Joe is a Building Performance Institute (BPI.org) certified Building Analyst. He was a member of the production team and worked his way up to a Home Energy Assessor when he passed his training and certification test for a BPI Building Analyst. Joe also holds certificates in air sealing and sales specialist from Contractor Nation.
Joe has been with Triple H for three years. Joe's leadership skills set him apart and homeowners have given him great reviews.
Joe graduated from Hauppauge High School and attended SUNY Farmingdale. Joe likes to ski, travel, go to the gym and work on cars.
This customer from Wantagh requested an estimate for insulation in his master bedroom. The homeowner felt that his room was too cold in the winter and too warm in the summer. After assessing the insulation levels in the knee wall of the master bedroom it was decided the current insulation needed to be removed and replaced. Triple H removed the old R19 insulation and replaced it with blown in cellulose insulation. After the completion of the project the customer will be warmer and will also see an improvement in their utility bills.
This customer from Halesite requested a Free Estimate. His primary interest was insulating his basement. He was experiencing cold floors over the basement area. For this concern Triple H Contracting used spray foam insulation to properly insulate the rim joist. The rim joist is the perimeter of the floor framing system along the exterior of the house. This area is often not insulated and allows the flow of cold air into your home. After the insulation has been installed the floors will be warmer and there will be less drafts. Triple H Contracting also used Foamax insulation to insulate the basement walls. Foamax is a highly effective insulation panel that also has a great appearance.Tthe homeowner will be much more comfortable as well as more efficient.
This customer from East Northport, NY was having comfort issues throughout his home. After an evaluation it was clear the attic wasn’t properly insulated. Triple H Contracting went in, removed all the old insulation and air sealed the entire attic to prevent any air leaks. They then blew in 14” of cellulose insulation to reach the proper R-value. Triple H also installed a catwalk that makes it easy to access all the mechanicals in the attic. As a result, this customer should experience a warmer, less drafty, more comfortable house that they’ll notice everywhere.
A resident of Commack contacted Triple H with concerns that their Crawl Space was not properly insulated. After having a free estimate, Triple H recommended reinsulating the Crawl Space. Triple H went in and removed all the old moldy and damaged insulation and installed a GoldSeal Encapsulation system with SilverGlo. All the air leaks in the crawl space were sealed and SilverGlo insulation was installed. The encapsulation liner is installed along the dirt floor. Now this customer should experience warmer floors, less drafts, and lower heating and cooling costs.
This homeowner from St. James had a free home energy assessment. This customer was experiencing comfort issues. Upon inspecting this home it was determined that the home had a lot of air leakage and lack of insulation. For this attic we air sealed all penetrations in the attic. This included all wires and duct work. After the air sealing was complete we then blew cellulose insulation through out the attic. Hot air moves from more to less, meaning warm air in your home works its way outside in the winter, while hot air in the summer finds a way in. By air sealing your home you can stop the warm air from escaping the home and the hot air from entering the home. Air sealing and insulating a home creates a much more comfortable environment and saves on energy.
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.
This customer from East Patchogue contacted us to have a Free Home Energy Assessment. After completing the assessment, it was obvious that this customer needed new attic insulation to fix their comfort concern. Triple H removed all the old insulation. They then air sealed the attic floor to prevent air leaks in the home and then blew in 16” of Cellulose insulation. Triple H also added a Catwalk to make it easy to access all the mechanicals in the attic . Now this home will now maintain a more comfortable climate and reduce cost of heating and cooling.
This customer contacted Triple H Contracting and wanted an estimate for roof insulation for his vented attic space. Vented attics that aren’t properly insulated are hostile places, easily reaching 30 degrees in winter and 125 degrees in the summer. After the home comfort specialist performed an evaluation it was noticed that there was no insulation. It was recommended to use Foamax Panels. Triple H went in and installed the Foamax Polyisocyanurate foam insulation boards on the underside of the roof deck. The superior R-value and foil face on the outside reflects heat out in summer. With the Foamax installed the customer should experience a less drafter home that stays warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.
A customer contacted Triple H and was having comfort issues with the rooms upstairs being too cold. After an evaluation it was determined that their Knee Wall space was causing the discomfort. A Knee Wall space is created when a finished room is built within a sloped roof. With this space not being insulated the floor of the upper level, the ceiling of the lower level, and the knee wall are all cold in the winter and hot in the summer. Triple H went in and installed blocks of SilverGlo Foam insulation between the ceiling joist bays. SilverGlo also has a radiant barrier which gives some thermal benefits, so the insulation is not doing all the work. This will result in significantly warmer upstairs rooms in the winter and cooler in the summer, as well as gaining a space suitable for storage.