While removing insulation from an attic is not exactly one of the great mysteries of the world, how does one, in fact, go about it in an orderly and efficient manner? First thought: you enlist a couple of small, agile people and give them lots of plastic bags, brooms, and shovels. That’s one way to get the job done. But, YES, there is a better, faster, and safer way to get the job done.
The average attic measures approximately 1,000 square feet, and can have close to six inches of loose-fill insulation. That is a large volume of material. But our equipment is equal to the task. We suction the insulation out by using a Power Vacuum Truck that pulls up to 15,000 cubic feet of air per minute. Each of our collection bags holds 125 pounds of fiber but it will still take at least 6 bags for a “clean-sweep.” So, forget the broom and shovel! State-of-the-art technology will do the job better, more efficiently, and definitely faster.
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