Attic Restoration Tips And Tricks — Hometown Station | KHTS FM 98.1 & AM 1220 — Santa Clarita Radio

If you recently had a pest problem in your home, there are a few steps that need to be taken very soon after the animals are removed. One of the biggest and most important steps you can take is to have a pest control company do their attic restoration service for you. If this sounds like something that you can address, it is a good idea to educate yourself about various dangers and issues you may encounter. If you are looking to restore your attic, keep reading this article as it has some general tips and tricks to get your attic back to great condition!

Animal damage inspection

One of the first steps you might want to take is to examine your attic and make sure that all pest animals are outside of your attic. A common problem is with raccoons in your attic. You should learn what to do if you find raccoons in your attic and move on to removing them. When they are removed, some of the young raccoons are often left in the attic as they are hidden in the insulation. If you come across baby raccoons, it is important to exercise caution and carefully remove them. The same process applies to any other pest animal you may have. Be careful and remove them ASAP so they don’t cause further damage.

Eliminate animal waste

One of the worst problems you can have with your attic after the animals are removed is the trash the animals left behind. Pests from pests are filled with many nasty diseases that can cause serious health problems and harm to you, your family, and possibly your pets. This is why it is so important that you learn how to properly clean up animal waste. One of the best ways to ensure that every square inch of your attic is free of feces is to have your attic decontaminated by a professional wildlife removal service. If you choose to do the DIY, you should be prepared to spend a fair bit of loose change on getting the right protective gear and disinfectant. Once this is done, you can be sure that your attic is not making your family sick.

Fix it

One of the most important steps you can take when there are no more animals in your attic is to mend the attic. Nothing is worse than spending a lot of time and money removing pests only to bring them back to your attic. When it comes to attics there are many places to look out for and one of the most important is your roof. Since bats and rodents can squeeze under loose shingles, it is very important that you take your roof seriously. Consider hiring a roofing company to inspect your roof as they can find gaps or holes that allow pests to gain access. In addition, repairing your roof will make your home more energy efficient and save you money. Another important solution is to swap out any siding or boards that allow pests access and make sure there aren’t even the smallest gaps or holes.


Virtually any annoying animal will devastate your insulation. Smashing, tearing up, urinating, and defecating are all actions pests take if they live in your attic. Since each of these problems lowers the insulation value of your attic, it costs a lot of money every year as you have to use more energy to heat and cool your home. Have a local attic restoration company rip out your old insulation and put in new insulation as this can save you thousands of dollars in the long run. If you’d rather do it yourself, be prepared to get dirty. Buy the right protective equipment and be ready to remove uncomfortable insulation. Take extra care when installing the new insulation as sealing each area will save you a lot of money on your electricity bill.

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