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Attic Decontamination Vallejo

Attic Decontamination Vallejo

Attic sanitation is not your typical attic cleaning. Instead, attic sanitation and decontamination involve a thorough cleaning of your attic that could take several days, depending on the extent and severity of the issues. When attic sanitation is necessary, it is usually because harmful toxins like mold, debris, or animal waste are present in your attic. 

After an animal infestation from rodents, raccoons, bats, insects, or other forms of wildlife, the material left behind often contains harmful germs that can make the air in your home unsafe. Your attic may also be full of mildew and moisture, causing fungus and bacteria to spread.  

Attic sanitation from Attic Decontamination Vallejo uses professional-grade disinfectants to kill any bacteria that may be leftover, leaving you with a clean, germ-free attic!

What Causes Musty Odors in My Home?

Have you noticed a musty odor in your home? Or a musty smell coming from your attic? Musty odors are characterized by a damp or wet staleness that lingers for long periods of time. Musty odors and mold can cause allergies and health-related issues.

If you notice a musty odor coming from your attic, there is a good chance the problem is caused by mold.

In San Francisco wet and humid climate, you’ll find mostly two types of mold: Black Mold and Green Mold.

Black Mold

Appears mostly in dark, damp, warm, and humid areas of your home. If your home has a source of moisture, black mold can grow. It’s obvious to spot by the color, but prolonged exposure can cause allergic reactions or health issues. Some people will suffer frequent headaches, rashes, fever, sneezing, coughing, or even chronic fatigue.

Green Mold

Appearing in gray, green, brown, yellow, or gray in color, most homeowners will find green mold growing on and inside walls, carpets, and insulation. Green mold prefers wet places, regardless if it’s warm or cool.

How Attic Decontamination San Francisco Gets Rid Of Mold

Wherever there’s excess moisture, there can be mold spores. Mold spores float in the air, attaching to household dust.

Attic Decontamination Vallejo specializes in finding the source of the mold and removing it from your attic. Removing mold is a task homeowners should never do on their own, as mold can be extremely toxic. Without the right tools and cleaning sprays, you may not fully eliminate the problem and instead push mold spores and particles into the air of your home.

If there is mold in your attic, that means water is somewhere in your attic. When Attic Decontamination Vallejo comes to remove mold, they will dry out your attic, decontaminate and sanitize your attic, and find the source of the mold and eliminate those pesky musty odors for good.

Attic animal infestations are messy and dangerous. Rodents and other animals carry harmful germs and bacteria that could make everyone in the home very ill. Additionally, animals in the attic quickly become a nuisance by chewing holes through just about anything, including electrical wires, insulation, and walls.

The waste left over from animal infestations shouldn’t be removed by the homeowner. Instead, attic sanitation professionals like Attic Decontamination Vallejo should be called in to clean up after an animal infestation. The professionals will decontaminate your attic using germicidal sprays, killing any bacteria and disease-causing pathogens.

Attic sanitation professionals will also remove any animal waste in the attic and close up the entry points to prevent rodents and other animals from returning.


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.

Leaks in the duct work introduce contaminants to the circulating air. This includes mold, dust, mites, pollen, bacteria, asbestos and other allergens.