Ask Me Anything: 10 Answers to Your Questions About Crawl Space Cleaning

Question and Answers

The crawl spaces of the home are easy to neglect, but that doesn’t mean that they should be. If you don’t spend the time or effort on proper crawl space cleaning, it can lead to a whole host of issues that are bad. Not just for the home but for the health of the family, as well. Here, we’re going to look at some of the most common questions about crawl space cleaning so you can get on with it.

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Why do I have a crawl space?

Crawl spaces might seem like more of a nuisance than anything, but they play a vital role in the home, so having one is recommended. They house important systems like plumbing, heating, and wiring parts, making them easy to access while providing superior ventilation throughout the home.

Why should I clean my crawl space?

Your crawl space can become dirty or otherwise unhealthy over time. Common dust and debris carried through the ventilation system is one thing. The HVAC systems of the home and the plumbing can also cause moisture, which can lead to damp and mold if left unchecked. Lastly, pests such as mice and rats can leave dander, urine, and droppings that need to be cleaned as soon as possible.

Can the air from my crawl space get in my home?

It might seem like a separate part of the home but the air from the crawl space makes up to 40% of the air in the home by seeping through the floors and air and heating ducts.

What are the risks if I don’t clean my crawl space?

Because air from air ducts circulates into the home, any contaminants could be breathed in by you and your family. Pest droppings and hair can transmit disease. Meanwhile, mold spores and dust can cause or exacerbate respiratory issues like asthma. Spreading mold and damp can do severe long-term damage to both the home and your furniture, too.

What do I do if I spot signs of rodents in my crawl space?

If there are any signs of pests such as mice and rats, whether it’s nesting material, droppings, hair, urine, or otherwise. Cleaning the crawl space is important but you should also ensure that you look at hiring a pest control specialist to get rid of them.

Why is having a wet crawl space bad?

Moisture shouldn’t be allowed to accumulate anywhere in the home. As mentioned, mold and damp can spread through the home and standing water or damp air in the crawl space allows them to flourish. Besides that, moisture causes wood rot, which creates the perfect conditions for rodents and other pests such as ants.

How does water or moisture get in the crawl space?

Water and moisture can infiltrate the crawl space in a variety of ways. Cracks in the foundation, house walls, and crawl space walls are the most common entry point, allowing rainwater to slowly seep in. Improper ventilation and poor drainage systems can also lead to water getting into it.

Will vents keep my crawl space dry?

Vents are not enough to keep your crawl space dry if you are having problems with water and moisture. They help, but it’s important to have a crawl space contractor inspect it thoroughly to recommend the right course of action.

How can I measure humidity in my crawl space and how do I know it’s bad?

Humidity is a problem, but it can be hard to detect whether or not the crawl space is at a dangerous humidity level. Installing a hygrometer can help you measure the percentage of humidity. If it’s at 70% or above, it’s time for a crawl space cleaning, ventilate it, and to install a vapor barrier.

How do I know I have a crawl space contractor I can trust?

For crawl spaces that are in especially bad health, turning to a contractor for help is a good idea. It can be a lot to handle alone. To make sure your contractor knows what they are doing and can be trusted.  Ensure that they are licensed and insured, first and foremost. Use locally based companies instead of traveling contractors, as they are easier to hold accountable if something goes wrong. Don’t forget to look up their ratings online, either.

Have any questions that we haven’t covered here? Perhaps you want to make sure your crawl spaces are as clean and healthy as possible. Either way, get in touch with RGS Crawl Space Insulation to make sure your crawl space has a comprehensive evaluation. If there are any issues, we can let you know about them without delay.

Looking for an Insulation Contractor?

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With winter upon us soon, it’s about time that we started to look for an insulation contractor to repair or install home insulation to keep us warm during the colder season. However, hiring a contractor isn’t as simple as just making a phone call and expecting someone professional to come around. It does take a lot of research and you’ll want to prepare ahead of time by doing your research.

1. The contractor vetting process

It’s important to ask a lot of questions if you’re going to be hiring an insulation contractor. You should be asking them things about their experience, how long they’ve been in the business and so on. For your specific task, you’ll want to ask them what experience they’ve had in that area of insulation installation. For example, if they’re used to working in crawl spaces, exterior walls or if they specialize in roof insulation. There are many places that insulation can be installed in, so it’s sometimes a good idea to ask your insulation contractor where they usually install it.

You should also ask them what materials they’re used to working with. For instance, working with brick is a lot different to vinyl siding and the process involved to add the insulation is completely different.

2. Is the contractor licensed?

One of the most important things is to ensure that your contractor is actually licensed. This means asking them for proof that they have the right certifications to do the job and to also ensure that they are legally able to carry out an insulation installation. Many contractors you find will lie about their certifications and they’re the ones that you want to avoid. They’ll end up costing you more money and could even damage your home with a poor job.

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Avoid any cheap services and always go for the insured and licensed insulation contractors that are available. While you do have to pay more, it’s well worth the added cost.

3. Does your contractor offer a warranty?

It’s also important to see if your insulation contractor offers a warranty. The last thing you want is for the insulation to fail over time. Accidents will happen and liability insurance means that you’re protected from those concerns. If your property is damaged then a warranty will ensure that you get it fixed and repaired as quickly as possible.

Insulation contractors have an obligation to deliver the highest level of customer service they can, and this means offering a lifetime warranty as a standard. If the contractor you’re speaking with doesn’t offer this, then you should avoid them at all costs.

4. Does your contractor know about the products they use?

Do a little bit of research into the most common materials used for insulation and ask your insulation contractor about them. If they’ve got no clue about the differences between materials or a closed cell and open cell spray foam insulation, then they’re not qualified to install your insulation and you’d be better off hiring a different contractor. Some shady insulation contractors will always “recommend” products that are expensive so they receive the highest profit margins, but you need to be on the lookout for honest contractors that will give you the choices and only have their recommendation as general advice.

An insulation contractor that doesn’t know about the products they use is either a con artist looking to sell you an expensive product that you don’t need or someone that isn’t qualified to install your insulation for you.

5. Ask how experienced the insulation contractor is

Sit down with the contractor or speak to them over the phone and ask them how long they’ve been in the business. Many companies will say that they’ve been in the business for decades, but a quick Google search should reveal just how long the company has really been active. Contractors will occasionally lie about their experience just to show that they’re reliable, but what’s reliable isn’t their word–it’s the work they’ve done. You have every right to ask them for a portfolio or information about completed jobs to show that they’re capable of doing what they say they can. If their website or store doesn’t have pictures of previous jobs, then it’s probably best to avoid them and look for a more experienced contractor.

If you can’t find a contractor that is willing to show you their past work, then there’s a good chance they’re either not proud of their work or they simply don’t have the experience. Although it’s perfectly acceptable to rely on a service that admits they don’t have much experience in the field, you’re usually better off paying more for a guaranteed quality of service.

6. RGS Crawl Space Insulation

The last point we want to make is that we, RGS Crawl Space Insulation is the contractor for you. We follow all the points above and offer a free inspection of your crawl space or attic to make sure we will solve your insulation needs. Contact us today or book your free evaluation today.

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How We Clean Insulation out of an Attic

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Blown-in insulation, sometimes known as loose-fill insulation, is a popular form of insulation for your attic.   Offering  a lower cost, better energy efficiency and noise-muffling properties than regular insulation.  However, if you’re looking to clean the insulation from  your attic,  it can be a huge pain.  RGS Crawl Space Insulation will clean out blown-in insulation from your attic. In this article, we’re going to explain our process and how we make it happen.

Preparation is Key

First, we make certain that the right measures and safety steps are taken before we do anything in your attic.  If RGS Crawl Space Insulation did not install your insulation,  safety checks will ensure that the insulation does not contain any traces of asbestos. This is especially important when your home is over 50 years old. It’s important that you personally do not check or disrupt your insulation because when there is asbestos, it could put your life in danger when you’re unprepared. If asbestos is present,  we take the proper safety measures necessary to ensure  safe removal of the insulation.

Mold and Contamination

We’ll also make sure to check for any signs of mold or rodents. Mold typically forms when there is a leak or excess moisture in your attic. In addition, your insulation may also be contaminated with urine, droppings or the carcasses of dead rodents. This is why it is important to prepare before removing your insulation. We understand just how dangerous it can be to remove blown-in insulation without any idea of what could be in your attic, so we take appropriate measures to protect our contractors and your home.

Should you have concerns regarding your attic space. It’s crucial that you do not disturb the insulation or attempt to remove it on your own. Our experts will take care of the entire process. With large or unstable attics,  we may  install large planks across joints in order to maneuver around your attic safely. These will be removed at the end of the cleaning process. 

Preparation is key in the removal process. The safer we keep our staff, the faster and better the results. Be it wearing the right safety equipment, scanning for asbestos or even watching out for rodent infestations, our team will take every safety measure to ensure an efficient and effective removal of your blown-in insulation.

Professional Equipment

Our experts are equipped with high-powered professional equipment that can get the job done in record time. A primary tool we will be using is an industrial-strength filtered vacuum to clean up all of the loose insulation. This is  routed to bags that we’ll dispose of properly,  as they fill up. The hose will typically be routed outside, rather than being kept in your attic or home.  

The industrial-strength vacuum allows effective and efficient clean-up.  Since the insulation is routed directly into trash bags, it speeds up the removal process and there’s less time spent clearing out the insulation. This results in a fast removal process with no risk to you or our contractors. 

A Clean Attic is a Good Attic

Our contractors will work their way through your attic, focusing on clearing up any loose bits of insulation. We may need to loosen the insulation if it is stuck or old. We make sure to clean up any bits that may be clinging onto joints or stuck in small nooks around your attic. If needed, we use a smaller vacuum or a brush to complete the clean out.  

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This is what your attic should look like. If it does not look like this. Please contact us for a free Evaluation.

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RGS Crawl Space Insulation understands just how time-consuming a job like this can be, but with our years of experience and skill, we can clean your blown-in insulation in record time. Thanks to our well-trained contractors and specialized equipment, we’ve got it covered.

Contact us today and speak to one of our friendly staff members who will be more than happy to assist you and set up an appointment. 

7 Reasons Why Your Crawl Space Needs A Vapor Barrier

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If you don’t currently have a vapor barrier in your crawl space. Your home may be at risk. If you’ve recently moved, you’re renovating or building a new house, or you’re working on a list of maintenance jobs to protect and shield your home, why not consider adding a vapor barrier? Here are 7 good reasons why your crawl space would benefit from a vapor barrier.

Vapor Barrier in a crawl space

A vapor barrier is designed to prevent moisture from evaporating and then permeating the air beneath the building. Installing a vapor barrier offers several benefits for homeowners, including:

1. Reduced risk of damp

Damp can be a major problem for homeowners. If moisture seeps into the air from the crawl space, this can cause spots of mold and mildew to develop, affecting the quality of the air and potentially exacerbating symptoms of respiratory illnesses. As well as contributing to health problems, damp can also cause extensive damage to the structure of the building, and if left untreated, it can be costly to remedy.

2. Saving energy and spending less

Are you too hot or too cold? This could have a knock-on effect on your household bills.  When your home feels like a furnace, you’re going to switch up the AC units and run them for longer. If it’s freezing, and you can’t get warm, you’re probably going to put the heating on. If you can’t get the temperature right without turning to central heating or air conditioning, this may result in higher bills. Adding a vapor barrier will not only make you feel more comfortable. It could also save you a substantial amount of money.

3. Vapor barrier can control the temperature in your home

Many of us are happiest and most comfortable when at home. If you’re relaxing or spending time with the family, you don’t want to be worrying about feeling too hot or too cold. Getting the temperature just right is essential for creating the optimum living environment. Moisture can impact the temperature of your home by altering the humidity. This means that your home may feel too hot or too cold. By having a vapor barrier in the crawl space. You can ensure that your home is cozy in the winter and cool in the summer.

4. Lowered risk of electrical and wiring hazards

Moisture and wires don’t mix. If electrical systems are exposed to excess moisture, this can lead to the development of rusty wires, circuits can cut out, and in extreme cases, fires can break out. Installing a vapor barrier can increase safety and lower the risk of electrical hazards, giving you and your family peace of mind.

5. Pipe preservation and maintenance

It’s very common for pipes to be found in the crawl space. If the area is moist, this can contribute to erosion of pipework. If pipes are damaged or worn, this can affect water and sewage systems and increase the chances of having to pay out for repairs.

6. Preventing structural damage

Excess moisture in the crawl space can have wide-ranging implications for your home. Moisture in the air can cause wood to rot, which may impact the stability and strength of joists and supports. It’s particularly beneficial to consider adding a vapor barrier if you live in an area that gets a lot of rain. This can help to lower repair bills and reduce the risk of extensive damage.

7. Adding value to your home

Think of yourself as a home buyer for a moment. And you are  viewing a house, how would you feel if you could smell damp, spot patches of mold or mildew or see rotten wood? There’s every chance that these red flags would put you off. Installing a vapor barrier can help to add value to your home by lowering the risk of mold infestation, improving energy efficiency and preserving the structure of the building. If you’re trying to sell your home or you’re planning for the future, it’s crucial to protect and enhance your investment as best you can, and a vapor barrier is an effective means of preventing issues that could decrease its value.

If you don’t already have a vapor barrier in your crawl space, or you think your existing barrier may need replacing, it’s a good idea to consider installing a new barrier. It’s essential that your vapor barrier is in good working order to prevent moisture and vapor from leaching into the home. If the barrier has failed over time, or it has become contaminated by unwanted visitors, RGS Crawl Space Insulation can replace or remove the barrier and fit a new one. Contact RGS Crawl Space Insulation to arrange a free inspection at a time that is convenient for you.

5 Tools Everyone in the Home Inspector Industry Should Be Using

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As a home inspector, it’s vital to have the right kit with you whenever you are on a job. Regardless of the changes to housing laws and state regulations for buildings, the tools of your trade are critical. Below are five of the essential tools that you should have to ensure you do your work safely, accurately, and efficiently.

 

Flashlights for home inspector

Lighting

Flashlights are essential for home inspectors so that you can peer into the dark, unlit corners, nooks and crannies that exist in every building. A headlamp is thoroughly recommended, too. You will be doing a lot of climbing ladders, and that extra hand could be put to better work to ensure you climb safely and have free hands for things like attic inspections. A flashlight is also incredibly handy for lighting up a dark room when you are taking pictures. The camera flash is OK, but it can sometimes impact on the quality of your final shot – a flash light will help you highlight the problem area or damage and ensure the photo is nice and visible.

RGS Crawl Space Insulation

RGS Crawl Space Insulation is one of the best tools for a home inspector on the market today. There are plenty of reasons why this is the case. First, the chances are that when you go into any home, there is a very good chance you will find unhealthy or damaged insulation in its attic or crawl space. It’s a common issue and you must be prepared. Your clients will be appreciative, too, as you will be able to inform them about who could fix the crawl space or attic. Plus, of course, it gives you, the inspector, one more resource to offer to your clients to help them through the whole process. If customer service is important to your image – as it should be – it’s giving your client some extra help like this that can help you get referrals and loyal customers.

Pin-probe Moisture Meter

One of the most common problems you need to watch out for as a home inspector is moisture. One of the best tools at your disposal to deal with this part of the job is a pin-Probe moisture meter. These clever tools will make your work so much easier, and, in our opinion, are better than the scanning meter alternatives. There are a few good reasons why. First, you can find them built to a tiny and highly portable design, and because they are so small and slim, they are easy to carry and slip out of your pouch as and when you need them. The best pin-probe meters are highly responsive and give you instant feedback, and if you take some time to do your research, you can find a meter that offers strength and durability. It’s also worth bearing in mind that you get what you pay for. But given that this little tool will be used so much, and will last such a long time, it won’t be long until you make your money back on your investment.

Folding/Telescopic ladder

As a home inspector, you will need to do a lot of climbing – possibly into attic spaces and beyond, but also so you can inspect potential problems in high ceilings. The beauty of telescopic combination ladders is that they are easy to carry around and break out on the fly. Essentially, it could be a 2-foot step ladder for smaller heights, but also a 6-foot frame ladder to access stair-free attics. They close to a very tiny scale, too so you won’t have to worry about hauling heavy, bulky equipment or damaging your client’s property.

Infrared Thermal Imaging Device

If you want to take your home inspection job to the next level, infrared thermal imaging is where it is at. Not only will it help you be more accurate with your work, but it will also save you bucket loads of time. Sure, infrared cameras aren’t cheap, but a good one will last you for a decade or two – and they are well worth the investment. Can’t quite stretch to a couple of thousand dollars for a good camera? If so, why not get infrared for your current mobile device? With a simple thermal imaging device paired with your phone’s camera, you can save hundreds – maybe thousands – of dollars.

A Message to the Home Inspector

There are, of course, hundreds of different tools you can use for a home inspection. However, the list above will give you the vast majority of things you need to succeed in your role. Have we missed any? Why not let us know?

What Does Insulation Do For Your Home In The Summer?

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“Prepare for winter!” the advertising and advice columns shout. “Insulate your home! Check your existing insulation! This is essential if you’re going to be prepared for winter!”

It happens every year and, for many of us, it cements a connection in our mind:

  • Insulation is related to winter.
  • Insulation means keeping your house warm.

As a result of the above, it naturally follows to assume that insulating your home is only beneficial during the winter months.

For many people, this gives us pause. Is it really worth focusing on insulating our homes, when that insulation is going to be largely useless during the warmer months of the year? After all, if insulation is most useful in winter, does it not naturally follow that it’s not useful in winter’s opposite season— summer?

It’s tempting to think that the above is true, but here’s the reality: insulation is a year-round friend of your home. It has just as much to offer in the summer months as it does in the winter.

What is insulation?

To explain how insulating your home is beneficial in both summer and winter, we need to look a little deeper into what insulation is and how it works.

The majority of insulation used in modern homes is known  as “bulk insulation”. This insulation is usually made from bulky materials such as wool, foil, or fiberglass. These materials tend to be very light, as it’s not actually their weight that is required to insulate a home.

How does it work?

Bulk materials like wood and fiberglass trap air bubbles within them. This is vital, as air itself is one of the best insulators you can find. When air is trapped against the roof or walls of a building, a fantastic insulating effect is achieved. This air creates a barrier, which prevents outside air from penetrating into a building.

So, in winter, the colder outside air is unable to cross the barrier created by the insulation. As a result, the heat transfer is stopped, and you’re able to ensure that your home is toasty warm all winter long.

How does this work in summer?

Again, the key factor is the barrier that is created by the trapped air. In summer, the air is very warm. Without insulation, this warm air would cross into your home and make it unpleasantly hot inside.

With insulation, the opposite happens: that air barrier does its work and ensures that the hot air stays outside. As a result, your home stays cool through the summer.

What about foil insulation?

Foil is often used in conjunction with wood and fiberglass. Its purpose is to reflect heat back to its source. This means that in summer, foil prevents infrared rays from entering your home. In winter, foil helps to prevent heat from leaving your home. So whatever type of insulation you have, you can be sure of benefits throughout the year.

Improving your insulation for the warmer months

Until this point, your main focus regarding your insulation would have been to make the most of the installation during winter. However, now that you know that insulation is hugely beneficial during summer also. Capitalise on this by enhancing the cooling effect your insulation offers with a few simple tweaks:

  • Check your insulation is in good condition. To perform to the best of its abilities, your insulation needs to be in good condition and securely attached. As you would in winter, make sure you check on it, and ensure it is looking strong and ready to perform the vital task of keeping your home cool.
  • Open your windows at night. Temperatures drop at night, so open your windows and let the cooler air circulate through your home. Of course, make sure you do this safely; for example, you may want to close the windows on the ground floor before you head to bed for the evening.
  • Make sure the insulation can do its job. It will protect your home from the worst of the summer heat, but it’s important to give it a helping hand. It’s not just air that has the ability to heat your home. Direct sunlight will also contribute, so draw curtains or use thermal blinds to diminish this impact. You take care of the sunlight, and your insulation will take care of the too-warm air.

In conclusion

Insulation is a vital component of your house throughout the year. You’ll be able to enjoy a warm, cozy winter thanks to your insulation, while also ensuring you stay as cool as a cucumber through the hotter months. Contact us to schedule a free inspection of you attic and crawl space to make sure you stay cool in the summer. Enjoy!

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What is a Crawl Space and Why Should it be Clean?

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A crawl space is something unique that only a homeowner could understand. For instance, you usually won’t see crawl spaces in apartments and if you’re moving from an apartment into a house, then you might find it a strange concept to understand. Even if you have lived in a house for a while, you might be wondering what the crawl space is for, if you need to take care of it and why you would bother even using it in the first place.
 
 

What is a crawl space for?

As the name implies, a crawlspace is a part of the home that you can crawl through. It’s not large enough to put furniture in, but it’s big enough for storage purpose and, well, crawling. They’re usually around two to three feet tall and the surface beneath is often bare. They’re typically built when homes lack a basement and some older buildings may even have crawl spaces between walls.

The main point of a crawlspace is to help air circulation and also gives easy access to utilities such as gas and plumbing. For instance, if you ever need to do some electrical wiring, then accessing a crawl space is incredibly handy since it allows you to get into the “guts” of your home in order to tinker.

So now that you have a general understanding of what a crawlspace is, why would you ever need to clean it? Well, there are several reasons, and here are a couple of questions that you should be asking yourself when it comes to your crawlspace.

Is it difficult to get into my crawl space?

If you’ve ever wanted to get into the guts of your home to perform some maintenance or even use it as storage, then you’re going to want easy access to your crawl space to make things easier. However, if it’s difficult because there is waste, pests or just general mess in your crawlspace, then it can be incredibly difficult to utilize it effectively. If you plan to make use of your crawl space, then it’s best to get it cleaned.

Have I noticed pests creeping into my home recently?

Noticed rodents scurrying around your home? Are ants and other insects starting to get on your nerves? Then your crawl space might be infested and it’s best to deal with it as soon as possible. Not only can these pests invade your home by using your crawl space, but they could potentially damage your electrical wiring and cause major problems with the structural foundation. If you’ve been noticing pests, then a crawl space clean will be able to solve the issue.
 
 
House with Crawl Space Cleaning

Has the quality of the air in my home been getting worse?

Most people don’t realize that a large amount of air from your home comes from the crawl space. If the quality of air in the crawlspace is bad, then it can actually start to affect the quality of air in the rest of your home. Crawl spaces can suffer from moisture problems and this can create lots of mold and mildew. This can negatively affect the air in your home and cause problems with asthma sufferers or effect those with poor immune systems. This can also get into your air conditioning or heating systems and the problem will be amplified. If you’re worried about the quality of air in your home, then make sure you clean your crawl space.

Will I be staying in my current home for a long time?

If you’re going to be living in your current home for a long time then you’ll want to clear out your crawl space to protect your home from future damage, maintenance problems and other complications. Dealing with the issue now by cleaning your crawl space is a much more economical solution than paying for repairs later in the future.

Have my energy bills been increasing?

As mentioned before, your crawl space is a major source of air that enters your home. As a result, it can also be a major problem when it comes to losing heat in the winter. If you’re finding it more and more expensive to keep your home warm during colder seasons, then it might be because you’re losing much of the heat to your crawl space. By clearing out your crawl space, you can prepare it for future encapsulation to prevent further heat loss.

If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions or have further concerns, then it may be best to consult a professional to help you examine and clean your crawl space.

What is a Crawl Space & Attic Evaluation?

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Schedule a free evaluation of your home’s crawl space and attic today. It is easy and you can securely schedule us at any time with our new online scheduling software or call us today.

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What is a crawl space and attic evaluation? 

We get this question a lot so we want to answer it on our new blog.  The crawl space and attic evaluation is the first step in understanding the needs of your home. These spaces are important for your health and your pocket book. Insulation serves as a barrier to keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Over time the insulation can break down or become damaged causing an increase of energy cost and an unhealthy home.

It is not uncommon in the northwest for rodents to find their way in to your attic or crawl space. The type of damage rodents cause create a health hazard and generally an unpleasant experience.  

The entire evaluation can take up to thirty minutes to an hour. During that time we will complete the following:

  • Inspect the quality of the insulation
  • Inspect vapor barrier condition.
  • Inspect duct work insulation
  • Inspect water pipe insulation
  • Inspect Attic baffles
  • Inspect blown in insulation level 

We may make other necessary recommendations to make sure your attic and  crawl space are up to par. Once we complete the measurements and inspection. We will put together an estimate for repairs. There is no obligation to purchase our services once we complete the evaluation. Feel free to contact us with any additional questions you may have.
 

 
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This is what people tell us.

 

“RGS impressed us from the beginning with their quick response and professionalism. They went above and beyond to schedule our job quickly to meet a building Inspection for our home sale. When their crew arrived, they were friendly, professional, and had our project completed on time at a reasonable cost. They left everything spotless. We will highly recommend them to family and friends. Thank you, RGS!”
-Diane Smith

“Israel and his crewmen performed a very Clean, on time and very well priced job at our house. They arrived on time, even though we have given them a very short notice. The removal, clean up and Installation of new Insulation and Vapor Barrier has been done with professionalism and punctually. Very good service overall and very much appreciated by us. Thank you and we will recommend you to all our friends and family.”
– Cristina and Doug on Cypress street | Mt. Vernon, WA

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