Meet Isaiah, inspector, foreman, and certified insulation installer. He’ll inspect your home and make a recommendation for getting it clean, fresh, and well insulated.
Before & after: Seattle attics & crawlspaces
Can you clean my insulation instead of replacing it?
Sometimes. If your home is well insulated and we can access all the droppings, it’s possible to refresh and sanitize your existing insulation. Isaiah will determine if that’s an option during his inspection.
How do you sanitize after rodent damage?
Removing droppings and nesting materials is ideal but not always possible if the nest is inside a wall. For anything left over we use a microbial biosanitation process with an industrial fogger. The product contains live enzymes that consume the bacteria and leave behind water and Co2.
How much do your services cost?
Prices vary widely depending on the level of rodent infestation, ease of access to the work area, size of the home, and the condition of the insulation. Ball park estimates would be:
- $500 to $1,500 for removing droppings, sanitizing, and removing/tidying damaged sections of insulation.
- $3,000 to $7,500 to remove old insulation, vacuum, sanitize, reinsulate with new material, and install a new vapor barrier (crawlspaces only).
How long does the work take? Do I need to be home?
The inspection typically takes 30 – 60 minutes and we ask that you are home to make sure we understand what you’re looking for and that we have access to all the areas we might need to see.
The work itself takes between one and three days depending on the scope of the project. Some people choose to be home while we work and others leave. It’s up to you.
What type of insulation do you offer?
We offer fiberglass insulation since we find it to be the best combination of value, recycled materials, and fire resistance. If you’d like a different materials we may be able to custom order it for you. Note that we do not offer spray foam insulation.
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Will you reinsulate my crawlspace?
Dirt crawl spaces are almost always vulnerable to rats tunneling back in. We’ll vacuum droppings, sanitize/deodorize, replace the vapor barrier, and remove the insulation. We typically don’t recommend reinsulating your crawl space unless you install a permanent rodent barrier like a rat slab or a trench and screen.
Do you warranty your work?
Yes. All insulation and crawlspace work automatically includes a 1 year workmanship warranty. In some cases we will expand this warranty.