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Attic Cleaning San Carlos

Attic Insulation Removal In San Carlos

When we are called for attic cleaning services in San Carlos, we find the attic in a different situation, but all already anticipate.

We took a project the other month, where we were hired to clean the attic.

The owner would say that her wife was complaining about the bad smell that was coming from the attic.

Since that is what we do best, we were happy to take the project.

The next day we went with my team to handle the clean.

The attic from the look of things has never been cleaned.

There was a different kind of rodents, and as a matter of fact, we found two dead rats.

We cleaned the attic, removed all the rodents, and insulated the whole space.

After the cleaning process, we disinfected the whole attic to avoid infection.

We offer several cleaning services which are;

  • Attic clean up
  • Attic Crawl Space
  • Inside gable and joist view of ongoing project, insulation of attic with fiberglass cold barrier and reflective heat barrier between the attic joists
  • Rodent and pest control
  • Pest and rodent eradication
  • Attic sealing
  • Rodent and pest proofing
  • Attic Cleaning

After you have checked, your attic and found the mold, you should act immediately, or it will have to cost your future to remedy the issue.

When the attic is dirty, there could be molds and fungus can cause serious health issues to you and your family.

Cleaning the attic is not a simple task and should only be done by experts.

The expert recommends that the attic should be cleaned at least once per year.

The cleaning involves removing the existing insulation, eradication of the pest and rodent and also protecting them from evading the area again.

After the cleaning process, the cleaning company helps to install a new insulator and also install the radiant barrier.

They will then disinfect the whole attic to avoid any possible infection.

I would recommend the cleaning of the attic from time to time and avoid the rodent and pest.

Why Spray Foam Insulation Installation

If you have considered doing a home renovation, it would be great to insulate your home too.

Insulating your home can be a challenging activity if you decided to carry out on your own.

Hiring a professional will have the job completed quickly and efficiently.

Air sealing

Air sealing helps to reduce the amount of air leaking in and out of your home.

This can significantly lower the heating and cooling costs and improve the durability of your HVAC system.

Also, it is a great way to enhance comfort and create a healthier indoor environment.

If you decide to go for DIY insulation, caulking and weather stripping would be the best options to go for.

They are cost-effective as well as simple to conduct.

You can use caulk to seal cracks and openings resent on your windows or door frames.

Also, for weather stripping, you can use it for moving components around your home like doors and windows.

There can be air leaks even below the old insulation.

Therefore, before adding another layer of insulation, you can strip off the exiting one and look for holes.

Air leaks can hide under moldy and dirty surfaces too.

Ensure to clean up dust off the area you want to insulate before adding the material.

Using caulk for air sealing

Spray foam insulation for your attic

A room at a newly constructed home is sprayed with liquid insulating foam before the drywall is added. Ideal for new home construction advertising and other ho

Caulk is suitable for sealing gaps and holes that are less than a quarter-inch wide.

Often, it is used on stationary components.

Before applying caulk, it is necessary that you evaluate the areas to check for air leaks.

Also, it is crucial that you consider the ventilation of your place so that to maintain a suitable indoor environment.

Apart from preventing air escape, caulk helps to prevent water damage when installed around faucets, water pipes, drains, and other water supply components.