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This attached garage in Osceola, WI has living space above it. The homeowners said the bedrooms above the garage were cold in the winter and they wanted to improve the overall comfort in those spaces.
Henry Jungbauer, a Design Specialist in our Dr. Energy Service went to the home and gave a free, no-obligation estimate. After taking thorough measurements and using a thermal imaging camera to assess energy loss, he determined that spray foam would be the best fit for this space. Expanding on contact, this 2-part foam air seals and insulates.
DBS Foreman Nick Woods II and his insulation crew completed this garage installation. They applied spray foam in between the studs in the unfinished garage.
This will drastically improve whole-home comfort to this home year-round!
This home in Maple, WI was used as a rental home. The property owners wanted to get rid of the musty smell in the home to create a healthy environment for their tenants and wanted to have the crawl space properly insulated to prevent pipes from freezing.
Design Specialist Henry Jungbauer went out to the property to conduct a free no-obligation estimate for the owners. After a thorough inspection, he informed the owners that DBS had solutions for all of their issues.
Foreman Raeshawn Pelfrey led the installation for this project with assistance from a crew. Together they cleaned out the fallen and moldy insulation. Then the crew laid down drainage matting over the ground to direct the flow of water. TerraBlock™ foam insulation was installed over the drainage matting to prevent frost build-up. Finally, a layer of CleanSpace® vapor barrier was installed to seal off the insulation. The crew also applied spray foam into the rim joists to completely air-seal the space.
Now that the crawl space has been properly insulated, the owners will experience warmer floors and lower heating bills because of their energy-efficient solution.
In Danbury, Wisconsin this customer wanted to create a year-round utility storage space that would be consistently comfortable and could even be heated efficiently. The customer had already known that spray foam insulation would be the best option for his situation and wanted DBS Residential Solutions to complete the work. In order to effectively insulate the building, we sprayed a layer of insulation around the entirety of the building. This customer can now enjoy their space year round.
The owner of this pole barn in Danbury, WI reached out to us looking for a proper insulation solution to protect their belongings.
One of our Design Specialists went out to the home to run a free no-obligation estimate for the homeowner. After running a thorough inspection, our Design Specialist created a quote for our closed-cell polyurethane spray foam insulation.
Our crew went out to install our product. They coated the walls of the pole barn with spray foam insulation in order to thoroughly air-seal the space.
This solution will allow the owner to relax with peace of mind now that their belongings are safely stored away.
The owner of this home in Grand Marais, MN experienced issues with dark streaks on the ceiling that was caused by condensation. This issue arises when improper insulation of the attic causes heat to flow into the space and forms ice dams on the roof. Looking for a solution, the homeowner reached out to DBS.
Design Specialist Henry Jungbauer went to the home to conduct a free no-obligation estimate for the homeowner. After a thorough inspection, he informed the homeowners about DBS attic insulation systems that would solve their issue.
Foreman Nicholas Woods II led the installation of this project with help from a crew. Together they removed the old batting insulation in the attic to start with a clean slate. Then they installed TiteShell™ can light covers over the lighting fixtures and sealed each with ZypFoam™ to prevent air leaks through gaps. To complete the air sealing process, the crew applied closed cell spray foam insulation to the floorboards in the attic. Finally, they blew in 18 inches of TruSoft™ cellulose insulation.
The homeowners will be much more comfortable in their homes now that their attic has been properly insulated.