Pest Control Attic Insulation in NY & VT

Pest Control Attic Insulation is the result of a revolutionary merger of two well-respected technologies—natural cellulose insulation and natural borate pesticides. The fiber insulation is treated with boric acid and other proprietary formulations to produce fire-retardant, environmentally-friendly, thermally superior, sound-deadening insulation with pest-controlling properties.

Pest Control Attic Insulation is U.S. EPA-labeled and  acceptable for use around humans and pets, but deadly to cockroaches, silverfish, ants, termites, and many other crawling insects.

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Installation, R-Value & Cost

Pest control insulation can be used to cap existing insulation in attics, or it can be installed in the attics, walls and crawlspaces of new construction.

Because many homes are under insulated, pest control insulation pays for itself quickly in reduced energy costs. In fact, our pest control insulation has a much higher R-value than fiberglass insulation, and saves homeowners as much as 20-40% on their heating bills, not to mention the cost of furnace maintenance and repairs.

Depending on how inefficient your current insulation is, pest control insulation can pay for itself in under two years, and will continue to save you money for the life of the structure.

Additional Services

We also offer formaldehyde-free fiberglass batt & roll insulation, and can perform attic clean outs. Our technicians will remove worn, wet, moldy or damaged insulation that has become in efficient over time, and can safely trap nuisance wildlife, clean up droppings, and sanitize for pathogens. To prevent mice, squirrels, bats and other wildlife from entering your attic once your insulation is installed, check out Ridge-Guard® roof-top protection.

Request a Quote for Pest Control Insulation in NY & VT

For a FREE, no obligation inspection and estimate for pest control attic insulation, contact us online or give us a call. We can be reached at (518) 886-3692 in New York, or (802) 328-9131 in Vermont.