Recent Jobs For Summit Environmental Solutions

Peter L.

January 25th, 2022 | Fairfax, VA

Install roof vent cart of heavy gauge stainless steel permanently affixed to the roof. Re-attach rake board on the front at the right side of the roof. Check the three bathroom vent housings on the roof to make sure there is no access there. If needed we will install roof …


Steven H.

January 22nd, 2022 | Vienna, VA

Remove all blown in fiberglass insulation and add 13 inches of blown in cellulose insulation in attic. This will give the customer an R-value of 39 (1,064 sq. ft)replace old baffles and add new baffles around attic access point. Reconnect 2 bath fans with 10ft of 4 inch flew insulation. Attic Walking Boards Install 38 …


Geoff S.

January 20th, 2022 | Fairfax, VA

Remove all of the blown in insulation and strifab entire attic space to disinfect. Install copper cloth on possible entry points for mice. Air seal gaps and conduit lines for energy efficiency. Install baffles at the soffit lines and around the entry point. Insulate the entry door with foam board …


Lisa L.

January 19th, 2022 | Warrenton, VA

Remove damaged sections of shingles and plywood. Install new full crickets behind the chimneys, plywood, ice/water shield, three tab grey shingles, and seal the chimney flashing behind the chimney siding.


Mari Beth D.

January 19th, 2022 | Herndon, VA

Remove current blown in insulation. Sanitize attic space. Air seal accessible top plates, gaps and ceiling penetrations 1″ or less with spray foam. Install new cellulose blown in insulation at recommended r-49. Approximately 675 sq ft on primary living area only.


Terrie P.

January 19th, 2022 | Leesburg, VA

Remove all debris, and insulation. Thoroughly Sanitize entire attic with bacteria killing, fungicide, mildew killing agent. Install heavy gauge stainless steel screen over louver vents, and repair rake board damage with metal to prevent entry. Fasten and seal with metal soffit at rear eaves.


Dalene R.

January 18th, 2022 | McLean, VA

In the garage attic blow over indicated section on the left side with cellulose insulation to reach levels of 14 inches (R49). Includes adding baffles where needed. In the main attic space, blow over the existing insulation and walk boards with cellulose insulation to reach levels of 14 inches (R49). Includes adding …


Beth S.

January 18th, 2022 | Woodbridge, VA

Remove all insulation and sanitize the attic. Install baffles. Then once drywall work in the ceiling is done we return and air seal, and blow in all new cellulose insulation to a depth of 14 inches. Rating of R49. Install heavy gauge stainless steel screen over louver Vance on each side …


Jenny R.

January 17th, 2022 | Woodbridge, VA

In the basement area indicated by the technician demo a section of the drywall ceiling to access the rim joists on the rear right side of the home. Remove the batted fiberglass insulation in the rim joists. Spray foam the rim joists with 2 inches of closed cell spray foam. Seal …


Kenneth R.

January 15th, 2022 | Fredericksburg, VA

Blow over existing insulation with cellulose insulation. Add 6 additional inches of cellulose insulation. New baffles with be installed at the soffit lines for proper ventilation. Walk boards will have insulation moved and blown on top.


Stephen R.

January 15th, 2022 | Chantilly, VA

Remove all accessible batted and blow in fiberglass insulation in the second story attic space. Install baffles at the soffit lines and around the storage area on the frontside of the attic space indicated by the technician. Air seal gaps and conduit lines with spray foam. Install R13 batted fiberglass …


Lee M.

January 13th, 2022 | Reston, VA

Install leaf solutions on front and rear of the townhome.


Natalie H.

January 13th, 2022 | Alexandria, VA

Insulation in both attics is inadequate in places, piled up due to other work and requires replacement. New lighting fixtures throughout home show problems with gaps into the attic. No baffles installed in either attic at eaves. 2 bathroom fans are ducting into the attic. Remove all insulation from both attic …


Steve D.

January 12th, 2022 | Falls Church, VA

Remove all old batted and blown in insulation from attic. Sterilize all area that show signs of rodent activity. Add 13 inches of blown in insulation to attic floor giving the customer an R-Value of 49. Add batted insulation with an R-38value of to side walls of attic.


Beth S.

January 08th, 2022 | Woodbridge, VA

Remove all blown insulation and sanitize attic. Leave the rolls of fiberglass insulation in the attic. They can be moved as needed.


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