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Insulation reviews in Brunswick

  • A
    N-E Construction LLC
    He was very good. I would recommend him. He is very timely and very personable guy. He is competent. He did things on time. He did what he said he would do and how he said he's going to do it. He is a little bit expensive but it is worth it.
    - Richard W.
  • A
    Upright Frameworks
    Everyone with whom we came in contact was incredibly professional and friendly, and the work was done efficiently and in a timely manner, while leaving our home spotlessly clean after. Kevin was very patient with the multitude of questions I had when he first came out to give us the estimate, and he worked with our fairly tight budget by providing us with a variety of options, so we could select what worked best for us--very appreciated!  Hilary (in their office) was beyond responsive and helpful (she even replied almost immediately to emails I sent late in the evening--which is way above and beyond the call of duty). They approached us with state-funded rebate paperwork before we even asked for it. I can't say enough about how highly I would recommend them to anyone needing insulation work done (they also have other services, and I suspect they're just as reliable and professional for those).
    - Kathryn M.
  • F
    Seal It Insulation Systems
    I am in the process of insulating my very old home and have had many insulation companies out to access the attic, crawl spaces and basement for the purposes of insulating. Deciding what kind of insulation to use in different parts of the house has been a long and slow process, but as my house is 250 years old, I need to make sure that I don't do anything to the house that could cause problems that would not necessarily present themselves in newer construction. I made it very clear that I would only be insulating my attic and crawl spaces this year and not my basement. I hope to insulate the basement next year after replacing some very obviously rotten sills and supporting a part of the foundation that is buckling.
    About 6 weeks ago, Scott from Seal It came to my house and did a very thorough search of the spaces that I wish to insulate. He was very professional and quickly sent a detailed estimate. Over the next month, he called every week to tell me that it was time to sign on the dotted line so that he could put me on the calendar. He was very pushy and each time I told him that I would call when I had questions and when I made up my mind.
    He called a few days ago to ask if I was ready to sign and I told him that I had chosen another company. His demeanor immediately turned to that of a petulant child and he told me that I was suppose to tell him when I made up my mind. Perhaps it was rude of me, but I nicely told him that I was under no obligation to inform him of my decisions and thanked him for his time. He asked me what company I had chosen and I told him that that was information I preferred to keep to myself. He asked if I would tell him the type of insulation I had chosen and I told him that it was a company that does a combination of spray foam and cellulose. He was clearly still trying to get me to a) change my mind and b) feel bad that I hadn't informed him of my decisions. I cut the conversation short, thanked him for his time and hung up. At this point, I was annoyed but still considering Seal It for basement insulation next year.
    Today I opened up my email account to find the following email from him. It was the most astoundingly unprofessional piece of correspondence I have ever encountered. I will let it speak for itself: "Sarah, While I don't expect to everyone I meet to buy our products and services, I find it disappointing that you could not be at least respectful of my time and courteous enough to inform me of your decision to use another company, as you said you would. Any decision outside of spray foam is one made only for a short gain and it is a shame that you will pay in the long run for this ill-informed decision.
    Regards,
    Scott Olsen"
    - Rita B.
  • A
    Evergreen Home Performance
    From the first phone call, the folks at Evergreen were more than helpful and professional. I truly can't say enough about how much it meant to me to have prompt responses to my calls--particularly given that I'd tried reaching a few other insulation contractors and they'd never returned my messages. Evergreen was the third (and last) estimate that we were planning to get for the job we had to do. We were running short on time to get our job under contract, because we needed to finalize paperwork for the PACE loan, and Richard went above and beyond to ensure that he could fit us into his schedule quickly, and sent us the written estimate in only two business days after. When he came to the house, he spent a lot of time explaining things to us, and talking us through options. We'd already had an energy audit done, but he said that he'd feel better doing his own blower door test, since the numbers on our initial audit seemed inordinately high. He did this test at no cost to us--it's just part of the service they provide. (I suspect that if we'd needed him to write up the official report/results of the blower test for Efficiency Maine, then we'd have to pay fees, but it was really nice of him to double-check our initial audit.) Ultimately, we decided to go with one of the other contractors, simply because the estimates were lower and included a bit more work (in part this was because we didn't want foam insulation in the basement, which Evergreen would've done, and the contractor we did choose is putting in foam board). Nonetheless, we were very impressed with Richard and all of our interactions with Evergreen, and would highly recommend anyone I know to consider them if they're looking for local, reliable, and professional insulation and sealing work...you won't find anyone more attentive!
    - Kathryn M.
  • A
    N-E Construction LLC
    Contractor arrived on time, did his work carefully and professionally, is a solid carpenter and engineer, very personable.  Followed up with subcontractors nicely--was an all round positive experience.  i would recommend him to anyone needing small or big contracting jobs done.
    - Richard W.
  • A
    Warm Tech Solutions LLC
    Steve B. of this company was excellent to work with. He was extremely
    knowledgeable and very cooperative in listening to our concerns. He gave
    us a great overall understanding of the whole process of weatherizing,
    air sealing, and insulating. His advice, and the company's follow up
    installation work have proved perfect for us. This (Nov 2012)  is the
    start of our third heating season since the work was done, and our
    comfort level within the house has gone up nearly has high as our
    heating fuel bills have gone done!  We would wholeheartedly recommend
    this company, and the individuals who did the work, to anyone.  I'm sorry
    to say, I don't recall the names of the individual workers who actually
    did the work, but you know who you are if you read this, and I want to
    again thank you for an excellent job.
    The crew did an excellent job of clean up after their work too. This house is tight now, and it's a noticeable difference in drafts (none now), and sound deadening as well. If you are like us, at first you will be confused about the heat within your living space.....see, prior to insulating our furnace ran about every 10 minutes because the heat was flowing out. Consequently, the radiators were always hot or warm and we had got used to that. After the air sealing and insulation job, the furnace barely runs once an hour, and not even that! But that took some getting used to since the air currents were changed, and where it had been flowing hot air, now wasn't. (This last comment is in no way a complaint, just one of those "duh" moments when we realized just how much heat we had been throwing away before!)
    - John W.
  • A
    Insulation Systems
    Their names are John and Eric LaVigne. John is the father. They have done a lot of work where I am living and they did work where I lived before. They will do any kinds of jobs with insulation. It worked and when they were through, I couldn't tell he had touched it. The price was excellent. He was knowledgeable and very nice. He took pictures and talked to other people because I am on a committee. I couldn't give them a better recommendation.
    - Mary W.
  • B
    N-E Construction LLC
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    - Cheryl C.
  • A
    Seal It Insulation Systems
    They do great work.
    - Paul W.
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