Meet the Team

Ray Anderson

Dr. Energy Saver N.E. Illinois

Title: Division Leader

Ray Anderson from Dr. Energy Saver N.E. Illinois

Ray's job as a Dr. Energy Saver® Division Leader, Production Manager, is to thoroughly diagnose where your house uses and loses energy, and wastes money. He then communicates this to you and educates you on what your energy saving priorities are. Ray creates solutions so you can start saving energy and money right away.
Ray has been thoroughly trained and has earned the highly esteemed title "Division Leader, Production Manager" through the Dr. Energy Saver® National Contractor Network.

Spouse - Kim Children - Bob, Kylie, Zack and Alyssa Residence - Woodstock IL Hobbies - Riding and rebuilding dirt bikes

Before joining Dr. Energy Saver:
• Tenex corp.- compounder 3 years, supervisor 9 years, scheduler 2 years
• Kirk Homes - Construction supervisor 5 years
• Smart Sealed- Field supervisor- 4 years
• Chicago Green Insulation- Field Manager-5 years
Ray brings over 15 years of experience in building science and construction. He believes customer service along with knowledge and attention to detail are the most important aspects of his job.


from customers I've helped!
  • "I discovered Dr. Energy Saver on the Internet in the summer of 2018 when I was researching remedies for ice..." Read Full Testimonial

    Stephen W. of Mundelein, IL

    Customer Testimonial

              I discovered Dr. Energy Saver on the Internet in the summer of 2018 when I was researching remedies for ice dam formation. The video presentation I found was clear and concise. I response to my call, a very professional evaluator (Tim D.) showed up and appraised my situation. Apart from giving me a thorough and understandable explanation for my problem, he informed me that my existing insulation contained asbestos and would have to be removed before the necessary improvements to prevent another ice dam. This led to another search for an environmental contractor to remove the asbestos. Fortunately, Tim had acquainted me with a trust fund which was set up to help ameliorate the costs of asbestos abatement, and which eventually reimbursed me about $4,000. Once the abatement was complete, the Dr. Energy Saver crew (supervised by Tim, Ray and Sue) completed the air-sealing and installation of new cellulose insulation in a single day in December 2018. There was an immediate noticeable improvement in the warmth of the house: the wood floors were not so cold! I have not looked for changes in my gas bill yet, but I am content that the house is much more energy-efficient. There was one minor glitch in the process. After the new insulation was installed, I observed a persistent small area of snow melt on the roof that could potentially cause an ice dam. After I reported this to Tim, he came out to the house and analyzed the problem. There was a subtle leak of warm air from one of the walls adjacent to the shower enclosure in the bathroom. Tim took charge and arranged for his crew to tweak the air sealing in this area. I think they may have done an “over-kill” job, as it looks like there is no way for air to pass into the attic. This just in: the latest information about natural gas consumption indicates a decrease of about 30% over last year’s consumption with roughly the same average daily temperature.
    Stephen W.
    Mundelein, IL