Attic Insulation & Restoration

Energy Efficiency, Pest Prevention and Sanitation

  • Insulation: Save money and energy while deterring pests
  • Restoration: Remove evidence of wildlife infestations, clean and decontaminate
  • Restorations may be covered by insurance

Our team is fully certified for

Trapping & Removal

We trap and remove existing nuisance wildlife.

Attic clean outs

After wildlife removal,  we remove and dispose of old insulation and animal feces; decontaminate the habitat (remove animal scent) to discourage re-infestation; treat and disinfect all wood.


We thoroughly clean and sanitize the attic.

Refresh Insulation Installation

We blow in the appropriate level of new insect-prevention insulation which will reduce or prevent future insect infestations and increase energy efficiency.

Seal Entry Points

We search for entry points and seal them to avoid future re-infestation.

Insurance Claim Preparation

We prepare your report to help you file for insurance where eligible.

Why Do I Need Attic Restoration?

Attic restorations are most often conducted when a rodent or wildlife infestation is discovered. The main reason for restoration is to decontaminate the attic from residual toxins left from wildlife feces, urine, and dander, which often create a strong odor and attract mites, parasites, maggots, flies, roaches, ants, and other insects.

Tempco Pest Control Team started attic restoration with a large white hose.
Tempco pest control team restoring an attic.

Attic Pest Prevention

The secondary reason an attic restoration is conducted is for pest prevention and, as an added bonus, enhanced energy efficiency. Some of Florida’s older homes still have original insulation that has lost most of its insulating abilities. Over time, it settles and loses its energy efficiency. Add rats, mice, raccoons, opossums or other uninvited wildlife guests and your attic can be a major problem.

Attic Restoration May Be Covered By Insurance

If an animal moves into the home and causes damage, attic restorations may be covered by insurance.

Tempco Pest Control team finished restoring an attic.

Raving Fans

March 12, 2022

Honest easy to speak to about your pest problems

February 28, 2022

Excellent customer service and noticeable results. I use them for quarterly service at my home.

November 12, 2021

Great service.

August 30, 2021

Jose' is our pest specialist and he is great. He takes care if the inside and outside of our home.

June 25, 2021

Always doing a great job of keeping my home clear of pests.

June 19, 2021

Josh was great

June 15, 2021

Very responsive and helpful.

May 12, 2021

Staff very knowledgeable and really want to help...I would absolutely recommend this company for pest control...

February 25, 2021

We use Tempco for all of our pest issues. We have been using them for over 10 years, we moved from a different area and made sure we could still be their client. They are so responsive and knowledgeable, they treat you like you are a part of heir family! Don't go anywhere else, give them a call you won't regret it!!!

February 23, 2021

Great, everything was as they described and went very well Reasonable pricing, and friendly service person. Would recommend to anyone

January 9, 2021

Love them! Custom service is amazing, the technicians knowledge is unmatched! No hidden fees, no never knowing when they showed up or what they completed. Highly highly recommend them!

November 13, 2020

Get Tempco! They came to my condo in 2016. Did not need them again until last week! See you guys in 2024! Great Work!

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