches of insulation. Dr. Energy Saver St. Louis blew in insulation to increase thermal resistance and improve comfort.
Never insulate an attic without thoroughly air sealing and fixing all the things you are about to bury like the can lights, space around the chimney, the myriad of pipe and wire holes, etc. Many “insulation contractors” ignore these important areas all the time: they just cover them with insulation. The air leaks up through all these unsealed gaps and holes and right up through the insulation. Dr. Energy Saver St. Louis seals up any penetrations, properly vents fans and brings your insufficient insulation up to and beyond industry standards.
Blown-in insulation would thoroughly increase the thermal boundary between the attic and the conditioned space much more than the old insulation would. This homeowner decided to upgrade to make her home more energy efficient.
This St. Louis, MO attic had little in the way of insulation. Dr. Energy Saver drastically increased the insulation depth which results in reduced energy bills and increased comfort in the home.
Most homes have far less attic insulation than what is recommended. Existing insulation bats often cause gaps and openings, creating cold and hot spots. The blown insulation will fall into these gaps eliminating the cold in hot spots in the ceiling.
Dr. Energy Saver will construct an insulated containment box around the fan and then air seal the assembly so that it doesn't leak your conditioned air to the outside.
Most homes have far less attic insulation than what is recommended. Existing insulation batts often cause gaps and openings, creating cold and hot spots. However, our blown in fiberglass insulation will completely fill all gaps and openings eliminating the cold in hot spots in the ceiling.
The amount of insulation in this home was very small. The ground was easy to see and walk through and did not keep the house warm. After Dr. Energy Saver came, they filled the attic to about R-19. This amount of insulation now maintains the heat throughout the rest of the house.
These Wildwood, MO homeowners found themselves with a mess! Their home was damaged in one of the late spring mega storms that rampaged our area, when a large tree fell onto their roof. Left with gaping holes, a huge mess and damaged insulation, the homeowners got back in contact with Dr. Energy Saver. We had completed air sealing and insulation work in their home just months prior to the storm damage. After a quick visit from their specialist, Chad, the Dr. Energy Saver crew went back to re-air seal and insulate the entire attic area once the roof was repaired.
Blown-in fiberglass insulation uses a similar material to fiberglass batts, but is instead applied by through a machine that shreds the material and blows it into the attic space. Once applied after air sealing, this method creates a thick blanket of insulation that limits heat transfer between the attic and the living space below and helps create a more comfortable, efficient home.
Blown-in insulation can usually be applied over the top of existing insulation, limiting the amount of prep work and time that are involved in the process. Fiberglass is one of the most affordable insulation materials available, making it a great choice for homeowners who are looking to reduce their utility bills.
If you're interested in blown-in insulation for your home, Dr. Energy Saver St. Louis has the solutions you need. Our experts will identify problem areas in your home and provide you with a quality solution that creates a more comfortable home while saving you money on heating and cooling costs. Call us today at 1-844-385-7503 or contact us online to get started with a free estimate. We offer all our insulation services in St. Louis, Florissant, Ballwin, Belleville, Chesterfield, East St. Louis, Fenton, Granite City, Arnold, Edwardsville and throughout the surrounding areas.