Small access points are no problem for our DBS Foreman and their production crews.
This photo shows a large peak in need of proper insulation.
This attic has had closed cell spray foam applied along the floor to seal off outdoor air from entering the home.
This front porch was an area of concern for these homeowners. Two separate space heaters were utilized to keep this area warm before DBS arrived.
Tru-Soft™ cellulose insulation is keeping this home warm, while closed cell spray foam below seals off air leaks.
The walls in this home were not removed to insulate. We cut 1-inch holes at multiple access points and dense-packed the walls with Tru-Soft™ cellulose. This is a lasting solution for this cold home.
These homeowners in Superior, Wisconsin reached out to DBS for help making their front porch energy efficient so they can spend time in it all year round. In past years the homeowners used two electric heaters to keep the space heated during Wisconsin's harsh winters. They were ready for a permanent solution when they called DBS!
A DBS Dr. Energy Saver® Design Specialist went to the home and provided a free, no-obligation estimate for the work. After inspecting the current insulation and utilizing heat mapping technology it was evident there were many air leaks and weak points in the existing insulation. The solution was a hybrid attic system that utilized closed cell spray foam to seal off air leaks and applying 18 inches of blown cellulose insulation on the attic floor. The sides of the home were dense-packed with blown insulation to keep outdoor air from entering the home. This home was repaired by DBS Foreman Orrin Sundberg and his production crew.
This home is now healthy, safe, and comfortable!