Did you know that replacing the insulation in your attic can actually improve the energy efficiency of your business? The federal government routinely publishes information on the optimal type of insulation for homes and businesses, and Trapping USA will ensure these standards are used during the insulation process.
When we replace the insulation in your attic, we use fiberglass, cellulose, or batted insulation. The type we use will depend on the needs of the space in which we are to replace the insulation. When you work with us, we’ll give you a plan and recommendation on the optimal method for replacement, and we won’t begin work until you’re satisfied with the plan and give us the go-ahead.
We are knowledgeable on all types of insulation products, as well as how different types of insulation are appropriate for different environments. For example, fiberglass is a very common type of insulation used in buildings today, and we may recommend fiberglass if you wish to reduce the flammability of your attic.
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Asbestos Warning and Insulation Repair or Removal
Do you have vermiculite insulation in your attic? It’s possible that the insulation could contain asbestos. It’s essential that you don’t disturb the insulation if you’re at all unsure of asbestos; it’s important to allow a professional to handle the restoration and repair of your insulation when you suspect asbestos is present.
It’s doubly important to make sure you don’t try to mess with the insulation if you’re dealing with what might be asbestos, as well as the remnants of an animal infestation. The best course of action is to allow the professionals at Trapping USA to conduct an inspection and decide the best course of action for repairing or replacing your insulation.
Repairing Your Attic After an Intrusion of Wildlife or Rodents
Removing invading wildlife is only the first step in returning your property to its original state. Not only may we need to seal and correct problems around your buildings, but we may also need to replace the insulation in the attic or in other areas of your buildings. Rodents are particularly destructive in their ability to leave behind urine and feces, as well as in their habit of destroying insulation.
The walls of your retail store, as well as the attic of your office building, are prime areas where rodents may take up residence. If you don’t notice the infestation quickly and the rodents are allowed to thrive within the insulation for many weeks or months, the area could become completely destroyed and require extensive repair.
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