Injection Foam Insulation Stops Oklahoma’s Insects and Wildlife Cold
Have you recently had an exterminator visit your home? Perhaps you have one scheduled to come over and provide service in the near future. Either way, unless you have injection foam insulation in your home’s walls, it’s important to have the pest control pros check the building’s cavities for signs of additional insect activity. Would you like to know why?
Why Should Insulated Cavities Be Examined?
There are actually many insects native to Oklahoma that like to eat, nest or tunnel through certain types of insulation. The list of pests homeowners in Tulsa County have to watch out for includes, but is not confined to the following:
- Carpenter Ants, Beetles and Bees
- Pantry Beetles and Other Ants
- Cockroaches and Termites
Don’t Forget About Rodents and Squirrels!
Of course insects aren’t the only living creatures that pest control pros may run across inside of a home’s traditional insulation. Rodents and squirrels like to create nests in certain types of insulation too. Sometimes they’ll even drag batting and cellulose insulation out of the wall cavities and bring it to other locations. Of course those types of activities go a long way in destroying a home’s energy efficiency.
Is it Possible to Stop Insects and Wildlife from Making Nests?
Thankfully, insects, rodents and squirrels do not like our type of injection foam insulation. They find it to be inedible and lousy nesting materials. Consequently, it is one of the most highly recommended forms of home insulation in areas deemed hot beds of urban wildlife and insect activity. So, after an insect or wildlife infestation, you may want to consider trading your home’s damaged, insulating materials on for injection foam insulation.
Contact us when the pest control experts finish and we’ll consult with you for free. Afterward, we’ll help make your home energy-efficient once again with injection foam insulation.