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Properly Ventilated Bathroom Fan in Saint Louis,MO

Properly Ventilated Bathroom Fan in Saint Louis,MO

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Properly Ventilated Bathroom Fan in Saint Louis,MO Properly Ventilated Bathroom Fan in Saint Louis,MO

Properly venting your bathroom exhaust fan will allow it to work more efficiently. If your bathroom exhaust fan is not vented properly to the outside of the home, the odors and moisture are being blown up into your attic. This can lead to moldy insulation and poor ventilation. Dr. Energy Saver St. Louis can safely vent your bathroom exhaust fans through your home’s roof or one of the gables.

Insulating Walls in St. Louis,MO

Insulating Walls in St. Louis,MO

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Insulating Walls in St. Louis,MO Insulating Walls in St. Louis,MO

This St.Louis,MO home needed to make the room over thier crawlspace more comfortable.  If your exterior walls are insulated with fiberglass batts, heat is consistently lost through the exterior walls during the winter, and gained during the summer, making your home very difficult and expensive to heat and cool. Dense packing cellulose into walls with fiberglass batts (or walls that have no insulation at all) is a great way to achieve the targeted R-value, as well as making your home more comfortable and efficient. Dense packed cellulose can also create a sound barrier in your exterior walls, too!

Air Seal & Insulate Rim Joist in St. Louis, MO

Air Seal & Insulate Rim Joist in St. Louis, MO

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Air Seal & Insulate Rim Joist in St. Louis, MO Air Seal & Insulate Rim Joist in St. Louis, MO

We always recommend air sealing before insulating because as you can see in the before shot, some insulation loses its shape. If it were air sealed and the insulation moved, it would at least maintain some efficiency. We air seal then insulate using spray foam to achieve the best results and more comfortable floors above the basement.

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St. Louis, MO The insulation and air sealing made a big improvement!
Testimonial by Dave L. from St. Louis, MO
We could feel a difference halfway through the install!
Testimonial by Helen Z. from University City, MO
I'm looking forward to seeing my next energy bill.
Testimonial by Mary E. from Maplewood, MO

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Increase Your Home's Energy Efficiency and Comfort Today 

Dr. Energy Saver St. Louis is an authorized dealer of the nationally renowned Dr. Energy Saver network of the best energy-conservation contractors across the country. At our home energy saving company we are not just an everyday contractor, but we specialize in helping you understand your home's current energy efficiency, suggest repairs, and perform the work at an affordable price. You'll receive the maximum energy and cost-saving results with least amount of hassle.

Saint Louis, MO Home Energy Saving Specialists

We specialize in a variety of services, such as home energy audits and home insulation upgrades including: spray foam insulation, attic insulation, radiant barriers, wall insulation, blown-in insulation, weatherization, ice damming prevention, and more. All of our home energy conservation services are aimed to lessen your home's carbon footprint all while saving energy and money each month! Our company's certified energy saving professionals offer it all, from air sealing to duct work to insulation in Saint Louis, Missouri.

At Dr. Energy Saver, we not only test and investigate your home's energy usage, but we will discuss and prioritize the proper repairs. You'll know which ones will save you the most energy and why. This will also help direct you in making the best decision for you and your family.

  • Home Insulation
  • Spray Foam Insulation
  • Open Cell and Closed Cell Foam
  • Air Sealing Packages
  • Blower Door Testing
  • Duct work Sealing
  • Blown in Insulation
  • Attic Insulation
  • Weatherization/ Weatherproofing
  • Crawl Space Insulation and Repair
  • Radiant Barrier Installation
  • Rigid Foam Insulation
  • Injection Foam Insulation
  • Ice Damming Prevention
  • Dehumidification Systems
  • Indoor Air Quality Solutions
  • Ductwork, Air Duct Sealing
  • Sealing Air Leaks
  • Home Energy Audits
  • Window Replacement

For a FREE, no-obligation services estimate in Saint Louis, Missouri, you'll also receive a free copy of "Saving Energy and Money at Home," a great book to use as you begin to create a more comfortable, healthy, and energy efficient home!

Case Studies From Saint Louis County
Garage
Homeowner John needed to find a way to make his daughter's room, located above the garage, more comfortable and energy efficient. Dr. Energy Saver...
Warming
This Wildwood, MO house was losing heat and the family found several places in the home that were especially cold. When the family did try and warm...
Attic
These Bridgeton, MO homeowners contacted Dr. Energy Saver in hopes of "updating" their attic insulation. They've lived in their home for more than 25...
Job Stories From Saint Louis County, MO
Air Sealing Diagnosis in Chesterfield, MO

Breck and his wife have lived in their house 15 years and plan to live there a while longer.  Every year they noticed a difference in temperature throughout their house.  A temperature that they didn't have control over.  They used a humidifier in the winter and a dehumidifier in the winter.  The couple spent most of their time on the main floor of their house which was the area with the most problems.  They needed this problem fixed so they could live more comfortably.  Dr. Energy Saver came and inspected the home and then diagnosed the problem as an air loss issue.  Air Sealing and increased insulation was the best way to take care of this job.

Wildwood, MO home gets Air Sealing Job

This Wildwood, MO home was having issues with energy wasting leaks in the attic and basement.  Several places in the home, including the kitchen, dining room, and the daughter's room were quite cold.  These homeowners called Dr. Energy Saver St. Louis and had a free Home Energy Check-up.  After this, the homeowner's decided to proceed with repair.  They air sealed the attic and the basement with spray foam and now the home is much warmer.

Fenton, MO Home gets Air Sealed and Insulated

Tom and Carol were looking to live more comfortably.  They were tired of their rooms being drafty an too dry in the winter and extra hot in the summer.  They wanted a permanent solution so they called Dr. Energy Saver St. Louis.  They then found that air sealing the home and installing more insulation would do the trick.  After these were put in place, these homeowners are now living happily ever after.

CleanSpace Encapsulation for Florissant, MO Home

Amberle's add-on room above her crawlspace was extremely warm in the summer and freezing cold in the winter. She needed help finding the proper insulation technique that would satisfy her needs.

Dr. Energy Saver had just the thing. By using CleanSpace crawlspace encapsulation, an effective crawlspace barrier, the house and specific add-on room were isolated from the earth, keeping air infiltration to a minimum. A Dimple matting was also installed underneath the CleanSpace to allow water to drain if necessary. 

Amberle can now enjoy the comfort of even temperatures in her add-on room.

Cleanspace Encapsulation for Florissant, MO Home

Sheila and Dale were on a mission to make their home more comfortable and energy efficient so they sought out the guidance of Dr. Energy Saver.

The Cleanspace crawl space encapsulation system was installed to isolate the house from the earth. Cleanspace is a practical and fresh-looking energy saver that not only reduces air flow that comes from under then into the home, but also provides additional storage space that is safe from damage. Dimple matting was also installed on the ground of the crawl space to allow water to drain as necessary.

Sheila and Dale are now able to enjoy their new space while making the home more comfortable and efficient thanks to Dr. Energy Saver.

Efficiency Made Easy in Chesterfield, MO

These Chesterfield, MO homeowners were in need of making their home more efficient and building durability. Dr. Energy Saver was on the case. Dr. Energy Saver air-sealed the attic to stop exfiltration of conditioned air, insulated aroun the air seal, and then installed a roof vent that connected to the exhaust fan to move air outside of the attic. The homeowners can now relax knowing their conditioned air is not being wasted. 

Attic Insulated in Fenton, MO

Kathryn K. of Fenton, MO had rooms in her home that would never stay cool in the summer and were bitterly cold in the winter. She was spending so much money to heat and cool her home but it was never comfortable so she called Woods Basement Systems for a free energy audit. Woods recommended sealing the attic and installing new insulation.

Woods sealed air leaks throughout the attic with spray foam to prevent heated or cooled air from getting out and outside air from getting in.

Woods blew cellulose insulation into the flat parts of the attic. Cellulose insulation is made of recycled newspaper treated with a nontoxic borate solution to it noncombustible and resistant to mold and insects. It blankets the attic and forms a denser insulating layer than fiberglass.

In the area of the attic with a cathedral ceiling, a two-part spray foam insulation was coated onto the walls. The expanding spray foam completely eliminates any air leaks. It cures and hardens in minutes and is a very high performing insulation.

Kathryn is thrilled that her home is much more comfortable and her heating and cooling bills are lower.

Master Bedroom Made Comfortable in Florissant, MO

Cheryl W. of Florissant, MO had issues keeping her home, particularly her master bedroom, comfortable during hot an cold months. She had to run the air conditioning constantly during the summer for little effect in temperature and had to the same with heating during the winter which made her energy bills higher. With colder and colder temperatures looming, she called Woods Basement Systems and Dr. Energy Saver for a free energy audit. After inspecting the home for energy leaks, Design Specialist Jake K. found that the attic under-insulated and recommended upgrading it.

Woods air sealed the attic first. Air exfiltration allows heated or cooled air to escape and be replaced but the warmer or cooler air outside which makes it harder to keep the home comfortable. Using an expanding polyurethane foam, every gap and hole around things like ductwork, windows, attic entrances, etc., were sealed to prevent air from escaping.

Woods then blew in TruSoft cellulose insulation to blanket the attic in a thick layer to the amount of insulation the Department of Energy recommends for Cheryl’s climate. Cellulose insulation is made from recycled newspaper material that has been treated with a borate solution that makes it fire and mold resistant and deters pests. Along with air sealing, this cellulose upgrade can cut energy bills up to 40%.

Cheryl W. can now enjoy the comfort of her master bedroom and is happy that her insulation upgrade will end up paying for itself by saving her money on energy bills.

Work Requests From Saint Louis County, MO
Clark in Saint Louis
I need to have existing blown in insulation removed. Electricians will do a day of work and then new insulation will need to be blown in.
Algonquin Wood Place in Saint Louis
Attic insulation quote
Glacier Drive in Saint Louis
Just bought house and want assess problems and discuss improvements
Fireleaf Dr. in Saint Louis
Sealing air leaks in my house and attic insulation/ventilation.
Central Pl in Saint Louis
Need an estimate to remove existing blown in insulation and replace with closed cell spray foam in attic.
Doorack Lane in Saint Louis
Getting house ready for sale!! want to advertise house as highly energy efficient compared to other houses built in 1947.
Big Bend Blvd in Saint Louis
I've got a partially unfinished second story that I'm planning to finish out in the next year or so. it's an addition, and the original part of the home is currently finished, but I'll be demo-ing most of that work and reconfiguring it as well. Between the two spaces, we're probably talking 1000 sq ft.
Rupert AVE in Saint Louis
I would like an estimate to redo the insulation in the attic. I'm not sure how long ago it was last redone and the home gets very very hot in the summer. Thanks! - Kristen
Sappington Acres Dr in Saint Louis
Heating and cooling addition. Attic and vaulted ceiling ventilation.
Begg in Saint Louis
14 x 25 area need to sprayed and it is a crawl space 3 ft high. Walls and ceiling
Holtwood in Saint Louis
850 sq ft house, no insulation, plaster over lath. Please quote blowing from inside and plugging. Material cellulose or fiberglass, high density preferred
Tallow Hill Lane in Saint Louis
Would like an energy audit to determine where next home improvements would provide the most energy benefit.
Southwark Ln in Saint Louis
We would like to add insulation to our attic space. We have NO shade and our house gets direct sun all day in the summer, which causes our A/C to work extra hard.
Thurston Ave in Saint Louis
Found the house has no insulation. And now that I'm replacing all my plaster with drywall now is the perfect time to insulate.
Meadowbrook Ln in Saint Louis
I'm wondering how much it would cost to have an energy audit done to my house. Small brick 2 bedroom, 1000 sq ft, built circa 1938, pretty drafty!
Kenridge in Saint Louis
Old paper insulation in the house and I noticed in a closed it looked like it had been wet and i am concerned about mold
South Rock Hill in Saint Louis
There is a bedroom above the garage. The house was finished when we bought it. We don't believe there is insulation in the floor.
SAPPHIRE CREEK DR in Saint Louis
Need added insulation in attic.
Lisakay Dr. in Saint Louis
Spray foam overhang soffit on a split level home
Upper Ladue Rd in Saint Louis
I am putting a wine cellar in our basement and need it to be insulated and have a vapor barrier. I think the closed cell spray foam will be the best bet to accomplish both of these things. please let me know how much this will cost. the room is nearly 30' x 8.5' with about 10' ceilings.
Serving the following Saint Louis County, MO zip codes
Saint Louis 63129, Florissant 63033, Florissant 63034, Florissant 63031, Florissant 63032, Saint Louis 63123, Saint Louis 63136, Chesterfield 63005, Chesterfield 63006, Chesterfield 63017, Saint Louis 63122, Saint Louis 63114, Saint Louis 63119, Saint Louis 63125, Ballwin 63021, Ballwin 63022, Ballwin 63011, Ballwin 63024, Saint Louis 63130, Saint Louis 63128, Saint Louis 63146, Maryland Heights 63043, Saint Louis 63121, Hazelwood 63042, Saint Louis 63135, Saint Louis 63137, Saint Louis 63141, Saint Louis 63138, Saint Louis 63105, Saint Louis 63131, Saint Ann 63074, Saint Louis 63126, Saint Louis 63132, Saint Louis 63134, Bridgeton 63044, Eureka 63025, Saint Louis 63124, Saint Louis 63143, Saint Louis 63117, Saint Louis 63144, Grover 63040, Saint Louis 63133, Valley Park 63088, Glencoe 63038, Saint Louis 63127, Fenton 63026, Fenton 63099, Saint Louis 63140, Earth City 63045, Saint Louis 63151, Saint Louis 63167, Saint Louis 63145

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