Kyle J. Mueller
June 6, 1970 - October 2, 2019
Kyle is the Chief Operating Officer, Co-Founder/Co-Owner of Triple H. He holds the Building Performance Institute's (BPI.org) Certified Building Analyst, Envelope Professional and A/C & Heat Pump Professional designations. He has held these certifications for 10 years.
Kyle started at an early age in sales selling flowers and soft pretzels on street corners in Philadelphia at the age of 13. During high school he worked as a canvasser for a large home improvement company on Long Island eventually becoming a top salesman. In his early 20s, Kyle entered the Automotive Industry as a salesperson and eventually became a Finance Director and then a General Manager for multiple dealerships. Kyle's deep understanding of finance solutions truly sets Triple H apart from its competitors. His ability to structure those hard to finance home improvment projects really makes a difference for our customers. He takes pride in his unique ability to get almost any project financed, if the customer desires.
Kyle and his wife Jill have two children and a dog named April (who Kyle brings to work every day). Kyle loves to golf, travel and camp with his family in their RV.
This customer in Douglaston requested we give him an estimate to improve his attic insulation. Prior to our arrival he was was loosing heat and his home was not efficient. Triple H proposed a Super Attic. The SuperAttic system protects your house against energy losses by putting a continuous & airtight layer of foam insulation beneath the attic rafters and inside the attic's gable walls. SilverGlo panels are used to fully seal and insulate the attic directly beneath the roof rafters and inside the gable ends. This home will now be more efficient and comfortable.
This customer in Bayshore had a free home energy assessment. After completing the assessment it was determined the home could benefit from new insulation. A mechanical cat walk was built to give the customer a neat and clean storage space. This home also has can lights. Can lights are a huge source of lost heat. In order to make the home more efficient, can light covers were installed. Cellulose insulation was blown-in making the home more efficient.
The wood floors in the house above this between-floor cantilever (overhang) were always cold in the winter until Triple H spray foamed under the cantilever. Each bay was completely empty an uninsulated when we opened it up. There was good reason for the floors to be cold. Cold air was also getting in the house, mixing with the warmer conditioned air making it more difficult to heat and keep an even, comfortable temperature.
The floors are now are as warm as in the rest of the house. Spray foam both insulates and air seals and will also keep the cool, conditioned air in the home in the summer.
This bedroom in St. James will be much more comfortable now that Triple H has sealed and insulated the exterior walls with spray foam.
The customer had recently purchased the home and prior to moving in took the opportunity to remove the sheet rock and spray foam all the exterior walls because he wanted the best insulation to ensure year round comfort and reduced energy bills.
Our fellow neighbor in St. James requested we help them to lower the cost of heating and cooling the home. The attic of this home did not have proper insulation and it was not properly sealed. The ducts of this home were not sealed. When the ducts are not sealed the air moving through the ducts to your home is affected. If its summer and you are trying to get cool air into your home the attic heats the duct air in it. So instead of getting cold air temperature you expect into your home you get less cold air. This causes comfort issues and often makes your central air conditioning system work harder. If your system is working harder, it is costing you more. Triple H insulated these ducts using spray foam. Then used cellulose insulation to insulate the attic. Between the ducts being sealed and new insulation, this home will be much more comfortable and the homeowner should see a reduction in the cost of heating and cooling the home.
Our customer located in Middle Island requested a free home energy assessment. In order to make this customer more comfortable and more efficient, we installed blown-in cellulose insulation into the attic. We also installed an attic zipper hatch. This covers the opening of the stairs that provide access into the attic. By installing this attic zipper hatch it will stop air infiltration between the home and attic, the most common medium for wasting costly energy, during both hot and cold seasons. After completion of the project, this customer will be warmer in the colder months and will save energy.
A homeowner from Mastic Beach reached out out to Triple H Contracting for help with insulation in their home. The insulation in the attic of the home was old and lacking efficiency. We removed and disposed of all of the old insulation in the attic. After the insulation was removed we then air sealed all the penetrations on the attic floor. We then blew in 10" of Borate Cellulose insulation into the attic. The homeowner now has a tightly air sealed home with proper insulation. Their home will now be more comfortable as well as more efficient.
Triple H Contracting was requested to preform an in home evaluation at a home in Sag Harbor. Upon completion of the evaluation it was suggested that Borate cellulose be used to insulate the attic. Triple H Contracting removed the existing insulation in the attic, then air sealed the attic floor, as well as used blown in cellulose insulation to properly insulate the attic. For this homeowner a small storage platform was also built to give the customer a nice clean storage space. Now that this home is properly insulated the home owner will be more comfortable and the home will be more efficient.