Wildlife Animal In The Attic
The animal has been removed from your attic...but are you finished yet?
Wild animals are destructive and dirty. Common wildlife animals carry ectoparasites, which will seek a new host once the animal has been removed. Bat bugs, mites, ticks, and fleas are a few of the ectoparasites that could be left in your attic. Squirrel in the attic, bats in the attic, racoons in the attic, and rodents are notorious for bringing these pests into your home.
Call today to schedule your thorough inspection and to begin treating for these pests! (608) 879-6214
Wildlife in your attic will use one area as a latrine, resulting in matted attic insulation a reduced "R" value. Animal feces also cause stained ceilings and terrible odors. Critter Control of Madison offers professional attic restoration services to remove soiled insulation and replace it with your choice of product. We can prepare bids with most major insurance companies and get your attic back in shape in no time!
Attic Restoration Process
Each attic restoration project is different depending on the unique problem. Our general steps of restoration include:
Step 1: Remove all existing attic insulation and large feces by hand with protective gloves or an industrial vacuum.
Step 2: If necessary, remove small feces using a HEPA filtered vacuum.
Step 3: Fog the entire room with a disinfectant-virucide-deodorizer.
Step 4: Replace soffit baffles and recessed light covers as necessary.
Step 5: Install new, energy-efficient insulation.
Attic Insulation Services
The correct amount of attic insulation will help reduce your energy bills. Contact Critter Control of Madison to confirm your home has the recommended amount of insulation. Many insulation materials can be difficult to work with. Let the professionals at Critter Control of Madison complete your attic insulation installation and restoration. We will remove the soiled insulation and dispose of it. (608) 879-6214
If you believe you may have vermiculite insulation in your attic, there is a chance it could contain asbestos. Don't disturb it. Only attic insulation contractors certified to handle and remove asbestos should deal with vermiculite insulation.