Repair of Animal Damage In Litchfield, New Haven, Fairfield County CT
So, you removed the animals from the attic, but are you finished yet?
Unfortunately wildlife in your attic can create problems that many homeowners never think of and most can’t imagine. The nesting animals can carry ectoparasites, which after the wildlife (host) is evicted, may move inside the home looking for a new host; that would include you, and your family.
Bat Bugs (similar to bed bugs), mites, ticks and fleas are just some of these parasites of concern.
In addition, we often see attics that are completely contaminated with animal feces from squirrels, raccoons, bats or mice infestations. In many of these cases the feces and urine deposits can create strong odors which can be hazardous and make the home unsafe and unhealthy for humans. More information regarding diseases spread from animal excrement and parasites can be found here: http://www.icwdm.org/
The scent of the previous infestation will also attract new animals looking for a suitable home. We often see attics with no previous animal history, becoming the target of new animal break ins. Nuisance wildlife can be very opportunistic and will look for an easy and safe target.
Let our professionals restore your attic and crawlspaces to their original condition, or better, and install animal barriers to minimize the risk of future infestations. Let us completely and safely remove that soiled insulation and decontaminate your entire attic space. Once damage is repaired, we will replace the insulation with your choice of products.
Some of the most common damage repair services we provide are:
- Ceiling removal and installation
- Gutter removal and replacement
- Ridge vent replacement
- Screen Installations
- Gable vent replacement
- Roof repairs
- Soffit Replacement
- Trim and fascia-board replacement
Once all the contaminated insulation is removed from your attic and the area is sprayed and disinfected, We check for chewed wires, entry and exit points created from the animal infestation, and check all truss and wood structures to make sure they are intact.
When complete, you should have a secure, clean attic that is safe for you and your family.