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Insulation reviews in Baldwinsville

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    Affordable Solutions by Brian
    It went well. Brian came out on 7/23 and looked at the damage. He had a tablet and input what needed to be done as he looked at everything, then went home and emailed me an estimate of $2895. Another contractor had come in with a lower bid, but I was more impressed with Brian's professionalism. The other contractor also did not provide a contract (he said he would write one up if I wanted - it seems like a given that a customer would want a contract, and it made me nervous that I would have to ask for one). Brian said he could do the work in August. Brian and three workers started work on 8/21. They found more damage to the walls and beams than had previously been seen, and I gave the OK to do whatever was necessary to fix the problem. Brian was here off and on, but the three workers seemed very capable on their own, and I think they did a good job. They were here from 8am-4pm on 8/21 and 8/22, then one worker came back on 8/23 to finish painting everything. On 8/24, the three workers came back to put my deck furniture and BBQ back on my deck. I received an amended invoice and the total was $4300. I was surprised that the price had increased that much, but the work done was good - and hopefully there will be no more leaks from my deck. I did receive a 10% senior discount on that amount.
    - Stacey H.
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    Van Dusen Exteriors
    The project went very well and we are extremely pleased! Wayne was great about involving us every step of the way with selecting materials, colors, lighting fixture, hardware for the door, wood trim, and flooring. He explained each step to us, so we always felt informed on the progress of the project. The crews that worked at the house were on time and very courteous. Paul was also here daily to keep things moving right along. It was completed within several days. We are so happy about the way everything turned out! We wanted windows in the room, to allow for natural light. Wayne also suggested flower boxes on the outside of the windows. They look great! The electrician came and did his installations and our lighting. Ben did the electronics. Very hard working group! Terrible weather that week, but they still forged ahead & got things completed as promised! After the project was done, Wayne explained that the only piece left to finish, was back filling the dirt around the foundation areas that were dug out. There had been soooo much rain, that they couldn't do it until the soil dried out some. True to their word, Paul and his crew came back and filled, smoothed and finished the last step. This company is great!. They are very professional and a pleasure to do business with! We would definitely recommend them to anyone with a project in mind!
    - Bill E.
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    Comfort Windows
    They were very clean, everything was picked up after work each day. They were care not to damage walls, floors and misc things that might be broken. The work was done per schedule, they took pictures before and after. They also did air pressure heat loss testing prior and post project. There was a big difference between the 2 numbers so the work is making a difference. Very nice to work with as well, the installers work for Comfort, not contractors.
    - brian m.
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    Halco
    It went great from start to finish.  They did what they said they were going to do when they promised it.  I didn't plan on the water heater change but they noticed a real problem and fixed it. I was skeptical at first that it was an issue but after researching the issue, they were correct in pointing it out. It was a safety issue.
    An after service quality check was nice to see.  While they weren't the cheapest, they were price competitive (I had 3 quotes).  I also felt that they were completely professional. I would do business with them again and recommend them to others.


    - Stephen R.
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    RSI General Contracting
    So four months ago we knew very little about cellulose insulation, or blown fiberglass for that matter.  So I began researching the pro's and con's of both as we wanted to get our home retro insulated before the '14-15 winter.  We bought a 4,000 sq. ft colonial in November of 2013 and while we had a pretty good idea it wasn't very well insulated we had no idea just how little it truly was insulated.  Last winter we had to keep the thermostats set on 72/73 just to get the house temperature close to 70, the boiler had very little rest time during January and most of February.  The ice dams on our roof and the icicles hanging from eaves were substantial.  While researching different retro options it became clear the cellulose guys just slammed the fiberglass guys and the fiberglass guys just slammed the cellulose guys.  Upon our own research we decided blown cellulose installed with a professional grade blower would provide adequate insulation value and achieve a higher level of fire protection.  We have dimensional lumber since the house was built in 1934 and a 4" cavity packed to 3.5 lbs. per sq/ft. achieves an R value of 14.9.  Our walls are fiber board and plaster (not lathe) and modern testing of 1930's era fiber board shows it alone to have an R2 value.  So R16.9 in our outer walls we felt was pretty darn good.  And I don't care how many videos the fiberglass guys show you that they rigged to show the result they want, a wall cavity packed to 3.5 lbs per sq/ft with flame retardant cellulose is simply not going to allow a fire to spread quickly in your walls, there is very little oxygen even present there to fuel a flame.  If you haven't watched "The Big Burn", look that up on YouTube, that was conducted by university students who do not have a dog in the race.
     I called RSI based on reviews I read on Angie's List.  I would first like to state that I am confident there is not an insulation company out there that could have done a better job of insulating our home, period.  John Curran came out to give me an estimate and was very exacting in his measurements for the estimate and like many others who have written about John here on Angie's list, I quickly saw that he has a passion for insulating homes.  I was extremely impressed with John's knowledge of the construction of our home and what it would take to achieve the best result with our particular style of construction.  The estimate we received was $2,000 less than the next closest cellulose estimate, and that was probably because John doesn't try to gouge people who don't know a lot about insulation, he is extremely honest and fair in his pricing.  We asked John if they would be willing to remove rows of the lap joint boards in addition to removing the clapboard as we also wanted to have some re-wiring done by an electrician and thought it would be easier for them to do the perimeter outlets from the outside rather than channeling through our plaster and leaving a lot of plaster repair work behind.  John had no problem being flexible with our electrical project whatsoever.  RSI came out and removed the clapboard they needed to, removed the lap joint wood I marked for them, and left me a map of where all the pieces went (I replaced the lap joint boards once the electricians were done to save some labor costs).  We discovered the outer walls were completely empty of any insulation.  Once the electrical work was done, RSI returned and insulated our home.  The foreman for RSI is a gentleman named Nick.  I told John this at the end of the job and I want to report here that Nick REALLY KNOWS WHAT HE IS DOING.  I was extremely impressed with Nick's thoroughness of making sure every possible nook and cranny of our home got insulated.  I took a couple days off work for "projects" and my observations were that our $11,000 was being very well spent. The third floor of our home was an absolute heat sieve, heat was pouring through the top of our house last winter.  RSI blue boarded the knee walls completely and blue boarded the wall between our walk out attic and bedroom.  They removed floor board in the crawl spaces and walk out attic and blew insulation completely under those floor spaces.  They essentially created a dome of insulation over the third floor that extended to the top of the walls of the second floor.  I've attached some photos of the crawl space and the attic.  Everywhere they blue boarded they used low expansion spray foam to seal the joints.  In talking through the job with Nick and my own observations I have no doubt there are not heat leaking spaces that were missed.  As I write this in late December, we haven't yet had any seriously cold weather but so far we have noticed a HUGE difference.  If we put the thermostats on 70 the house is too hot within 20-30 minutes, we have to keep the thermostats on about 66/67 to be comfortable.  Also, our house is on Rt. 370 so there is a lot of road noise, we have noticed a marked difference in how loud the road is, the house is much quieter.  
    RSI did an OUTSTANDING job.  The workers were very pleasant, no foul language, no trash left behind, they showed up when they said they would and worked steadily the entire time, and cleaned up after themselves daily.  They do it right, not fast or cheap.  John didn't have to keep showing up to check on the guys, they kept the job moving without his supervision.  I would still recommend anyone get multiple estimates, but we can tell you without hesitation that you will not find a better value in retro insulating your home!
    - David O.
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    Energy Savers Inc
    I saw this company at the Home and Garden Show in Syracuse, New York in March of 2014.  I gave them my contact information and told them I was interested in getting an estimate on some spray foam insulation for my basement and some new windows for the house.  They contacted me in April and came out a few different times for measurements of the windows and to look at the insulation needs in our basement.  They were very friendly at first through all this.  By the first week of July they came out to my house and I signed all the final loan documents and contracts to have the work done.  They told me after they submit all my paperwork it would take 6-8 weeks and that they would be ready to do the work by the first or second week of September.  My goal was to have the work completed before winter.  As we approached the second week of September I recieved a phone call from Energy Savers that they were waiting for me to turn in my signed loan paperwork.  I asked them what they were talking about because that was all completed back in July and here I sat under the impression that the work was going to be done any day now.  The lady I talked to then realized that she was the one that came out to my house and sat down with me to sign all the papers. She then miraculously remembered where my paperwork went and said they would put a rush on it.  The next day one of the sales guys called me and said that they now needed to adjust the price on the work to be done because some cost wasn't factored into the contract that was already signed.  I reminded him they came out at least 3 different occasions to measure and remeasure the windows and through all the months of waiting they never once mentioned an error on their part in the estimate they gave me, and now they want to raise the price last minute.  At that point I lost all my respect for Energy Savers and told them I no longer wanted the work done because of their incompetance and unproffesionalism with the way they handle their business.  They wasted my time from April to September and then tried to breach a sign contract to increase my cost.
    - Norma S.
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    Affordable Solutions by Brian
    How did it go? In a word SUPERBLY! Brian and his team of exemplary workers, Dough, Jason, and Jeremy did a great job remodeling my garage as I had envisioned. At the end of the project, which took only a week, what I had pictured in my mind was reality!  I know have a garage that I can be proud of and a backyard shed which now has lighting, so I can see the mess I have to clean up.
    I've already hired Brian to do another project for me: replace a broken outdoor faucets and already have a few other projects in mind for him to do.
    Brian is honest, fair, polite and professional. As is his team. What more could you ask for?
    Hire him. You won't be sorry!
    Norm
    - Norm M.
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    RSI General Contracting
    From start to finish, John and his crew were outstanding. My husband is a perfectionist, and it's hard to find someone who can please him. They were professional, reasonable, punctual and did a great job. We would hire them again in a heartbeat.
    - carol g.
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    CNY Green Energy Solutions
    We were very impressed with the professionalism, knowledge and personable service. Liam O'Neill, the president, came to do the estimate. He was thorough and took the time to educate us on his product and the application. The product that is offered is very good and is a good value. After considering alternatives, we went in another direction. We certainly would recommend Dr. Energy Saver for insulating a home.
    - Karen H.
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    CNY Green Energy Solutions
    Liam O'Neill provided two different methods of insulating the crawl space at two widely differing price points. The other coimpany I had quote provide only the higher priced method.
    The benefits of the different methods were explained including a discussion of payout on the expense. We scheduled for Dec. 2 and the work was completed in three hours.
    I received a mail confirmation of the scheduled date and a phone call a few days before the work was to be done.
    Liam covered the floors in the house to minimize fiberglass contamination and dirt. After completing the work he cleaned the area better than it was before he arrived.
    Subsequently I received an e-mail survey from Dr. Energy Saver to check on the quality of the work done.
    - Larry B.
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