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Installation of InCide Attic Insulation

Right about now many of us are contemplating those home improvement projects we need to tackle as well as preparing the house for cooler weather.  It’s also a great time of year to inspect the insulation in your home and even consider adding insulation that not only lowers your energy bills but helps discourage insect problems. 

Pest control insulation is a dual purpose insulation that provides continuous pest control protection while at the same time lowering heating and cooling costs.  At Rottler’s we install InCide® attic insulation that is manufactured from recycled paper, treated with a safe fire retardant and designed to eradicate many house-infesting insects including;

  • Drywood Termites

  • Subterranean Termites

  • Centipedes

  • Booklice

  • Silverfish

  • Cockroaches

  • Millipedes

  • Ants

  • Crickets

  • Sowbug

  • Earwigs

Made from 100% recycled paper product, InCide® Attic Insulation is a green solution that never stops working!  It can easily be installed over existing attic insulation or used in new construction projects and is guaranteed for life.  Benefits of InCide® Attic Insulation include;

  • Superior Pest Control Protection

  • Flame Resistant

  • Reduces Air Infiltration

  • Lowers Heating and Cooling Costs

  • Odorless

  • Does Not Itch

  • Environmentally Friendly

  • Meets or Exceeds Federal Standards

  • Supported With Product Warranty

Your wallet may thank you for installing InCide® Attic Insulation too.  The “American Recovery and Reinvestment Act” was signed into law on February 17, 2009 and included an increase in the 2009/2010 tax credit for homeowners who have borate-based pest control insulation installed.  With InCide® Attic Insulation you can lower your energy bills, protect your home from unwanted insects and receive an increased tax credit for doing so. 

To find out more information or to request a quote, please call 1-877-ROTTLER today or click here.       


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