This home in Rockville, Maryland suffered from uncomfortable temperatures in the home this winter.The homeowner called Complete Home Solutions to find the source of the issue. Our Auditor determined that the home had insufficient insulation which was causing the uncomfortable temperatures and cold drafts.
Our Production Team used blow in cellulose insulation to bring the insulation levels up to Dr. Energy Saver's suggested levels.
This beautiful home in Bethesda, Maryland was suffering from drafty rooms and high utility bills. The homeowner called Complete Home Solutions to see if we could help with their comfort problems.
We came out and performed a Home Energy Audit to try and pinpoint the problem. What we found was that the attic was way under-insulated. So, we took out the old insulation that the was already in the attic that was no longer working efficiently. After that, we were able to install polysio foam board on the knee walls and TruSoft Cellulose insulation all along the attic space, bringing insulation levels to R-49 (which is the recommended BPI standard for our climate zone). After these installations, the home owner no longer suffers from drafty rooms and feels comfortable in their home!
This customer called us because they were experiencing extremely high energy bills. He wanted to know of any possible solutions to make his energy bills lower and stop the air leakage within his home!
After coming out to do an estimate on this home, our Home Comfort Specialist determined that the problem was coming from the moisture in the attic which was causing insulation to sag and become ineffective. Our Production Team came out and used blown-in cellulose to insulation the attic and making it more effective. The customer is now experiencing lower energy bills and feels more comfortable within their home due to less air leakage.
This client of ours was in the process of purchasing a house in Silver Spring and wanted to make a few changes before he moved in. He wanted to make sure that his house was going to be energy efficient. He did his research and found a company that had great experience and reviews...Complete Home Solutions. He had us come out and give him the best solutions for his new home.
Our home comfort specialist found that air sealing and insulating the attic would be the most effective way to reach this client's needs. We air sealed any open cavities (that means rim and band joists, ceiling fixture penetrations, top plates, etc) and blew in enough cellulose insulation to bring levels up to R-49. This new homeowner will be moving into a house that is both energy efficient and comfortable.
Homes that lack in attic insulation can have issues with maintaining a comfortable temperature throughout the house. The original attic insulation in this DC home allowed the home's air to leak into the attic and escape through the roof due to insufficient attic insulation. By removing the previous inuslation and replacing it with Dr. Energy Saver recommended levels creates a buffer between the home's air temperature and the outside air temperature. This makes the home more energy efficient and reduces the homeowners energy bill.