South Carolina Attic Insulation Replacement
South Carolina Animal Removal and control specializes in animal removal, animal control and damaged attic insulation replacement needed from damage caused by Bats, Mice, Rats, Squirrels, Skunks or any other animal that has found their way into your South Carolina home.
Call for attic insulation replacement in South Carolina. We also remove dead animals, clean up the mess they may have left behind and repair any damage they may have caused.
When animals like bats, raccoons, squirrels, snakes, skunks, and common or flying squirrels get into an attic, they contaminate the insulation with urine, feces, shed fur, parasites and other contaminants.
The heating and air conditioning system then carries the contaminated air throughout your South Carolina home, which can cause severe respiratory problems, such as asthma. Unless removed, these disease-causing contaminants will remain in your home’s insulation forever, creating an potentially unhealthy condition that remains after the animal is gone.
That’s why a complete animal removal attic job includes removing and replacing contaminated insulation. The insulation makes great nesting material for mothers and babies. Our technicians are trained in the removal of contaminated insulation and the installation of a variety of new insulation.
Blown In Fiberglass Loose-Fill
The U.S. Department of Energy states one of the most cost-effective ways to cut heating and cooling costs in South Carolina and to make a home more comfortable is to add more insulation in the attic. The formaldehyde-free blown in fiberglass loose-fill insulation we install will reduce noise and is fire-resistant and noncombustible.
Icynene Insulation is the leading 100% water-blown soft foam insulation and creates a superior air-seal which effectively minimizes air leakage, and delivers advanced moisture control, healthy air, and energy savings of up to 50% for your South Carolina home.
We offer a special animal resistant Insulation which will help prevent an infestation of self-grooming insects such as roaches, ants, earwigs, crickets, beetles, and certain termites where the product is applied.