Located in Charleston and Bluffton, SC, and serving the Southeastern US, Energy One America is committed to providing you with cutting edge energy saving upgrades coupled with an efficient and highly professional experience. We pride ourselves on being the number one company in the Southeast for:
Energy One America spray foam insulation seals air leaks as itexpands to fill the desired space, where traditional fiberglass insulation or blown-in insulation allows conditioned air to escape and unconditioned air to enter. The benefits of spray foam are numerous:
- Energy efficiency & savings – Up to 40% off current energy bills!
- Provides air barrier, moisture barrier, and premium insulation in one application
- Permanent solution that won’t droop or need to be replaced
- More comfortable indoor environment
- Improved indoor air quality
- & Much More!
Spray foam insulation provides lasting comfort to you and your family, and can reduce your heating and cooling costs by up to 40%, increase the value of your home, and extend the life of your HVAC system. Spray foam comes in two types, open cell and closed cell, which are equal in energy saving ability, but have unique benefits. Open cell foam is leading sound proofing insulation, while closed cell foam is rigid and strengthens the structure as it cures. For more information on our spray foam insulation and its benefits, contact us at 855-FOAM-FIX or 855-362-6349.
Energy One America offers reliable services and protections from many household threats – but perhaps the most dangerous of these is mold. Mold can be hard to see and difficult to detect, and unchecked, can pose a serious health hazard.
Our Forticel mold prevention treatment is the ONLY treatment on the market with a fully transferrable 25 year warranty. Most other treatments void your warranty if the treated surface gets wet, just when you need it most! Forticel Mold Prevention is guaranteed to stop mold growth on all treated surfaces for 25 years, making it the first choice for premier residential and commercial builders.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Spray Foam the same as “sprayed in” or “blown in” insulation?
“Sprayed in insulation” is a commonly searched phrase and usually refers to Spray Foam Insulation. “Blown in insulation” usually refers to blown in cellulose, which is loose and lays on the attic floor, and is usually removed during the upgrade to spray foam. Other common search terms for spray foam insulation are: foam types, polyurethane insulation, polyurethane foam, expanding foam, roof spray, diy foam, foam roofing, and spray insulation.
What is the R-Value of Spray Foam Insulation?
The R-Value varies depending on the depth of the application and the type of foam used. The characteristic that makes spray foam the optimum solution for insulating is its ability to air seal the space in which it is applied. Fiberglass, blown in insulation, and cellulose may have a similar or higher r-value, but all of that is lost without a proper air seal. Spray foam is the only insulation that provides a thermal, air, and moisture barrier all in one application, making it superior to other insulation options.
If my house floods, is my Forticel Mold Prevention warranty voided?
No! In fact, Forticel Mold Prevention carries the only warranty that remains in place in the event of a flood or moisture intrusion. Other mold prevention products remain valid as long as the treated surface does not get wet.
Which is better, Closed Cell Spray Foam applied to the subfloor, or a full Crawl Space Encapsulation?
That depends on your goal. Applying closed cell spray foam to your subfloor will seal your living space from your crawl space, improving indoor air quality, lower energy bills, and eliminating cupping wood floors by blocking moisture and humidity. A full crawl space encapsulation, also known as a closed crawl space system, will give you all the benefits of the closed cell spray foam, with the added benefit of creating a clean, healthy crawl space free of insects, rodents, and moisture. A de-humidifier can be included and monitored from inside the home as well.
How does your garage floor coating differ from an epoxy floor coating?
Epoxy floors take about a week to cure, after which are prone to cracking, staining, and hot tire pickup. Our proprietary coating system is based on the same technology as our elite spray foam insulation and cures in 24 hours, will not crack, is chemically resistant, and shows no hot tire marks! Our floor coatings also look amazing, almost like a granite stab compared to traditional muted garage floor systems.
Call the Energy One America team today at (888) 907-3090 to learn more about how our services can protect your home and improve its energy efficiency! We service homes in cities throughout the Southeast, in South Carolina, Georgia, North Carolina, and beyond, including Charleston, Mt. Pleasant, Daniel Island, James Island, Kiawah Island, Isle of Palms, Hilton Head Island, Bluffton, Savannah, Myrtle Beach, and Greenville.