There are specific issues that occur within the spaces above and below your property, and Attic Decontamination Livermore are familiar with all of them.
Property owners will receive free attic inspections so technicians can figure out exactly what problems are occurring within the space, whether it be worn out insulation, an accumulation of dirt and debris, or a rodent infestation.
Our technicians are IICRC certified and expertly trained in attic decontamination, rodent control, and insulation services that will help maintain the integrity of not only your attic but your property as a whole.
When customers need attic cleaning services, we do not want to make you wait, which is why technicians always stick to the predetermined two-hour window and call a half hour before arriving.
As a full-service restoration company, Attic Decontamination Livermore can assist customers with so much more than just attic cleaning services. Technicians will tear out old insulation, replace it with blown-in or batt, eradicate rodents, and deep clean the entire area.
Call the team who cares and understands your needs as a property owner in Livermore, and you will receive thorough attic cleaning in Ramona today!
Rodent Proofing Is An Integral Part Of The Attic Cleanup Process
It is wise for property owners to receive rodent proofing in Ramona because of the abundance of roof rats that live in Livermore.
Many different critters can end up in your attic or crawlspace, such as mice, squirrels, raccoons, and opossums, but rats tend to be the rodent that nests inside properties and cause the most damage.
The attic insulation acts as the perfect breeding ground for rats, who make their nests in the material. When rats move into the insulation, they gnaw on the fiberglass, leave urine and feces everywhere, and end up dying inside of it.
If you hear scratching in the attic, then technicians will check the area for any of these signs and implement rodent proofing services during the attic cleaning process by sealing up potential entrances in the walls and floor and repairing any roof damage.
Along with the rodent proofing effort, technicians will eradicate all signs of any current rodent infestation and decontaminate the attic entirely so you can feel confident that your property is safe and clean.
Your safety is the top priority to Attic Decontamination Livermore. So, call us as soon as you notice signs of rats or other critters crawling around in your home, and technicians will arrive at your earliest convenience to administer expert rodent control.
Maintaining Your Crawlspace And Attic Insulation For Years To Come
Industry professionals say that insulation should last roughly 20 years, as long as there are no outside influences that damage the material and prevent it from insulating the property.
Unfortunately, it is quite common for unforeseen issues to occur during those 20 years that can render your insulation useless, creating problems that can wind up affecting the whole household.
When the insulation is not working at its maximum potential, it can let hot and cold air escape and cause you to have to run your HVAC system more often and at more extreme temperatures to achieve a comfortable indoor atmosphere.
Technicians will inspect the insulation in both your attic and crawlspace to determine whether or not it needs to be replaced. If you do require new insulation, they will safely remove the old material and install either blown-in or batt, depending on the space.
If you are concerned about the cost to insulate the attic or crawlspace, it is essential to remember that by maintaining the effectiveness of the insulation, your home will not only be more energy efficient, but you will start to receive much lower power bills.
Call Attic Decontamination Livermore if you have any questions regarding the insulation or attic cleaning process and staff members will explain everything to give you the peace of mind you need.
Air ducts get damaged from a number of factors such as age, poor design, and rodent damage.
Damaged duct work or air duct leaks affect the indoor environment in two main ways:
Cold air is lost before it effectively cools the indoor space. This makes your HVAC system work harder, using more energy and driving your utility bills up.