Insulation replacement may be your best bet when it comes to insulation.
Here at 31-W Insulation, we are often trying to get people to add more insulation to their Bessemer, Alabama homes, not get them to take it out! Therefore, it might come as a surprise to some people that one of the services we offer is insulation replacement. While there are many opportunities for people to add insulation to their existing insulation, there are also instances where the existing insulation needs to go. At 31-W Insulation, we have a few reasons why you might want to consider insulation replacement.
If your insulation is contaminated in some way, you don’t want to add fresh insulation over the top of the contaminated material. Insulation can absorb things like it can absorb sound, and some of these contaminants include smoke, water, rodent droppings/urine and smells. Insulation contaminated by these things could use insulation replacement. When you call us at 31-W Insulation, we will make sure that the area isn’t just rid of the old insulation and replaced with new, but that it is also a clean start. We will ensure that the area is thoroughly cleaned before installing your new insulation.
There are types of insulation that you don’t want in your home or workspace, asbestos being a major one. While asbestos is a reasonably good insulator, it is hazardous to your health if it starts to degrade or break down and requires expert and total insulation replacement. Asbestos is incredibly harmful and should never be attempted as a DIY project. It is, in fact, illegal to do so. If your property was built before 1980, check with us to see if you have asbestos insulation.
If you have questions about insulation replacement, please give us a call here at 31-W Insulation to learn more about our services.
Right here in Alabama, we also offer insulation replacement in Huntsville. 31w is also proud to serve many states throughout the Southeastern portion of the U.S. Read more about our services in Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee & Texas.