Los Angeles Attic Cleanout
When was the last time you went into your attic? If you are like most people in the Brea area you only go into your attic a few times a year to retrieve holiday decorations or items in storage. Infrequent visits to your attic can allow animal infestation to take place. It could take weeks or even months before you realize you’re housing unwelcome tenants. Perhaps you’ve been lying in bed at night listening to the scurrying of tiny feet on your ceiling. If so, you may have a serious problem.
What are the most common attic pests and why are they harmful?
Mice, squirrels, and raccoons are the most common attic invaders in the Brea area. Once they enter your attic, they can pose a dangerous health risk to you and your family since they have the potential to carry a number of diseases including Salmonella, Hantavirus, tapeworms, rat-bite fever, and infective jaundice. Not only do they carry disease, but these pests can also cause structural damage. In attempts to gain access to water, they will gnaw through plumbing pipes, wood, aluminum, sheet rock, and even electrical wires.
Why do pests love my attic?
Brea attics are an ideal environment for these pests for the same reasons they are not an ideal environment for you or I. They like tight spaces to build nests and there is very little human intrusion. These pests are more likely to enter your attic in the colder months as they are seeking shelter, food, and warmth.
Can your company safely rid my attic of animals?
Yes, in fact, we feel it is our duty to safely and humanely remove animals from your Brea home or business. Our team uses a variety of effective exclusion and deterrent techniques to rid your attic of pests since some species of bats and birds in the Brea area are on the endangered species list.
Does your company replace insulation?
Yes. We are certified installers of a revolutionary green insulation, which is made from recycled paper and incorporates a borate-based pest control solution. Not only does this form of insulation outperform traditional insulation in terms of R-value, but it also controls pests such as ants, termites, and cockroaches.