Crawlspace & Basement Cleanup

Master Attics professional Crawlspace & Basement Cleanup service helps homeowners maintain a clean and safe Crawlspace & Basement environment. Our teams of experts are trained to clean and sanitize crawlspaces and basements properly by removing debris, old insulation, and other unwanted materials.

We use safety equipment and techniques to ensure a thorough and effective crawlspace cleaning. Trust us to take care of all your Crawlspace & Basement Cleanup needs so that you can enjoy a healthy environment and peace of mind.

 

A Team With A Track Record Of Excellence In Crawlspace & Basement Cleanup For 20+ Years

Humidity, dampness, and moisture can create an environment that may promote mold, cracking, rodents, and insects occupying your crawlspace or basement. Being that your living space is right above these spaces, air will rise directly into your living space, allowing rodents and insects to end up in your home, which can harm your family.

Top Rated Professional Crawlspace & Basement Cleanup Service

At Master Attic, we recognize the significance of a proper crawlspace and basement environment. A clean and well-maintained crawlspace or basement is crucial for a healthy living environment and a structurally sound house. Our professional crawlspace and basement cleanup services are designed to address these issues and restore your space to a safe and healthy condition. Our team of experts is equipped to remove debris, insulation, and rodents, ensuring that your crawlspace or basement is free from potential health hazards. Contact us today to schedule a free estimate and experience the benefits of a clean and well-maintained crawlspace or basement.

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20+ Years
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OUR Crawlspace insulation removal PROCESS

There are several steps to us removing old crawlspace insulation.

1. Assessment and Preparation

Our team at Master Attic will conduct a thorough assessment of your crawlspace. This includes identifying any hazardous materials or conditions, as well as determining the type and extent of the insulation damage. They will also take steps to protect your home and belongings from potential dust and debris.

2. Removal of Old Insulation

Our team will use specialized equipment to safely and efficiently remove the old insulation from your crawlspace. This may include vacuums or blowers to collect and remove the insulation from the crawlspace.

3. Cleanup and Disposal

Once the old insulation has been removed, we'll carefully clean the crawlspace to ensure that any remaining debris is removed, then dispose of the old insulation in accordance with local regulations.

4. Repair and Replacement (if necessary)

Any damaged or contaminated areas will be repaired or replaced as needed. This may include sealing any gaps or cracks in the crawlspace to prevent moisture or air leakage.

5. Installation of New Insulation

We'll install high-quality insulation in your crawlspace to improve energy efficiency and indoor air quality. This may include blown-in or batt insulation, depending on your specific needs.

6. Final Inspection and Cleanup

Before leaving, our team will clean the containment and work area to ensure it's left in the same/better condition as when we arrived. We aim to leave your home in better condition than when we arrived, so you can rest assured that you're getting the highest quality service from Master Attic.

Things to observe in the crawlspace & basement:

Musky odors

A musty or moldy smell in your crawlspace or basement could indicate the presence of moisture, mold, or mildew, which can cause health problems and structural damage if left untreated.

Falling insulation

Insulation that falls from your crawlspace or basement ceiling can be a sign of moisture or pest problems, and can also reduce the energy efficiency of your home.

Black spotting

Black spots or stains on walls, ceilings, or floors in your crawlspace or basement may indicate the presence of mold, which can cause respiratory problems and other health issues.

Water leaking

Water leaking into your crawlspace or basement can cause damage to the foundation, walls, and floors, as well as create a breeding ground for mold and mildew.

Dead rodents

The presence of dead rodents in your crawlspace or basement can attract pests and create an unpleasant odor, as well as potentially spread disease.

Excessive dust & debris

Excessive dust and debris in your crawlspace or basement can indicate poor air quality and contribute to respiratory problems, as well as potentially cause damage to your HVAC system.