Attics play a vital role in the condition and integrity of your home. When attics are not properly cleaned, sealed, and insulated, they produce unpleasant aromas, invite pests, and put a strain on your utility expenses.
At Clean Crawls, we offer attic cleaning, attic insulation, and attic pest control services to restore the state of your attic to one that is clean, safe, and energy efficient.
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If your attic is currently suffering from signs of neglect, it may be time for a change. Homeowners that clean out and insulate their home are astounded at the transformation and impact of the renovation on their home.
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What’s wrong with a dirty attic?
A dirty and poorly insulated attic invites mold and pests and allows air to escape out the top of your house, increasing your energy costs.
How does a clean attic benefit my house?
An attic that is clean and has fresh insulation will not attract pests, saves you money on energy bills, and creates a healthier environment for your family.
While it may come as a surprise to you, the fact is that 24% of rodent infestations occur in the attic. When attics are not properly sealed, pests of all kinds can get inside your attic and begin to create nests and cause damage to your house.
If your attic is not properly insulated, your HVAC system will work overtime to keep the inside of your home a comfortable temperature, costing you more money. Insulating your attic will keep the warm air in during the winter, and the cold air in during the summer.
Nasty smells floating down from your attic can be caused by pests, wet insulation, or standing water. Holes in your attic space will let in pests and moisture, so clean and seal them to get rid of the unpleasant smell you’re experiencing.
Attics can have numerous holes, cracks, and gaps in the walls and ceiling that allow dust and rain water to fill the space. Left alone, these conditions produce mold colonies and invite pests to fill your attic. Water in the attic can destroy your insulation, making it impossible for your home to be energy efficient. A thorough attic cleaning by a professional cleaning and insulation service will help to eliminate these problems and restore your attic.
The attic is one of the most important parts of your home to be properly insulated. Without it, vast quantities of expensive energy are permitted to escape through your attic every day. Insulation that is dirty, wet, shredded, or thin is insufficient for properly insulating your attic. Our team at Clean Crawls provides you with professional attic insulation services to restore the air quality and energy efficiency of your attic.
Pests build homes in attics that are unkempt and unfrequented. The attic provides them with easy access to food and moisture. These pests can damage your stored belongings and threaten the integrity of your home. Our pest control services can aid you by exterminating these pests and removing all animal contamination from your attic.
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