Insulation helps your home function at maximum efficiency and will help lower your energy bills. Naturally insulation degrades over time which will increase the wear and tear on your home’s AC and heater. Insulation can be installed on top of existing insulation or on its own.
Most commonly, our insulation services are used once pests have found their way into the home and have used it for their own benefits. Our service includes the removal and cleaning of ruined insulation and replacing it with high-quality new insulation. Additionally, our insulation services also come with exclusion of entrance points that allowed the insulation to become compromised in the first place. If you’re unsure if your insulation is still in good condition, contact us today for a no-obligation inspection of your home’s attic and insulation.
Attic Insulation Benefits
The benefits of insulation include reducing your energy bills, reducing noise, and are flame retardant. Insulation is an excellent option for homeowners looking to get the most out of their home and to increase the value of their property.
With so many benefits of insulation to homeowners, it’s no wonder that pests love it too. After all, pests and wildlife are looking to stay warm just like humans so they will stop at nothing to gain entrance to your home, especially your attic. Our inspection will identify potential problem areas around your roof and attic and offer you solutions to make sure pests are excluded.
The most common and noticeable sign that the insulation in your attic has been compromised is the smell of urine or feces. Raccoons, possums, and other wildlife have been known to make themselves at home in attics and use the insulation for breeding purposes. If you’re attic has a stench of feces or urine, you need to act fast. This waste contains pheromones which will only attract more inhabitants. Not to mention this will compromise the effectiveness of your home’s insulation.
If you suspect your attic and insulation has been compromised, be sure to contact us immediately so we can come out and inspect the attic and home for other potential areas that pests and wildlife can gain access to.