Before joining Triple H / Dr. Energy Saver, Brian put himself through SUNY Farmingdale, as a bricklayer, and acquired an associates degree in Engineering Science. He began restoring old fireplaces and loved working with his hands. A close friend introduced him to building science and the energy efficiency field. He said "WOW! I was hooked from the start."
Brian has worked in the energy efficiency field for fourteen years as an Auditor, Salesman, Field Supervisor, Technical Field Director and Trainer. Today, he serves others humbly in hopes to make this world a better place, one house at a time. Brian has many years of sales experience with a proven track record and consistency.
He holds certifications from the Building Performance Institute (BPI.org) in Building Analyst and Envelope Professional. Brian is passionate about what he does and how he serves others.
Brian is married to Danielle and they have three children, Briana, Ashley and Chase.
Brian enjoys his faith, family and mountain biking.
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The homeowners from Lynbrook had a free home energy assessment to find out why they had frozen pipes in their crawlspace. They were also concerned about some of the floors being cold. In order for the homeowner to be more comfortable and to help prevent pipes from freezing Triple H Contracting used Silverglo and a radiant barrier to properly insulate their crawl space. Silverglo aids in keeping warm air in and cool air out in the winter and the cold air in and warm air out in the summer months. The radiant barriers also helps with climate control and moisture . This home will no longer have cool floors or concerns about pipes freezing in the winter.
This customer from new Hyde Park requested a free in home evaluation. Upon arrival she expressed to our comfort specialist that she felt the temperature of the home was too cold. The rim joist of this home was not insulated. A rim joist is the part of the house where the floor framing rests on the foundation.This is a main source of air leakage and energy loss.We eliminate this problem by sealing & insulating the rim joist. Now that the rim joist is air sealed and insulated with spray foam the home will be warmer and more efficient.
Triple H was called to this home in Manhasset for uncomfortable rooms above the Crawl Space. The Rim Joist of this home was not sealed or insulated. The Rim Joist is the perimeter of the floor framing system along the exterior of the house. If the Rim Joist is not insulated or properly sealed it will cause cold floors and drafty and uncomfortable rooms. Triple H used Spray Foam to seal and insulate the Rim Joist. Since the Spray Foam expands it will seal all the cracks and gaps where the outside air gets in. The walls of this Crawl Space were poured concrete and were not insulated. Poured Concrete walls are dense and have a lot of thermal mass-meaning the heat you pay for in your home passes through the walls to the outside. Uninsulated concrete walls makes for a colder crawl space and colder floors above the crawl space. Triple H installed SilverGlo insulation on the walls. SilverGlo has graphite infused into the foam, this can raise R-value. Now that there is SilverGlo on the Crawl Space walls and Spray Foam insulation in the Rim Joist, the home will be much warmer, there will be less drafts, and the cost of heating and cooling will be reduced.
A lovely resident from Stewart Manor reached out to Triple H, they wanted to know how they could reduce the cost of heating and cooling the home. This attic had insulation but was not properly sealed. Insulation alone will not stop air leaks. Triple H air sealed the attic floor before installing cellulose insulation. With the combination of air sealing and insulation this home will be much more comfortable, less drafty, and quieter.
This homeowner in Merrick, NY requested Triple H to evaluate their home. They wanted to find ways to reduce the cost of heating and cooling the home. The kneewall of this home was not air sealed or insulated. When this wall is not insulated or sealed correctly air can easily escape to the exterior portion of the home resulting in hot rooms in the summer and cold rooms in the winter. Triple H used SilverGlo insulation board because it gives a 24% higher insulation value than standard foam. The rooms of the home will be more comfortable and easier to heat and cool.
This customer in Glen Head requested a free home energy assessment. Upon arrival they had advised that they just moved into the house and feels the house has different temperatures throughout the whole house, mostly on the first floor. It was determined that the attic was not insulated. Therefor all the heat was traveling from the first floor into the attic, creating the first floor to be colder. To improve the comfort on the first floor the attic was insulated with blown in cellulose insulation. This contains the heat in the home, resulting in a warmer home.
This home owner in Lindenhurst requested a Free Home Energy Assessment because they were experiencing cold floors and climate comfort issues. After completion of the assessment, it was decided that the home would benefit from SilverGlo and a vapor Barrier in the crawl space. By installing SilverGlo and a vapor barrier this will make the floors above warmer and the home more comfortable.
This customer in Huntington was aware that his home may need more insulation. He requested that Triple H come to the home and assess the insulation. At this time it was suggested that he could benefit from SilverGlo insulation in his knee wall. SilverGlo is a high R-Value, graphite-infused insulation foam board, lined with radiant foil that reflects the sun's heat away from the home during the summer, and maintains the heat during the winter. By using SilverGlo, the homeowner will no longer feel the effects of hot and cold air penetrating the room.
Upon the request of this customer in Dix Hills, we performed an in home evaluation. This customer felt that his rooms were too cold in the winter. Triple H Contracting air sealed all penetrations of the attic floor as well as insulated the attic with Borate Cellulose insulation. By insulating and air sealing the attic properly the customer will be warmer in winter and cooler in the summer.
This customer in Brentwood had a free home energy assessment. The customer was interested in lowering their utility bills and becoming more efficient. For this home we blew in cellulose insulation. Cellulose insulation is a heavier and denser insulation, creating a higher R-value per inch than fiberglass. For this customer we also installed an attic zipper tent. Between the blown in cellulose insulation and the attic zipper tent the customer will see an improvement in their efficiency as well as their comfort.
Prior to this customer in Sayville calling Triple H Contracting for a free home energy assessment, they were losing a lot of energy as well as money. This customer's home had no insulation in the knee walls. Knee wall spaces are typically not insulated and cause energy loss. In order to help this customer's home become more efficient SilverGlo was installed. By using SilverGlo the customer's home will be significantly warmer upstairs in the winter and cooler in the summer.
This Sayville NY homeowner was looking to reduce the costs of heating and cooling the home. The current attic insulation had not been updated in some time. Over the years insulation codes have changed. You should know what insulation is in your home and if it is up to current code. If your home is not adequately insulated it could be costing you a ton of money as well as making you uncomfortable. For this attic, Triple H Air Sealed the attic floor, blew in Cellulose Insulation and built a Mechanical Catwalk. Now that this attic is now tightly air sealed and has proper insulation the home will maintain more comfortable climate and reduce the cost of heating and cooling. The mechanical Catwalk makes it much easier to access the HVAC system in the future.
This customer from St. James called Tripe H Contracting to have a free home energy assessment. He had felt that his home was loosing heat and was not properly insulated. He was consuming a tremendous amount of oil in the winter months. After the assessment was complete Triple H recommended the customer have his attic properly insulated using blowing in cellulose insulation. We also built a mechanical cat walk allowing the HVAC system to be easily accessed. Now the customer will see an improvement in his oil consumption and will feel more comfortable.
A resident of St. James had a free home energy assessment. The homeowner was looking to make his house more comfortable and save money on his bills. His attic insulation was old, causing the home to lack in efficiency. Triple H Contracting blew in cellulose insulation. Cellulose insulation is made from recycled materials and has an insulation value as high as R-4 per in. The insulation is treated with a nontoxic borate solution that gives the material a Class 1 fire safety rating. It is also resistant to mold and insects! By using the cellulose insulation to properly insulate this attic, the homeowner will now benefit from a more comfortable home and see an improvement in his bills.
A local homeowner from St. James, NY was interested in reducing the cost to heat and cool her home. Triple H performed an In-Home Evaluation. The attic of this home was not properly insulated and the penetrations along the attic floor were not sealed properly. Triple H Air Sealed all penetrations on the attic floor, built a mechanical CatWalk and then blew in Cellulose Insulation. The Air Sealing and Cellulose Insulation will keep the hot air out of the house in the Summer and the cool air from making its way in during the Winter months. The mechanical CatWalk will allow for easy access to the HVAC system in the future.
A fellow resident of St. James requested a free in-home evaluation. They were looking to reduce the costs to heat and cool the home. They also wanted to make rooms warmer in the winter. The attic of this home was lacking the proper lever of insulation needed to keep a home comfortable. The attic was not air sealed either. Triple H air sealed the attic floor and then used Cellulose insulation to bring up the R value. This home will now be much warmer, and the homeowner should see a reduction in the heating and cooling costs.
This customer came to us with concerns about his crawlspace. After Triple H visited the house, they proposed to clean out the old, damaged insulation on the walls and replace it with new insulation, as well as spray foaming the rim joist to seal them. The Triple H crew went in and removed all the old insulation and encapsuled the area with SilverGlo insulation. Now the room will have much lower humidity and much warmer floors upstairs. And with the rim joist sealed and insulated with spray foam there will be less drafts and the house will be easier to heat. With all that now the house will be more comfortable year-round.
This customer in Port Jefferson had a free home energy assessment because he wanted to improve his insulation in his home. One of the recommendations was to spray foam his rim joist. Triple H used closed cell spray foam to insulate and air seal the rim joist. By doing this it will keep cold air out and will keep the home warmer and help make the home more efficient.
A homeowner from Sag Harbor wanted to make the upstairs of their home more comfortable year round. The attic of this home was not properly air sealed. Allowing for warm air to escape the home in the winter and cool air in the summer. Triple H air sealed the attic floor and insulated it with cellulose insulation. A SuperDeck was also created for this home. The SuperDeck uses SilverGlo Insulation to create the best R-Value. Boards are then installed to create a clean and neat storage area. This home will now be more comfortable year round.
This customer from Mt Sinai called seeking a free in home energy evaluation. He had just purchased the home and had major concerns about his high energy bills. Our comfort specialist took time to evaluate the entire home. After analyzing it was determined that this home needed proper insulation in the attic. Triple H Contracting blew in 6 inches of Cellulose insulation into the attic. Triple H created a storage platform so the customer could continue to store his belongings in his attic. A mechanical catwalk was built to ensure easy access to the HVAC system. This customers energy bills should decrease and he should also be more comfortable in the home.
This customer in Sound Beach had requested a Free Home Energy Assessment. Upon completion of the assessment it was determined that this home had little to no insulation in the exterior walls. This causes the homeowner to have colder rooms and feel discomfort. To improve the comfort of this home we dense packed the exterior walls with cellulose insulation. This homeowner now has warmer rooms and is more comfortable.
This homeowner from Mastic Beach had a free home energy assessment due to some concerns about her attic insulation. After the analysis of the home was completed, Triple H suggested that this customer upgrade the insulation in her attic. Triple H air sealed all penetrations on the attic floor before blowing in Cellulose insulation. To make sure the attic is as air tight as possible an attic tent was also installed. Now that this home has been air sealed and has proper insulation the customer will experience a more comfortable home as well as savings on their utilities.
This customer in Ridge had a free home energy assessment. This homeowner had recently moved into the home. He wanted to make sure his home was efficient as possible. The previous owner did have insulation work done in the attic but it was insufficient. Triple H Contracting used cellulose insulation in the attic to make the home as efficient as possible. The homeowner will feel more comfortable and save on utility bills.
This customer from Ridge had just moved into the home and had a comfort concern. They wanted the home to be warmer and not spend a lot of money to do so. After the assessment was completed it was determined that this home could benefit from a mechanical catwalk as well as blown in cellulose insulation. The mechanical cat walk makes it easier to access the HVAC system, it also allows for a clean and neat storage area. The cellulose insulation will make the home warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. The homeowner will see a reduction in their utility bills as well.
This homeowner from Ridge was experiencing comfort issues as well as high utility bills. Triple H Contracting completed a free home energy assessment. After reviewing the findings of the assessment the customer wanted to have the attic properly insulated. Triple H contracting used Cellulose insulation to insulate the attic, increasing the R value. This homeowner also requested to have a storage area. We built a storage area, giving the homeowner a clean and usable storage space. To ensure the attic was properly sealed off an attic tent was installed as well. After completion of the project the homeowner will feel more comfortable and save on utility bills.
A homeowner from Ridge requested a free in home evaluation. This customer had recently moved into the home and was very concerned about her incredibly high electric bills. In order to help reduce the cost of both heating and cooling the house Triple H Contracting air sealed the attic floor and then blew in 5 inches of Borate Cellulose. Now that the attic is properly air sealed and insulated the customer will see an improvement in her electric bills.
This customer in Westhampton wanted to make his rooms warmer in the winter. One of the biggest causes of loss of heat is an improperly insulated knee wall. The knee wall is cold in the winter and hot in the summer because both the knee wall and floor are opened to the knee wall space typically with exposed fiberglass. To make this home more comfortable and efficient we use SilverGlo on the walls which can increase your R-value greatly. We also air sealed all floor penetrations, making the space air sealed properly. Last we used cellulose insulation. The homeowner will more be more comfortable in all four seasons of the year.
This customer requested a free Home Energy Assessment at their home. After the assessment and talking with the customer about all their concerns, it was decided that they would benefit from having cellulose insulation blown into the attic. Triple h removed and disposed of all the old insulation in the attic. After that we then air sealed all the air leaks on the attic floor. We then blew in cellulose insulation, which is resistant to fire, mold, and pest, making it a great choice. After insulating the attic, the customer will have a warmer, more comfortable and less drafty house.