The professionals at Olneya Restoration Group, LLC can replace your insulation in the event of a roofing leak.
The professionals at Olneya Restoration Group, LLC can replace your attic insulation in the event of a roofing leak, from condensation or anything else that causes your insulation to get moist.
When old fiberglass batt insulation gets wet, it loses its ability to prevent heat from moving out of your living space.
Olneya Restoration Group, LLC can quickly and neatly remove and replace wet insulation when leaks make it worthless! Just contact us today to get started on your Free Estimate.
Many older attics are insulated with fiberglass batt insulation. Much better insulation products are available today, but the reality for homeowners with fiberglass insulation in their attics is that fiberglass and water don’t mix. If the glass fibers sandwiched inside the batts are wetted, the batts compress and many of the tiny air pockets between the fibers disappear.
It is these air pockets -- not the glass fibers -- that slow the movement of heat out of your home when you’re trying to stay warm in winter. In summer, they slow heat from entering your living spaces when you’re trying to stay cool. Insulation that has become saturated and compressed will never regain its full effectiveness, costing you hundreds of dollars in unnecessarily high energy bills annually.
When insulation, framing, roof decking and other surfaces stay wet for more than a few days, you can also expect mold and mildew to grow – the microscopic spores of which can cause respiratory irritation and illness for those living in the rooms below. Left unchecked long enough, wood may begin to rot, causing structural damage that’s expensive to repair.
Ask your Olneya Restoration Group, LLC technician about replacement insulation that will remain unaffected by moisture should future leaks or condensation occur.
We provide many types of insulation for an attic. If your insulation is damaged from water, we can replace batt or cellulose insulation.
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