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Homeowners across the country are looking for ways to save money on utilities, especially when it comes to heating the home. With an upward trend in fuel costs that do not seem to be changing direction anytime soon, many are wondering how they can save money on heating costs with the upcoming long winter season in St. Louis. Rottler Pest & Lawn Solutions has the answer!

Pest control insulation not only protects your home from the threat of many pests but also holds the heat in, thus requiring less money to heat the home. Even the coldest of winter nights will still feel comfortable with added insulation. At Rottler Pest & Lawn Solutions we proudly use InCide® Attic Insulation, the green option in insulation that never stops working for you.

The attic insulation is sprayed over existing attic insulation and with it’s blanket of interlocking fibers, decreases air movement to and from the attic. Your entire home will hold heat more efficiently throughout the cold St. Louis winter. And what’s better is that homeowners can have the peace of mind that the materials used are from 100% recycled paper products and contains no harsh chemicals.

In regards to the pest control aspect of InCide® Attic Insulation, insects that come into contact with the insulation or those who eat the insulation will be killed. This means that even colonies of pests such as ants will not stand a chance when the entire colony is slowly fed InCide® Attic Insulation.

In addition to it’s heat holding and pest control properties, our insulation is also a great way to protect your home from the growth of dangerous mold and mildew. So, if you are living in St. Louis, Columbia or elsewhere in Mid-Missouri and you are looking for a way to save money on heating costs this winter while also controlling pests, then be sure to contact the St. Louis pest control pros at Rottler for more information.

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