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Job completed for Pamela V.

Completion date:

June 17, 2021


Arlington, VA

Why did the customer contact us?

The customer had birds in their attic.

Solutions provided:

Bag up and remove all debris and nesting material in attic, spray disinfectant in these areas. Remove each old broken and torn bath vent hose and replace with new. Install new bird guards on exterior vent openings to prevent future entry. You have four vents that run across the attic floor to the discharge on the right side wall of the house. Each of these has been ripped through by nesting birds and there are about 15 hatchlings to remove and four nests. Each nest is about 16 inches in diameter and a foot high. I removed a dead bird I found today, there are probably others to remove as well.

Once repairs to bath vents are done and the nesting materials are removed, we will remove insulation in affected areas, and blow in all new cellulose insulation to a depth of 14 inches. I strongly recommend this be done as the insulation will be full of small mites and bacteria from the birds, as well as bird poop which we cannot effectively and completely sanitize when it is mingled with the insulation in place at present. We will remove insulation from a 40 x 15’ area encompassing the area where the bird nests were.

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