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Orrin Sundberg

DBS

Title: Foreman

Hometown: Duluth, MN

Orrin Sundberg from DBS

Orrin started at DBS as an Installer and has since taken a role as Foreman for our Dr. Energy Saver crew. His daily tasks consist of leading his crew in the installation of several products to ensure a properly insulated home and more energy-efficient living space for our customers. In his free time, Orrin loves to fish and go camping.

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  • Spray Foam Insulation for Trego, WI Attic
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    Spray Foam Insulation for Trego, WI Attic
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    Spray Foam Insulation for Trego, WI Attic

    This Trego, WI homeowner was having issues with the existing insulation in their home. They wanted to create more comfortable conditions in their home year-round, as well as save on energy bills. 

    Our Dr. Energy Saver® Design Specialist Jacob Nustad-Peluso went to the home and provided a free, no-obligation estimate for the insulation project. After inspecting the property and conducting an energy audit, it was determined that spray foam insulation and blown-in insulation in the attic were necessary to effectively insulate the space.

    DBS Foreman Orrin Sundberg begain this insulation job by removing the existing fiberglass batting. His crew then completely air sealed the space with ZypFoam, concentrating on gaps in the building material and spaces surrounding the attic ducts. 

    From there, they applied 1 inch of spray foam to the roof deck. They then used our TruSoft™ cellulose, covering the roof deck in 18-inches of soft, yet dense insulation. TruSoft™ has a higher R-value than fiberglass and other cellulose materials, perfect for use in our northern climate. Tru-Soft™ cellulose is extra dense and made from recycled news paper. It's treated to be extremely resistant to heat and fire, making it a great companion for an attic space. 

    This home is now properly equipped to handle warm Wisconsin summers and freezing winters with new attic insulation.

  • Musty Crawlspace Sealed in Duluth, MN
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    Musty Crawlspace Sealed in Duluth, MN
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    Musty Crawlspace Sealed in Duluth, MN

    Duluth, MN homeowners wanted to seal their dirt crawl space. It had very little insulation, causing cold conditions for the room above it. But their biggest issues was the musty smell. It was present year-round in their living space. Concerned about health implications of smelling mold, they contacted DBS for a permanent solution.

    Design Specialist Henry Jungbauer is an expert in energy-saving solutions and visited the home to provide a free, no-obligation estimate. After a thorough inspection, Henry drafted a custom-plan to seal this dirt crawl space and protect the home above it.

    Foreman Orrin Sundberg and his production crew installed drainage matting and CleanSpace® vapor barrier. The drainage matting helps water properly drain from the space. In turn, the vapor barrier prevents condensation in the wet dirt from evaporating into the air and traveling up into the living space.

    Our crew finished the encapsulation job by using spray foam to seal and insulate the crawl space rim joists. This will prevent cold air from entering the crawl space and cooling the living space above it.

    The homeowner was happy with the work done, and now has a solid solution to protect their home year-round.

  • Duluth, MN Home Has Attic Insulation to Reduce Ice Dams and Leaking
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    Duluth, MN Home Has Attic Insulation to Reduce Ice Dams and Leaking
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    Duluth, MN Home Has Attic Insulation to Reduce Ice Dams and Leaking

    The owner of this in Duluth, MN had issues with ice dams in the winter. Ice dams are a symptoms of warm air in your home leaking out via the attic. Wanting to save energy and create a more comfortable home, they contacted us about our Dr. Energy Saver insulation services.

    Our Dr. Energy Saver Design Specialist went to the home and provided a free, no-obligation estimate for the insulation project. After inspecting the attic space, it was determined that a combination of rigid foam and expanding spray foam were necessary to effectively insulate the attic.

    DBS Foreman Orrin Sundberg and his team installed nearly 400 square feet of SilverGlo™ insulation. This graphite-infused rigid foam insulation will provide a solid radiant barrier and prvent heat from leeching out of the home via the ceiling. The sealed the seams in the foam insulation with expanding ZypFoam to block any air leakage.

    They then used our TruSoft™ cellulose to dense pack the exterior walls. TruSoft™ has a higher R-value than fiberglass and other cellulose materials, perfect for use in our northern climate. Tru-Soft™ cellulose is extra dense and made from recycled news paper. It's treated to be extremely resistant to heat and fire, making it a great companion for an attic space. 

    This home is now properly equipped to handle warm Minnesota summers and freezing winters with new attic insulation.

  • Rim Joist Insulation In Duluth, MN
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    Rim Joist Insulation In Duluth, MN
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    Rim Joist Insulation In Duluth, MN

    These homeowners from Duluth, MN reached out to DBS for help reducing their heating bills. The cold air was entering their home through uninsulated basement rim joists. 

    DBS Design Specialist, Henry Jungbauer went to the home and provided a free, no-obligation estimate for the work. He recommended installing closed-cell spray foam along the perimeter of the basement rim joists. This home was repaired by DBS Foreman Orrin Sundberg and his production crew.

    This home is now more healthy, safe, and comfortable with reduced heating and cooling costs year-round. 

     

     

  • Crawl Space Waterproofing in Duluth, MN
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    Crawl Space Waterproofing in Duluth, MN
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    Crawl Space Waterproofing in Duluth, MN

    A homeowner in Duluth, MN reached out to DBS regarding the crawl space of their home. The original crawl space was dirty and unprotected from outside materials such as leaking water. This would cause further issues for the home that needed to be fixed. A DBS Design Specialist visited the property and provided the owner with a free, no-obligation estimate for the crawl space service. it was determined that the crawl space would need to be fully encapsulated with a CleanSpace® vapor barrier to keep things neat and protected. The photos shown here will give a better image of what a crawl space encapsulation looks like.

  • Cabin Made Energy Efficient By Dr. Energy Saver® In Makinen, Minnesota
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    Cabin Made Energy Efficient By Dr. Energy Saver® In Makinen, Minnesota
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    Cabin Made Energy Efficient By Dr. Energy Saver® In Makinen, Minnesota

    These homeowners in Makinen, MN reached out to DBS for help with making their cabin more energy efficient. Rising heating and cooling costs were an issue in this cabin and the homeowners wanted a permanent solution for the problem. 

    A Dr. Energy Saver® Design Specialist went to the home and provided a free, no-obligation estimate for the work. After inspecting the property and conducting an energy audit it was determined that closed cell spray foam would offer the best solution for the temperature regulation problem. This home was repaired by DBS Foreman Orrin Sundberg and his production crew.

    This home is now healthy, safe, and comfortable! 

  • Drafty Cabin in Ely, MN Insulated to Save Energy and Stop Ice Dams
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    Drafty Cabin in Ely, MN Insulated to Save Energy and Stop Ice Dams
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    Drafty Cabin in Ely, MN Insulated to Save Energy and Stop Ice Dams

    This Ely, MN cabin was drafty during the winter and humid during the summer. The owners knew they needed to do something to improve the cabin's energy efficiency and get rid of pesky ice dams during the winter months.

    DBS Design Specialist Henry Jungbauer visited the cabin and provided a thorough inspection, including the attic and crawl space. Henry designed an insulation project that would prevent energy loss in the form of the stack effect. The stack effect is essentially the process of outside air entering your home via your basement or crawl space, in this case, traveling through your home and leaking back outside via your attic. This free flow of air means the cabin was working hard to keep itself warm, driving energy bills up and creating ice dams.

    DBS Foreman Orrin Sundberg led this insulation project of this Ely, MN cabin. After insulating the crawl space rim joists with spray foam, our insulation crew moved into the attic. They removed the existing batting insulation and air-sealed the space with an inch of closed-cell spray foam. From there, they applied 18 inches of Tru-Soft™ cellulose. They also installed Tru-Soft™ in the attic's hard-to-reach vaulted ceiling using a technique called dense packing, to provide a consistent radiant barrier.

    The insulation installed in the attic and crawl space will prevent the stack effect from reoccurring, resulting in less money spent on propane. You'll see in the before and after photos the difference in ice dam build-up from 1 year to the next.

    The homeowners were happy with the work our insulation crew did and now have a solid solution to stand up to cold Minnesota winters.

  • Ice Dam Prevention in Duluth, MN
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    Ice Dam Prevention in Duluth, MN
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    Ice Dam Prevention in Duluth, MN

    These homeowners in Duluth, MN reached out to DBS for help with preventing ice dams from forming on their home.

    Dr. Energy Saver® Design Specialist, Hunter Riley went to the home and provided a free, no-obligation estimate for the work. Hunter conducted an energy audit and determined where heat was escaping. He recommended SilverGlo™ and closed cell spray foam insulation. Commercial Representative Casey Healy was the Foreman for this project and he and his production crew worked hard to install the products.

    This home is now healthy, safe, and energy-efficient!

  • Tru-Soft™ Cellulose to Support Attic Insulation in Duluth, MN
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    Tru-Soft™ Cellulose to Support Attic Insulation in Duluth, MN
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    Tru-Soft™ Cellulose to Support Attic Insulation in Duluth, MN

    This Duluth, MN homeowner contacted us about adding to the existing insulation in the attic as well as the home's garage space. Because the home is a rental space, the owner wanted to create more comfortable conditions for renters, as well as save on energy bills. 

    One of our Design Specialists trained in Dr. Energy Saver® services visited the home for a free, no-obligation estimate of the work. They recommended adding another 8 inches of Tru-Soft™ cellulose insulation. In our climate, attics need about 17 inches total of insulation to create a proper radiant barrier. 

    DBS Foreman Orrin Sundberg and his production crew installed the Tru-Soft™ cellulose to a proper height. Tru-Soft™ cellulose is extra dense and made from recycled news paper. It's treated to be extremely resistant to heat and fire, making it a great companion for an attic space. 

  • Newly-Built Workshop in Duluth, MN is Insulated for Year-Round Use
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    Newly-Built Workshop in Duluth, MN is Insulated for Year-Round Use
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    Newly-Built Workshop in Duluth, MN is Insulated for Year-Round Use

    Homeowners in Duluth, MN built a garage on their property that they were in the process of finishing. In order to comfortably use that space year-round, they contacted DBS to learn more about our Dr. Energy Saver® insulation services.

    DBS Design Specialist Jacob Nustad-Peluso visited the homeowners and provided a free, no-obligation estimate for the insulation work. After a thorough inspection, he recommended both spray foam and our Tru-Soft cellulose insluation to provide a sufficient radiant barrier in the garage attic.

    Our production crew was lead by Foreman Orrin Sundberg. They installed 3 inches of closed-cell spray foam to air seal and insulate the attic space, focusing on the floor joints and space beneath the roof deck. Spray foam expands after its applied, reaching tight spaces and filling gaps and preventing air from passing through. The crew also installed 18 inches of Tru-Soft cellulose to provide a high R-value.

    These homeowners were happy with the work done and can now enjoy a comfortable garage space year-round!

  • Aitkin, MN Home is Newly Insulated to Prevent Ice Dams and Protect New Roof
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    Aitkin, MN Home is Newly Insulated to Prevent Ice Dams and Protect New Roof
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    Aitkin, MN Home is Newly Insulated to Prevent Ice Dams and Protect New Roof

    This Aitkin, MN home was built in the 1980's. For the last 5-10 years the homeowner noticed some changes in the energy efficiency of the home. During winter months, there were ice dam buildups. In order to protect their new metal roof from ice damage, they knew they needed a permanent solution.

    Our Dr. Energy Saver® Design Specialist Jacob Nustad-Peluso visited the home and provided a free, no-obligation estimate for the insulation work. Foreman Orrin Sundberg and his production crew first removed old fireglass batting and insulation. Next, they applied a layer of closed-cell spray foam to air seal the attic floor and once cured, they covered the floor with our Tru-Soft™ cellulose.

    Additionally, our team covered a wall that was prone to air leaking with SilverGlo™ rigid insulation, and wrapped the chiminey in rock wool to better seal the entire attic.

    This homeowner now has a more comfortable home, as well as a permanent solution for protecting their new metal roof.

  • Wet Basement in Duluth, MN Repaired with Waterproofing System
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    Wet Basement in Duluth, MN Repaired with Waterproofing System
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    Wet Basement in Duluth, MN Repaired with Waterproofing System

    This home in Duluth, MN was built in 1881. Naturally, its foundation has begun to crack and bow from the soil pressure. The homeowners were tired of cleaning up water from the leaking foundation. After seeing our advertisements on local tv, they contacted us to schedule a free, no-obligation estimate with one of our foundation repair specialists.

    DBS Design Specialist Henrik Makitalo went to the home and provided a inspection and estimate for the work. After visiting the home, Henrik recommended installing a waterproofing and foundation repair system to fully protect the home.

    Because this home had multiple home repair needs, it was broken up into 3 projects. Our highly-trained installers from each area visited the home to complete the repair in their area expertise. 

    DBS Foreman Taylor Allen and his crew installed the waterproofing system consisting of a CleanSpace® vapor barrier to stop water and a WaterGuard® subfloor french drainage system to drain water out of the home for good.

    DBS Foreman Nick Burley and crew installed 4 PowerBrace™ wall support beams to stabilize the walls and prevent any further movement.

    To complete the job and help insulate the basement, Foreman Orrin Sundberg led a team to spray foam the rim joists. This will prevent cold air from entering the basement and warm air from escaping via the rim joists.

    The homeowners can now rest easy knowing their home is healthy, safe, and comfortable!

  • Foundation and Insulation Support for Duluth, MN Home
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    Foundation and Insulation Support for Duluth, MN Home
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    Foundation and Insulation Support for Duluth, MN Home

    Owners of this 1876 home in Duluth, MN were concerned over worsening conditions with the home's block foundation. Individual blocks were shifting measurably, leaving cracks and gaps that left the crawl space prone to wetness and mold. Looking for a permanent solution, they reached out to DBS for more information about our foundation support systems. 

    DBS Design Specialist Henrik Makitalo visited the home and provided a free, no-obligation estimate for the foundation support work. He determined that the crawl space would have helical piers installed to lift and support the home where the foundation was failing. Additionally, our team would install some insulation on the exterior of the home as well as within the crawl space to better protect the foundation.

    After DBS Foreman Jose Valenzuela and his crew completed the foundation support installation. Our insulation team finished the job by adding our SilverGlo™ insulation topped with gravel as frost protection, preventing heaving to the foundation footings as the ground freezes during winter months. They also installed closed-cell spray foam to the crawl space rim joists, as well as a new EverLast™ Door and Window Insert to better weatherproof the space. 

  • Ice Dams at Holyoke, MN Home Fixed with Proper Insulation
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    Ice Dams at Holyoke, MN Home Fixed with Proper Insulation
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    Ice Dams at Holyoke, MN Home Fixed with Proper Insulation

    This Holyoke, MN home was built in the year 2000. They contacted us specifically looking for solutions to preventing ice dams in their home.  

    Our Dr. Energy Saver® Design Specialist Henry Jungbauer went to the home and provided a free, no-obligation estimate for the insulation project. After inspecting the property and conducting an energy audit, it was determined that spray foam insulation and blown-in insulation in the attic were necessary to effectively insulate the space.

    DBS Foreman Orrin Sundberg begain this insulation job by removing the existing fiberglass batting. His crew then completely air sealed the space with ZypFoam, concentrating on gaps in the building material and spaces surrounding the attic ducts. 

    From there, they applied 1 inch of spray foam to the roof deck. They then used our TruSoft™ cellulose, covering the roof deck in 18-inches of soft, yet dense insulation. TruSoft™ has a higher R-value than fiberglass and other cellulose materials, perfect for use in our northern climate. Tru-Soft™ cellulose is extra dense and made from recycled news paper. It's treated to be extremely resistant to heat and fire, making it a great companion for an attic space. 

    This home is now properly equipped to handle warm Minnesota summers and freezing winters with new attic insulation.

  • Attic Insulation for Energy Saving in Duluth, MN
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    Attic Insulation for Energy Saving in Duluth, MN
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    Attic Insulation for Energy Saving in Duluth, MN

    Homeowners in Duluth, MN were having issues with ice dams building up during winter months. They contacted us specifically looking for solutions to preventing ice dams from forming in the first place.

    Our Dr. Energy Saver® Design Specialist Henry Jungbauer went to the home and provided a free, no-obligation estimate for the insulation project. After inspecting the property and conducting an energy audit, it was determined that spray foam insulation and blown-in insulation in the attic were necessary to effectively insulate the space.

    DBS Foreman Orrin Sundberg began this insulation job by removing the existing fiberglass batting. His crew then completely air sealed the space with ZypFoam, concentrating on gaps in the building material and spaces surrounding the attic ducts. 

    They then used our TruSoft™ cellulose, covering the roof deck in 18-inches of soft, yet dense insulation. TruSoft™ has a higher R-value than fiberglass and other cellulose materials, perfect for use in our northern climate. Tru-Soft™ cellulose is extra dense and made from recycled news paper. It's treated to be extremely resistant to heat and fire, making it a great companion for an attic space. 

    This home is now properly equipped to handle warm Minnesota summers and freezing winters with new attic insulation.

  • Cloquet, MN Homeowners Insulation Attic to Prevent Ice Dams
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    Cloquet, MN Homeowners Insulation Attic to Prevent Ice Dams
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    Cloquet, MN Homeowners Insulation Attic to Prevent Ice Dams

    This Cloquet, MN home had issues with ice damming during winter months. They contacted us specifically looking for solutions to make their home more efficient and reduce heating and cooling costs year-round.

    Our Dr. Energy Saver® Design Specialist Henry Jungbauer went to the home and provided a free, no-obligation estimate for the insulation project. After inspecting the property and conducting an energy audit, it was determined that spray foam insulation and blown-in insulation in the attic were necessary to effectively insulate the space.

    DBS Foreman Orrin Sundberg began this insulation job by removing the existing fiberglass batting. His crew then completely air sealed the space with ZypFoam, concentrating on gaps in the building material and spaces surrounding the attic ducts. 

    They then used our TruSoft™ cellulose, covering the roof deck in 18-inches of soft, yet dense insulation. TruSoft™ has a higher R-value than fiberglass and other cellulose materials, perfect for use in our northern climate. Tru-Soft™ cellulose is extra dense and made from recycled newspaper. It's treated to be extremely resistant to heat and fire, making it a great companion for an attic space. 

    This home is now properly equipped to handle warm Minnesota summers and freezing winters with new attic insulation.

  • Drafty Home in Duluth, MN Insulated with Cellulose
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    Drafty Home in Duluth, MN Insulated with Cellulose
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    Drafty Home in Duluth, MN Insulated with Cellulose

    This Duluth, MN home was drafty during winter months. The lack of insulation in the walls was causing pipes to freeze on the first level of their home. They contacted us specifically looking for solutions to make their home more efficient and reduce heating and cooling costs year-round.

    Our Service Manager Jacod Nustad-Peluso went to the home and provided a free, no-obligation estimate for the insulation project. After inspecting the property and conducting an energy audit, it was determined that blown-in insulation would be installed in the attic and the first floor walls.

    DBS Foreman Orrin Sundberg began this insulation job by removing some of the existing fiberglass batting. His crew then completely air sealed the space with ZypFoam, concentrating on gaps in the building material and spaces surrounding the attic ducts. 

    They then used our TruSoft™ cellulose, covering the roof deck in 18-inches of soft, yet dense insulation. TruSoft™ has a higher R-value than fiberglass and other cellulose materials, perfect for use in our northern climate. Tru-Soft™ cellulose is extra dense and made from recycled newspaper. It's treated to be extremely resistant to heat and fire, making it a great companion for an attic space. 

    This home is now properly equipped to handle warm Minnesota summers and freezing winters with new attic insulation.

  • Attic Insulation Lowers Heating Costs and Saves Energy Saving in Duluth, MN
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    Attic Insulation Lowers Heating Costs and Saves Energy Saving in Duluth, MN
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    Attic Insulation Lowers Heating Costs and Saves Energy Saving in Duluth, MN

    Homeowners in Duluth, MN had an energy audit done on their home and discovered some issues in the attic. Wanting to reduce heating costs and save energy, they contacted us about our Dr. Energy Saver insulation services.

    Our Service Manager Jacob Nustad-Peluso went to the home and provided a free, no-obligation estimate for the insulation project. After inspecting the attic space, it was determined that a combination of rigid foam and blown-in insulation were necessary to effectively insulate the attic.

    DBS Foreman Orrin Sundberg began this insulation job by removing the existing fiberglass batting. His crew then completely air sealed the space with ZypFoam, concentrating on gaps in the building material and spaces surrounding the attic ducts. From there the team installed nearly 200 square feet of SilverGlo™ insulation.

    They then used our TruSoft™ cellulose, covering the roof deck in 18-inches of soft, yet dense insulation. TruSoft™ has a higher R-value than fiberglass and other cellulose materials, perfect for use in our northern climate. Tru-Soft™ cellulose is extra dense and made from recycled news paper. It's treated to be extremely resistant to heat and fire, making it a great companion for an attic space. 

    This home is now properly equipped to handle warm Minnesota summers and freezing winters with new attic insulation.

  • Cabin Crawlspace Encapsulation in Duluth, MN
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    Cabin Crawlspace Encapsulation in Duluth, MN
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    Cabin Crawlspace Encapsulation in Duluth, MN

    A family cabin in Duluth, MN had been in the family for generations. Its dirt crawl space was causing moisture issues as well a musty smell in the main living space. Because the cabin is not used year-round, they wanted to protect it as much as possible against moisture and fluctuating weather even when they aren't there. They reached out to DBS about our crawl space encapsulation service.

    Design Specialist Henry Jungbauer is an expert in energy-saving solutions and visited the home to provide a free, no-obligation estimate. Foreman Nick Woods II and his production crew installed a CleanSpace® vapor barrier on top of drainage matting to properly seal the dirt crawl space floor. Our ultra-dense TerraBlock™ foam insulation, as well as closed-cell spray foam, were applied to fully seal and regulate temperature in the space. These products work together to keep, cold air, moisture, and pests at bay.

    The homeowner was happy with the work done, and now has a solid solution to protect their cabin against low winter time temperatures.

  • Cracked Walls Leads to Crawl Space Repair in Superior, WI
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    Cracked Walls Leads to Crawl Space Repair in Superior, WI
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    Cracked Walls Leads to Crawl Space Repair in Superior, WI

    A homeowner in Superior, WI noticed cracks in the exterior of the home were worsening. The owner wanted to maintain the property value and gain peace of mind that the problem would not get worse. After learning about us on local television, they contacted us for a free, no-obligation estimate of the issue. 

    DBS Design Specialist Henrik Makitalo visited the home, documented the foundation crack on the outside of the home and inspected the crawl space to find the root of the issue. The dirt crawl space was unsealed and the main supports we sinking. In order to provide a permanent solution for this homeowner, both our foundation repair and crawl space encapsulation crews were needed. 

    DBS Foreman Taylor and his crew first performed the crawl space foundation work. They installed 10 feet of horizontal steel support beams parallel to the dirt crawl space. Our team installed a total of 6 SmartJack® telescoping vertical beams beneath the new support beam and beneath the home's existing supports.

    After the crawl space foundation repair was complete, our team began the crawl space encapsulation work. DBS Foreman Orrin Sundberg lead his crew in the installation of a total encapsulation system: a layer of drainage matting applied directly to the crawl space floor, then a layer of TerraBlock™ insulation, and finally a vapor barrier to seal the space. They also applied spray foam to the rim joists to property seal the space from cold air. 

our service area

We serve the following areas

Wisconsin
  • Abbotsford
  • Augusta
  • Boyd
  • Brantwood
  • Cadott
  • Catawba
  • Chili
  • Colby
  • Curtiss
  • Dorchester
  • Fairchild
  • Fall Creek
  • Fifield
  • Gilman
  • Granton
  • Greenwood
  • Humbird
  • Kennan
  • Loyal
  • Lublin
  • Medford
  • Mercer
  • Neillsville
  • Ogema
  • Osseo
  • Owen
  • Park Falls
  • Phillips
  • Prentice
  • Rib Lake
  • Sheldon
  • Stanley
  • Stetsonville
  • Strum
  • Thorp
  • Westboro
  • Willard
  • Withee
Minnesota
  • Brownsville
  • Caledonia
  • Canton
  • Dakota
  • Eitzen
  • Hokah
  • Houston
  • La Crescent
  • Mabel
  • Rushford
  • Spring Grove
  • Winona
Our Locations:

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5116 Jean Duluth Road Suite 300
Duluth, MN 55803
1-218-955-7945


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1584 93rd Ln NE
Blaine, MN 55449
1-763-634-8384
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