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Attic Insulation Removal

Our integrated attic-cleaning solution begins with removing attic insulation. In the event that you have old or dirty insulation in your attic, you may want to have it inspected and replaced. It is common for old attic insulation to be inefficient, resulting in high energy bills unnecessarily. Dirty attic insulation, on the other hand, may have been contaminated by pests like rodents and birds. This can lead to an unhealthy home. To maximize your house's energy efficiency and safety, remove insulation from attic spaces if either of these situations applies.

With our attic insulation removal service, we use a high-powered vacuum that is connected to a long hose. All dust and debris can be sucked up safely and efficiently and collected in a large-volume filter bag designed specifically for collecting insulation materials. In the next step, this material will be placed outside the home. This technology makes removing blown-in insulation safer.

Most homeowners should avoid doing this themselves for several reasons. If you attempt the removal yourself without adequate protection and expertise, you may encounter problems. You may contract potentially deadly diseases if pests or rodents have gotten into your insulation, stirring up dust and fecal matter. Moreover, not everyone is familiar with the appearance of some potentially dangerous materials used in older insulation, such as asbestos and older fiberglass, which are extremely dangerous to work with without proper protection. It's also common for blown-in insulation to be higher than your ceiling joists when it's being removed, making it difficult to see where you're walking. There is a very real possibility that you could end up causing accidental damage such as stepping through your ceiling if you attempt to remove the loose fill or batt yourself.


We are available to answer any questions and schedule your appointment for a hassle-free experience. Let us help you save money on your energy bills and achieve optimal indoor comfort. Give us a call at (254) 831-3027 or fill out our online contact form

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