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Insulation Removal

Asbestos Exposure

Insulation in older homes is one of the number one risk factors for asbestos exposure. Insulation removal is never going to be a job that’s suitable for a do-it-yourself project for any homeowner, and that’s a part of why we offer insulation removal for Ottawa owners as a means of keeping you away from a messy job and preventing you possibly being exposed to airborne fibers.

Our certified environmental technicians remove old insulation with environmentally safe methods and prevent any contaminants from it being introduced to other areas of the home or property. We then replace it with effective heat-regulating insulation like batt or loose-fill insulation.

Removing insulation that contains asbestos is one of the more pressing needs in this area. Asbestos insulation is commonly found in homes and commercial properties built prior to the 1980s. We’re a solid choice for asbestos insulation removal in Ottawa and we follow a very rigid protocol that works to ensure complete removal and no cross-contamination risks.

Why would I get a removal?

To remove the existing insulation that is in your attic or crawlspace because it has been compromised by moisture, mildew, birds, or other furry pests.

Removing insulation that contains asbestos is one of the more pressing needs in this area.

Complete re-wiring of your house including your attic space.
Adding a second story onto a bungalow.
Restoration after there has been a fire or other disaster.
Damaged insulation due to animal nesting.
Allergy related problems with existing insulation.
Renovation of rooms beneath your attic requiring removal of your ceiling drywall.

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Removal Facts

  • Removals can be very difficult and expensive depending on the situation.
  • Removals are difficult and time consuming and in some situations costly. Removals should therefore not be entered into lightly.
  • If you have had a moldy or pest riddled attic or crawlspace, it is sometimes necessary for your health and peace of mind to remove the damaged insulation, sanitize the area and start over with a fresh, new, insulation plan. It is even more important to understand why your insulation system failed the first time and address that problem prior to adding anything new; otherwise you run the risk of having the same outcome later down the road.

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