When your Cabin John attic has been invaded with wildlife, your first priority is to remove the animal from your home. You rush to have the animal removed safely and quickly from your attic because you don’t want any harm or damage to come to your family or your home. Once the animal has been removed, many homeowners assume it hadn’t been in the attic long, and so they don’t consider the need for an attic cleanout. Just because you heard or found an animal living in your Cabin John attic on a particular doesn’t mean they hadn’t been living there for longer. As wildlife makes a home within your attic, they create a dangerous and hazardous area in your home. An attic cleanout is needed to take care of the damage caused by the wildlife activity within your Cabin John attic. Wildlife living in your attic has continuously defecated, stored food, and created nests within the insulation. This can create a major health problem for your family and pets. Animals like raccoons and bats are known to carry several diseases and parasites with them along with their feces. Parasites like raccoon roundworm can be spread through the feces of the raccoon, which means the droppings of a raccoon should be cleaned up immediately, but carefully. Never attempt an attic cleanout on your own. Most Cabin John homeowners believe that they can clean their home properly after an animal invasion, but that is not the case. Certain precautions must be taken to ensure your attic cleanout is safely conducted. Services provided during an attic cleanout typically include:
- Insulation Removal and Replacement
- Damaged Area Repair
When your Cabin John home is in need of an attic cleanout, call the professionals of Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control. We are able to not only safely remove the wildlife from your attic, but conduct an attic cleanout as well as use prevention techniques to prevent animals from entering your attic in the future. To get started with Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control for our attic cleanout services for your Cabin John home, call us today at 443-417-3137 or visit our online contact page. We are available, so never hesitate to call. We are also available on weekends and holidays as well. Follow Mid Atlantic Wildlife Control today on Google+, Pinterest, Twitter, and Facebook.