Insulation Removal


Insulation Removal and Cleanouts

Attic insulation removal and replacement is something only a professional should do. There are dangers in removing insulation from a cramped attic or crawlspace. From disease to the itchy insulation, there are many hazards associated in working in an attic. This includes wildlife that may be in the attic as well as soiled, damaged and contaminated insulation.

Using commercial insulation removal vacuums, we are able to remove all of the insulation and other contamination in an attic without any of it traveling through the living space of your home. This ensures that no dust, debris or animal feces from the attic makes its way down into your house.

Insulation Removal

Common insulation problems include:

  • Destroyed or contaminated insulation
  • Improper/blocked ventilation
  • Damaged air ducts
  • Water Damage
  • Insect/Rodent Infestations
  • Other Debris



When animals move into an attic or crawlspace, they cause a lot of damage. In addition to chewing holes in walls to access the areas, they will tear down parts of the structure in order to make their nests, and leave a mess of feces and urine.

In addition to removing the pesky animals responsible for the damage, Superior Insulation can help restore the structure of your attic or crawlspace to its original condition.

Superior Insulation experts have the experience and skills necessary to perform the following insulation removal services:

  • Repair Damaged Insulation
  • Repair Structural Integrity
  • Repair Water Problems
  • Remove Construction Debris
  • Remove Rodents and Insects
  • Remediate Mold and Mildew

Call Superior Insulation Products, LLC. today to make an appointment for a sales representative to assess your attic insulation removal needs and provide a free estimate. Learn how you can save money on you energy cost while making your home more comfortable.

Would you like to speak with an insulation Specialist? Bob Olson and his team are always available to answer your questions and discuss your insulation needs or energy goals.