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We offer a full restoration service to give you complete peace-of-mind in your home’s energy efficiency. We tear out what’s old, inspect and sterilize what’s left, and insulate your space using the best materials on the market. Here’s the breakdown of our process.
We take out the old and replace it with new. Before we do anything, we remove all old insulation, any animal droppings, as well as debris until we’re left with the original bare decking of your attic. Our technicians use an 8-inch diameter industrial vacuum that'll pick up all debris. Our technicians come into the home wearing hazmat suits, gloves, and respirators to keep them safe.
It's not often that your attic is stripped down to its bare decking. We take this opportunity to give a full inspection of the attic interior. Our technicians take a look at the wiring, ducting, piping, and even the sheetrock to confirm that it's all in good order. Any damage to ducting, piping, and sheetrock can be repaired as-needed by our crew. We mark any electrical damage with a ribbon, which makes it easy for a certified electrician to repair at a later time.
Rodents love attics. Part of our full restoration is ensuring that anything previous rodents have left behind is completely eliminated. The fogging we use is an industrial-strength sanitizer that will easily eliminate all pheromones, micro-bacteria, and all biological markers left by rodents. Biological scent markers are what rodents use to find their way back into your attic. Without these markers, your attic is essentially off of their map. Our sanitizing fog will also kill fleas, ticks, and rat mites that rodents leave behind. This fog does it all—it also kills mold and mildew spores. Mold and mildew grow wherever there’s moisture. Even an attic without a rodent problem will benefit from fogging, as it more than likely has mold and mildew somewhere.
Before we spray blow-in insulation we need to ensure that the attic is ready for the application. We prepare an attic in 3 stages.
Last but not least, with your attic fully cleaned, inspected, and prepped, we install our blow-in insulation. We use 13 inches of Owens Corning fiberglass insulation. Owens Corning is the largest and most trusted brand in the industry, with top-of-the line products at affordable prices.
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When it comes to insulation, we can do it all for you. We offer insulation removal, installation, top-offs, and even our custom full restoration service. It doesn’t matter what you do with the rest of your home—if your attic insulation is lacking, you’re going to feel it in your wallet. Having a poorly insulated attic is like walking outside in below zero weather without a hat.
Your attic air needs to move. Even in early summer, your attic will reach stifling temperatures. Attic fans exhaust hot air and lower the temperature, which makes your air conditioner work less. Best yet, our fans are completely powered by solar energy so they don't make a dent in your electric bill. Just one fan will be enough for 2,800 square feet of attic space
Radiant barriers act as a spacer between the exterior of your roof and the inside of your attic. They're made of reflective material and are placed along the tops of the joists of your roof. The material is constructed to reflect the heat of the sun and keep it at the roof-level so it never enters your attic.
Ducting gets old. Sometimes it's made of cheap material or even improperly installed. Whatever the case, after some time your original ductwork can breakdown, or if the installers were cheap, have little or no insulation around it. As air-conditioned air passes through old ductwork some of that cold air can escape into your attic before it travels to where it matters. Replacing, repairing, and inspecting ductwork is one of the easiest ways to reduce your utility bills and keep your air conditioning unit from overworking.