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Dr. Energy Saver on Target to Fix 100,000 Uncomfortable Homes


SEYMOUR, Conn. — Dr. Energy Saver has reached a new milestone toward its mission to fix 100,000 uncomfortable homes by 2020.

From January 1 through June 30, 2016, Dr. Energy Saver contractors across America fixed more than 4,500 additional uncomfortable homes. This brings the total number of homeowners enjoying more comfortable and energy efficient homes to more than 24,600.

"Each contractor in the Dr. Energy Saver national network is working hard every day to solve persistent comfort and energy-wasting issues that homeowners have suffered with in their homes for years," said Larry Janesky, company founder and CEO. "Our dealers' mission to fix 100,000 homes by 2020 is our collective goal to help as many of these homeowners as possible."

In the process of identifying and fixing what causes homes to be uncomfortable, Dr. Energy Saver dealers lower the cost of home ownership by reducing fuel and electric bills.

"We've come to realize that many homeowners want to find ways to make their homes more comfortable and lower their costs of owning their homes, but often don't know how or even where to start," said Marc Tannenbaum, president of the dealer network. "Homeowners also don't really know which upgrades will give them the best solutions to their issues….whether new windows or air sealing and insulation for example will solve their comfort problems, as well as give them the best return on their investment in their homes."

As a way of helping homeowners in the community fix their uncomfortable homes, Dr. Energy Saver of Connecticut is presently offering free whole home comfort evaluations to area homeowners (normally valued at $450). For additional information, visit drenergysaver.com.