insulation removal & replacement

Remove Contaminated Insulation From Your Home Today!

When wildlife gains access to your home or business there are many things that can happen. The intrusive animal can leave behind fecal matter, urine, parasites, bacteria, and mold which can linger in the home. This can cause the air being circulated to become contaminated. If the problem is not professionally cleaned, the bacteria and mold could grow. We offer both removal and replacement insulation services. The products we offer are cellulose and fiberglass blow-in insulation.

By removing the contaminated insulation your attic and/or crawlspace will free of wildlife contaminants like urine, fecal matter and parasites. leaving it clean and energy efficient!

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our insulation Remediation process

Red Dumpster Bin on a Driveway


Before we can begin the extraction process we will deliver a small or large roll-off dumpster that old contaminated materials can be placed into for removal.

contaminated attic insulation removal, wildlife infestation in your attic can be hazardous

insulation removal

Throughout the insulation extraction process we will cover surfaces and use hepa filters  to minimize any potential contamination within your home. Our mobile insulation truck requires approx. 42′ of parking length either on your driveway or on the curb side of your home.

Worker Spraying Blown Fiberglass Insulation between Attic Trusses

insulation replacement

The Outdoors Group provides a variety of insulation products and services for homes and commercial buildings in West Georgia and the surrounding areas.

Blown-in fiberglass has an R-value/inch of 2.2 – 2.7. For R-38, 14 – 17 inches are needed. The R-value of  3.5 inches of batt fiberglass is 11. It’s R-38 for 12 inches. Learn more on the U.S. Department of Energy.

Blown-In Insulation Benefits

Having your home well insulated translates to it being energy efficient. In a typical residential install, blown-in insulation enhances energy efficiency throughout the building, improves the heating and cooling cycles, as well as increases HVAC performance. Blown-in insulation is cost-effective and provides satisfactory insulation value throughout the structure.

Pest damage in attic, damage done to insulation by unwanted pests in the attic

Blow-in insulation for additional energy efficiency