When raccoons, bats, birds, squirrels, or other animals gain access to your attic they can cause a massive amount of damage to your insulation and ceiling. They walk on top of the insulation compressing it down and decreasing your R-Value which will increase your heating and cooling cost.
Not only that but more importantly when these animals defecate and urinate in your attic space it puts you at risk many animal related diseases including but not limited to Histoplasmosis, Leptospirosis, Raccoon Round Worm, Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis, and Salmonellosis. At Animal Remover we provide a full attic restoration insulation removal and insulation install service. Regardless of the type of attic insulation that you have we can remove the insulation along with all the animal droppings. For this process we use large insulation removal vacuums. The insulation is sucked out of the attic through large hoses which transfer the insulation into large collection bags. After your attic insulation is removed we will deodorize and disinfect the attic using an atomizer. This will help to eliminate the harmful microorganisms and bacteria that cause disease. Finally we blow in new insulation to bring the levels in your attic back to original.
Attic restoration may be covered by our homeowners insurance? Only certain animal damage is covered by certain insurance companies and policies are constantly changing. We will work with your homeowners insurance to make sure you get the coverage that you deserve. Check out our homeowners insurance page for more information. We are constantly evolving to ensure that we offer you only the absolute best service available. We continue to upgrade our equipment and knowledge every day.
Some types of insulation such as fiberglass bat or other rolled insulation must be removed by hand. In this case we bag all the insulation with heavy duty 3mm vinyl bags and tie them tightly to keep the insulation and droppings containing in the bags and out of the living space of the home. We dispose of these hazardous materials according to environmental standards.
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