What is an attic inspection?
An attic inspection is a thorough evaluation of the condition of your attic, typically performed by a qualified insulation contractor. The inspection can identify issues like inadequate insulation, poor ventilation, pest infestations, or water damage. The inspector may take pictures and use thermal imaging equipment to help identify problem areas.
How often should I have my attic inspected?
You should have your attic inspected every few years to ensure it is functioning properly and to address any potential issues before they become bigger problems.
How long does an attic inspection take?
The length of an attic inspection can vary depending on the attic’s size and the inspection’s extent. However, most inspections can be completed in about an hour.
What does an attic inspection consist of?
An attic inspection typically involves checking the insulation levels, ventilation, ductwork, and roof structure. The inspector will take pictures and use thermal imaging equipment to help identify problem areas. At the end of the inspection, they will present to you their findings and make recommendations to improve energy-efficiency and overall home comfort as necessary.
Will I need to purchase anything if problems are found during the inspection?
Following the inspection, if any problems are found in your attic, the inspector will provide a list of recommended solutions. No purchases are required. Our network of contractors provides this free service to establish relationships and help educate homeowners on the best course of action for their attic.
Why should I use Attics and More instead of services like Home Advisor or Thumbtack?
Attics and More is focused entirely on the attic and is run by a team of experts with over ten years of experience in the attic industry. Our network of qualified insulation contractors is carefully vetted for their certifications, reliability, and expertise, ensuring you are connected with experienced professionals specializing in attic-related issues.
In contrast, other contractor pairing services like Home Advisor or Thumbtack typically do not have as much experience and tend to connect you with entry-level contractors. We are committed to providing personalized, high-quality service to our customers and helping them make informed decisions about their assets and home.