Disinfection / Rodent / Pest control

Our featured Insulation  Premium Class 1 Borate Treated Cellulose repels rodents. They will no longer want to nest in your attic. 

Green Attic Healthy Attic Solutions

Green Attic is committed to providing practical, evidence-based, and sustainable healthy solutions for preventing mice and other rodents from nesting in your crawl space, walls, or attic. Evaluation of condition of existing insulation. If contaminated old insulation is removed, cleaning and disinfection performed, and new efficient insulation installed. 

Our featured Insulation  Premium Class 1 Borate Treated Cellulose repels rodents. They will no longer want to nest in your attic. 

Rodent Nests

Rats, Mice, Raccoons, Squirrels infected with a hantavirus can transmit it via their saliva, urine, and feces. Should their leavings be disturbed they can become airborne, humans inhaling those airborne particles can become quite ill. For this reason, nests should be removed.

Rodents in the United States That Carry Hantavirus Nest In Your Attic’s Fiberglass Insulation. 

Pest Control

By proactively sealing exterior seams, your home will not be a welcome shelter for pests.  Pest control is an ongoing concept.  Regular seasonal inspection of dissimilar materials ( seams of any material meeting another). 

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Green Attic can identify the type of pest ( typically mice, squirrels, and raccoons) and prevent entry by blocking and sealing exterior penetrations. Additionally after sealing from the attic, premium borax mineral treatment to our cellulose prevents their desire to nest ( as opposed to fiberglass) 

Services Offered

  • Rodent Nesting Identification
  • Parameter Investigation
  • Locate Intrusion Points
  • Seal Exterior Gaps
  • Contaminated Material Removal
  • Disinfection
  • Air Seal Attic Floor
  • Install Cellulose Insulation
  • Insulation treated to prevent rodents from nesting
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    American Council for Accredited Certification CEICRA focused on the CDC Guidelines for Environmental Infection Control

    Green Attic is committed to highest compliance standards for the construction, mitigation or restoration of facilities.  These standards are specifically designed to reduce or eliminate exposure to contaminants and/or pathogens and their impact on the efficacy of products, safety of workers, and employees during and after any construction or mitigation/restoration process.

    Employee Training & Personal Protective Equipment

    We have trained employees who maintain appropriate social distance throughout the workday and the critical importance of personal hygiene. We also provide our employees with the appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (“PPE”) where necessary so they can perform their work safely and with confidence.   We are using our PPE normally reserved for mold and disinfection treatment (P100 ) and not N-95 masks which are desperately needed for healthcare workers and first responders. All cleaning equipment is cleaned and disinfected after every job for the health and safety of our employees and to limit any risk of transfer. This process is repeated  at the beginning and end of each workday along with a complete cleaning and disinfection of our service vehicles.

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    Rodent holes and tunnels  in loose fill fiberglass. Mice leave quarter size holes throughout the insulation. 

    Life Hack! Mice like fiberglass. In fact, it’s clear that fiberglass is one of their preferred construction materials. They move it from here to there, bunch it up and hollow it out. 

    Replace contaminated fiberglass insulation with Our featured Insulation  Premium Class 1 Borate Treated Cellulose repels rodents. They will no longer want to nest in your attic. 

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    To help stop mice from coming in, place weatherstripping around your doors; as a bonus, this will also increase energy efficiency. If your house has a chimney, get a chimney cap installed. Mike Holmes


    All mice need is a little crack in a wall or foundation to get in. A sealed home is the only way to stop the problem. It’s also the most effective and humane. So check your home annually for cracks where mice can sneak in.