Removing attic insulation is step one in our incorporated attic-cleaning solution. If your attic has old or dirty insulation, it might be time to have it looked at and maybe even replaced. Old attic insulation is often inefficient and could lead to unnecessarily high electricity bills. Dirty attic insulation, on the other hand, could have been the result of pests such as rodents and birds that polluted the insulating material, which can result in an unhealthy home. If either of these scenarios are the situation, it is time to remove insulation from loft spaces to maximize the safety and energy-efficiency of your dwelling.
WE REMOVE BATT INSULATION AND WE REMOVE BLOWN
Our loft insulation removal service entails the usage of a custom-designed, high-powered vacuum, which is connected to a lengthy hose. This way all the debris and dust will be suctioned up safely and economically and collected in a large-volume filter bag, which is specifically designed to gather the insulation material. This material is subsequently placed outside of the house. With this kind of technology, eliminating blown-in insulation is a safer task.
LET THE EXPERTS HANDLE REMOVING ATTIC INSULATION
There are lots of reasons why doing this alone is not a safe option for most homeowners. Problems can occur if you attempt the removal yourself without sufficient protection and expertise. As an example, should pests or rodents have become your own insulation, stirring up dust and fecal matter may lead to contracting potentially fatal diseases. Additionally, not everybody is familiar with the appearance of some potentially dangerous substances that older insulation was made from, for example asbestos and old ceramic products, which can be very dangerous to use without protective gear. Lastly, with blown-in insulating material removal, it is often the case that the insulating material can be larger than the beams on your ceiling, making it tricky to see where you are walking. Although it is tempting to try and eliminate the loose fill or batts yourself, there’s a really real possibility you could end up causing accidental damage such as stepping through your ceiling!