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Shedden Home Services
5.0
from 17 reviews
  • 16 hires on Thumbtack
Amarillis O.
Verified review

Cortney was a true gentleman and I felt confident that he could fix my problems when he spoke to me. We hired Shedden home services to seal off entry points that the other companies didn’t find and then clean our attic out from the rodent droppings! We are schedule to get new insulation blown in next week!

ProEco Insulation Ltd Co
5.0
from 11 reviews
  • 2 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Victor G.
Verified review

I couldn't have asked for a better job in work done. First time I used ProExo Insulation but they exceed my expectations.

Y&S Home Builders Inc
5.0
from 10 reviews
  • 7 years in business
  • 7 hires on Thumbtack
Myron S.
Verified review

06.19.2018: On Monday, February 12, 2018, 8:30 am, Yossi business owner of Y&S Home Builders showed up at my home with his crew to replace my old attic insulation with new R-38, rafter radiant foil, plus an attic exhaust fan. I explicitly contracted Yossi, business owner of Y&S Home Builders, for the job because he promised me to execute the entire job according to all city and building codes, that he would absolutely fulfill and uphold all proper, work and ethical standards as required by building safety codes. ...On June 11, 2018 I had my scheduled annual whole house termite inspection. But, when the termite inspector came out of the attic he caused concern by calling my attention to a possible impending electrical problem with the attic fan hook-up - installed by Y&S Home Builders. I immediately contacted my electrician who did indeed confirm verify an alarming electrical violation - no proper, secure nor safe connection of the attic exhaust fan to the metallic junction box. That the non-metallic Romex, Y&S used, was already very soft, from the very intense attic heat, and that the sharp edges of the metallic box had already begun cutting into the outer now very soft insulation (caught just in the nick of time). That no connector, of any kind, was used at all for the non-metallic conductor entering the metallic junction box 1/2" knockout hole (see pic). My electrician informed me that Romex type cable was very soft to begin with and was installed through the sharp edges of the metallic junction box exposing the attic and entire house to a possible potential safety, shock and/or fire hazard. According to the NEC Code (National Electrical Code) all connections into a metallic junction box MUST be in accordance with NEC approved metallic connectors and mechanically secure. My entire attic was originally and exclusively wired with metallic conduit, throughout - for good reason – but, for the exception of the newly installed attic fan. My electrician also informed me that the bare ground wire was loosely tied to the box cover screw and improperly connected to the metallic junction box - another NEC code violation. Additionally, to make these detrimental matters even worse, the Romex mfg. instructions emphatically warn not to use non-metallic Romex in locations where the temperatures can possibly exceed 140 F. With current high ambient temperatures, my attic temperature(s), on many hot days, has already exceeded 135 F. And, the summer season hasn't even yet officially begun. I was horrified to learn of this extremely risky and perilous fire hazard condition brought into my home - via Y&S Home Builders – endangering, jeopardizing and risking not only my house, myself, but my family, friends and loved ones. The biggest risk anyone takes is that their electrical work can cause a fire. Yossi had lied right to my face, when leading me to believe and trust that his company would perform the best work according to present-day code and safety standards, yet knowing that the electrical work would not be performed by a qualified, licensed bonded electrician! ...Then it dawned upon me, when Yossi came to my home for us to meet, for the very first time, he was afraid to even crawl into the attic to inspect the job for himself, personally and first hand. As such, he wore a surgeon’s mask and just momentarily peeked into the attic. When I inquired why, he told me he was allergic to the insulation. When an owner of an attic insulation installation business is allergic to his own product - well, I should have been forewarned right then and there of the possible potential future dangers and pitfalls!! …Now, I'm faced with the additional expenses of having a licensed professional electrician rewire, that entire attic exhaust fan, in accordance with national NEC codes, and city building safety standards. ...On a side note: not even related to Y&S's shoddy, shameful and illegal electrical work, they also missed installing any insulation to an entire section directly adjacent to my attic furnace - thereby, not even completing nor fulfilling their insulation installation responsibilities and contractual obligations. ...In all fairness and good conscience, I could not/would not recommend nor refer anyone in the interest of trust, confidence, safety and sound building ethics, to ever hire Y&S Home Builders for any insulation or attic work. NEC (National Electrical Code) Article 370 Section 17, Boxes, Conduit Bodies, and Fittings General Installation: “This article addresses installation requirements for fittings used to join raceways, and to connect raceways and cables to boxes and conduit bodies. Connectors, couplings, and conduit hubs are examples of fittings discussed. … Section 370-17 states that conductors entering boxes, conduit bodies, or fittings must be protected from abrasion. Compliance with this requirement prevents sharp edges from rubbing, scraping, or cutting into a conductor’s insulation. Without the proper protection, by fittings or other means, conductors entering knock-out openings of metal boxes (or enclosures) are susceptible to damage. Scrapped or cut conductor insulation creates a safety hazard by exposing live conductors. Section 370-17(a) stipulates that openings through which conductors pass must be adequately closed. Compliance with this regulation is usually accomplished by simply tightening the fitting that secures the conductor to the box. Improper selection or use of a fitting may constitute a violation of this requirement. … Safety is every electrical inspectors goal, and effective electrical inspections will help to minimize, or may eliminate conditions that lead to fire and electric shock hazards. … Article 100 in the National Electrical Code defines a Qualified Person as One familiar with the construction and operation of the equipment and the hazards involved. …Electrical Inspectors often encounter poor or shoddy installations performed by persons who are not qualified or even familiar with the electrical system and its operation. In many cases, unqualified individuals have installed or performed inspections of electrical systems with little or no training, or knowledge of the rules of the National Electrical Code!”

  • 16 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Pahima P.
Verified review

I'm very satisfied with the service they have provide me. Attic Renew 360 did an excellent job in my attic, they removed my old insulation that it was already contaminated, sanitize the attic and then they proceed to add new blowing insulation, my attic looks great and it makes my family feel safe about it. Technician Sam, called to ensure he is coming on time and was very thorough in explaining the process. The whole process took much less than expected as Sam also had his assistant doing the work while he spent time talking to me. Excellent service showed up on time very polite and knowledgeable crew. I totally recommend this company!

  • 15 years in business
To T.
Verified review

I hired Alex and team to come clean out the air ducts in a house we were moving into. The ducts were disgusting. They did an excellent job and even patched up some leaks in the attic where the insulation had failed. The dryer vent was also cleaned out and overall everything was done efficiently and neatly. I'd hire them again.

  • 10 hires on Thumbtack
Lori V.
Verified review

With an old home with no insulation and open-beam ceiling we needed someone to install 3 split-wall units. From Cody coming to our home and giving us a very fair estimate to Lawrence and his crew doing the installation, we are very happy with their work and their customer service. We had a little issue after the installation due to another contractor trying to hide some of the air conditioning lines and damaged them. Lawrence was on top of the issue and fixed it for us at no charge! Thanks to Teamwork's small company, they were so much more personable than others. I'd recommend them highly to anyone.

Attic Insulation by LABS
5.0
from 7 reviews
  • 3 years in business
Nancy E.
Verified review

Moses from Attic Insulation by LABS was introduced to me through mutual friend of ours. I was dealing with a rat infestation and needed someone to help me stop them from coming back. Moses came to my house and almost immediately went up the attic, after a short while he came back down with photos and a video footage and showed me all the weak spots and openings where rodents use to get in the attic. I decided to take his recommendation and not only to have the attic cleaned and rodent proofed but also to have the old, contaminated, insulation replaced. The attic cleaning, insulation removal and batt insulation installation took almost a full day of work and cost me about $6,000. I did take other quotes, his was right in the middle.

Attic Pro Services
4.1
from 8 reviews
  • 9 years in business
  • 20 hires on Thumbtack
Pam S.
Verified review

Anthony gave a fair quote and showed up when he said. He worked around my work schedule for his inspection. He provided pictures, sketches, and recommendations. Out of three business, I chose him for total attic cleanup, new ducts, and insulation. I would hire him again.

  • 24 years in business
Mark S.
Verified review

Had my attic insulation done with this guys. My energy bill went down and the house become so comfy. Highly recommended.

Guardian Home Insulation
5.0
from 6 reviews
  • 7 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Julie G.
Verified review

My home was built in 1951 and the insulation was almost nothing. Brian and his crew added both attic & wall insulation and upped the coziness factor by at least 100%. Even with the cold and wet weather we've been having, it's been very comfortable.

Go Green Restoration
5.0
from 4 reviews
  • 4 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Tammy N.
Verified review

When we noticed it was time to get new insulation in our home we did not knew who to call for the job, i even ask family and friends for recommendations, but i wasn't 100% sure about any of the options they gave me so i decided to find one myself. I notice Go Green Insulation team and the great reviews they had so i gave them a call, they were really polite, professional and the prices are just in my budget so we schedule an appointment. Now the job it's completely done and i can tell you i'm really happy with the results. Thanks Go Green Insulation team!

Atticare LA Corp
5.0
from 1 review
  • 9 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Jenn F.
Verified review

After getting a few quotes from different companies to replace my insulation I decided to go with Atticare, they were responsive and very professional from the first phone call, and I am so happy I did. They did an amazing job in my attic, their prices were competitive to the other quotes I received, but most importantly they left everything in my home in a pristine shape once they were done. Also they offer a one year warranty for their services so that was a nice added benefit. Definitely highly recommend them!

So Cal Remodeling
5.0
from 1 review
  • 14 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Dave R.
Verified review

These guys were awesome! Really have this wall insulation down to a science. Very please with the workmanship and professionalism. Highly recommend!

  • 10 years in business
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Our team is well known for offering the most thorough attic cleaning possible. We'll clean up your old, damaged insulation, remove rodents and their waste, eliminate dust, repair holes and cracks, remove mold, and finish it with hospital disinfectants to kill germs. Our full-service staff also offers (New Page - Rodent Proofing & Animal Waste Removal), , and everything else you need to keep your attic in top shape. If you'd like to get the job done right, call us today. We'll schedule a free inspection so that we can tell you what services you need exactly to bring your attic into the best shape it's ever been.

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We offer turn key solutions to energy efficiency. It starts with a comprehensive home performance assessment to properly diagnose your home. Test, don't guess, using pressure diagnostics and thermal imaging. We are a general contractor, insulation contractor, and air conditioning and heating contractor. We do all our improvements in your house. That's how we control quality. The final step is a post test, to ensure that the improvements are performing optimally. We can also help you with all the incentives currently available, up to $6,000 off from your local utilities and counties and tax credits at year end! You can save up to 40%.

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Because we bean working on this kind work over 15 years And we are specialist on Batts insulation also me and my partner have union journeymen certificates. And Know.working together with El Ruco Construction handyman for 27 year.

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San Gabriel Insulation was founded in 1965 serving all of Southern California's insulation and window needs. We are a full-service insulation contractor providing blown-in fiberglass and cellulose, spray foam, batteries, fiberglass and cotton, spray applied cellulose, K-13 and Celbar, rigid board and radiant barriers for roof decks and attics. Do you need your exterior walls insulated? We use a drill and fill method. See our video at YouTube-San Gabriel Insulation to see how we do it. We can also remove your old and out-of-date insulation in your attic. For attic ventilation, we can install solar or passive fans to remove the hot air out of your attic space. San Gabriel has installation crews that are trained to work on existing homes, crawl in your attic, and install the latest energy efficiency products on the market. San Gabriel handles several lines of windows and patio doors like French, sliding and front entrance doors. Our window crews will remove your existing windows, and install your new windows and doors most of the time in one day. Do you need a whole house energy audit? We can do provide you with one. Our goal is help you save money, and feel comfortable in your home using the newest weatherization methods and products. San Gabriel Insulation and Windows is a member of the Better Business Bureau, the Insulation Contractors Association of America, the Spray Foam Alliance, Building Performance Institution certified and a qualified contractor for Energy Upgrade California program for the State of California.

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I do installation of commercial and residential insulation. I have 20 years of experience as a union insulator with the carpenter's union. I have my own trucks and tools.

  • 19 years in business
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Don't wait. Insulate! We offer the following services: Blown Insulation - Cellulose or Fiberglass Rolled Batt Insulation Air Sealing Duct Sealing Radiant Barrier Insulation Removal Attic Sanitizing Drill and Fill Wall Insulation Sub-floor Insulation

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