Posts Tagged “Fairfield County Attic Insulation”

Make Your Home Cozy with Insulation

Posted on November 12th, 2015 by Driven Local

With the temperature dropping, everyone is looking for ways to stay warm and cozy.  Before turning up the thermostat, homeowners should consider making a few home improvement updates!  Home insulation can help keep your home warmer without increasing your energy bills. How Does Home Insulation Keep You Warm? Your attic, staircases, flooring, chimney, exterior walls, garage, windows, and doors are all […]

How Does Attic Insulation Offer Long-Term Savings?

Posted on August 14th, 2015 by Driven Local

Many homeowners don’t realize how much energy they lose through the walls an attic of their home.  This energy loss isn’t just bad for the environment, but it can also leave you spending more money than you should be on your monthly utility bills. Fortunately, attic insulation can help improve the energy-efficiency of your home […]

What You Should Know Before Insulating Your Attic

Posted on July 10th, 2015 by Driven Local

Attic insulation helps save you money on home cooling costs on hot summer days and helps keep your home a comfortable temperature year-round!  Here are a few things homeowners should keep in mind before insulating their attic. Before You Insulate Your Attic: Determine Your R-Value – The type of attic insulation you need depends on the […]

What Are the Benefits of Insulating Your Attic?

Posted on June 26th, 2015 by Driven Local

Looking to make some home improvements?  Adding insulation is a good place to start, especially during the summer months when every homeowners is looking to save on their home cooling costs!  Here are a few of the reasons why you should insulate your attic this summer. Attic Insulation Benefits: Saves You Money – Attic insulation helps […]

Attic Problems That Can Improve Your Home’s Energy Efficiency

Posted on May 11th, 2015 by Driven Local

Looking to save on your home cooling costs this summer?  Improve your home’s energy-efficiency by fixing these common attic problems! Simple Attic Fixes: Seal Any Gaps – Air leaks can let in warm, humid air during the summer.  This means moisture problems, insulation damage and high air conditioning bills.  Sealing air gaps is an important part […]

How to Insulate Your Attic

Posted on April 27th, 2015 by Driven Local

Drafty rooms?  High heating and cooling bills?  Attic insulation is one of the biggest opportunities to save energy in your home.  By adding insulation to your home’s attic, you can keep your home cool as we approach the warm summer months. Ready to tackle this home improvement project this spring? We’re here to help! Here […]

Customer Reviews

Don't Worry & Don't Hesitate
"I am about a few weeks out of my exterior wall insulation, attic spray foam and garage insulation. I feel the big difference in my home. My home is warmer and holds the heat. Tom was very straight forward and upfront. He was my point person for the three day project. He was exceptional. From the initial quote to project completion. After the completion of the insulation, I experienced a strong and significant spray foam smell coming through my bathroom AC flex duct. Tom asked Mike, his operation manager, to come out and check it out the next day. There turn out to be a large hole in my duct. And he fixed it without hesitation. Plus he accidentally broke a spong holder and gave me money for it. I was very please to report the smell instantly disappeared. Also the back office Lindsay and Jeanine who helped me with the the paperwork was phenomenal. Very impressed with the efficiency and diligence. Overall, cannot recommend enough. Don't worry and don't hesitate."

-Michelle L. Stamford, CT

Excellent
"Excellent . The Estimator showed up 2 minutes before the appointed time & after a quick 20-minute survey of the exterior of the house, was able to give me a written estimate. The rest of the job was conducted in similar fashion. The installation crew showed up on time, were competant & courteous & completed job on time. When completed, I was asked to walk the job to make sure the cleanup was acceptable. Not enough "cold" time has gone by for me to comment on the reduction in heating costs but as for the work, this outfit gets my unqualified recommendation."

-John A. White Plains, NY