Wildlife Nesting in Your Attic? Get Them Out!
You've called a professional to remove the wildlife animals from your attic, but your journey to a critter-free home doesn't stop there!
Wildlife animals that have nested in the attic may create serious problems that you are not considering. Many wildlife animals carry ectoparasites, which seek a new host (unfortunately, this is often you!) immediately as soon as the wildlife host has been evicted. Ectoparasites, or parasites that live on the outside of their host, that could be found in your home after a wildlife infestation include mites, ticks, fleas, or bat bugs. Mice in the attic, bats in the ceiling, and raccoons nesting in attics are all infamous for bringing pests into your home. Critter Control of Grand Rapids will inspect your attic and treat the affected area for these pests.
The droppings left behind inside your attic will result in matted, soiled insulation, and a reduced "R" value. "R" value refers to your insulation's resistance to heat flow. The higher the R value, the more effective the insulation — and the most energy savings to your wallet. It's worth investing in the proper amount of insulation in order to have the most efficient attic as possible.
Wildlife droppings inside the attic can also lead to stained ceilings and highly unpleasant odors. Our attic restoration professionals will remove soiled insulation and replace it with your choice of insulation product. We can prepare insurance bids with most major insurance companies and get your attic back into shape in no time!
Attic Cleaning Process
Step 1 – Remove all existing attic insulation and large feces by hand with protective gloves, or with an industrial vacuum.
Step 2 – If necessary, remove the small feces using a HEPA filtered vacuum.
Step 3 – Fog the entire attic with a disinfectant-virucide-deodorizer.
Step 4 – Replace the soffit baffles and recessed light covers as necessary.
Step 5 – Install new, energy-efficient insulation.
Get rid of wildlife droppings and soiled insulation in your attic. Call Critter Control of Grand Rapids today.
Attic Insulation Services
The correct amount of attic insulation will help reduce your energy bills. Contact Critter Control of Grand Rapids to check if your home has the recommended amount of insulation.
Many insulation materials can be difficult to work with. Let the professionals at Critter Control of Grand Rapids complete your attic insulation installation. We will remove attic insulation that has been soiled and damaged by wildlife droppings and dispose of it.
If you believe you may have vermiculite installation in your attic, there is a chance it contains asbestos. Do not disturb it. Only attic insulation contractors certified to handle and remove asbestos should deal with vermiculite insulation.