Rodent and Bat exclusion with zero poison used.
When you look into sealing a home from all types of critters be it bats, flying squirrels and mice you as the homeowner need to understand a few basics:
- Foam in the can is not meant for exposure to sunlight and is easily chewed.
- Silicone is for the most part not paintable and is easily chewed.
- A home of average size say 2,000 sq ft cannot be sealed in an afternoon as to find every 1/4 inch space takes time and to use the correct materials is key.
The inspection is extremely important as time and materials need to be correctly gaged or the seal will not be completed properly and your critters will return. Thoroughspect has one inspector which is the owner of the company Brian M. Sweig who brings 20 plus years of construction knowledge including thermal imaging, basement waterproofing [Awarded 2006 US EPA Clean Air Award for green invention]. In addition Brian carries other industry licenses for additional companies owned and operated such as Home Inspection both in NY & CT so you are not just getting a pest tech with 15 stops that day but someone who understands how a home should function and why your home may not be working correctly.
Thoroughspect carries Home Improvement licenses in all areas required that we service as well as Nuisance Wildlife Licenses.
Our exclusion service (sealing of homes) caters to homeowners who simply have had enough of the fast food exterminator approach as that is not a control method, but a band aid that can cause real damage to the homes air quality as well as odors and other issues with critters dying throughout the home.
With that said Thoroughspect will be performing a thorough contractor inspection that caters to finding the deficiencies that can allow rodents, bats, and flying squirrels to gain access to your home and how to stop them without the use of poison.
Thanks for stopping by and I look forward to inspecting your home soon.
Brian M. Sweig
The difference between a Home Inspection and a Contractor Inspection is the scope of what is usually reported due to SOP -Standard Operating Procedure –
I have performed thousands of inspections and a good deal of them right after a homeowner closes on their home only to show them tens of thousand of dollars of deficiencies that will now impact them financially as well as psychologically sometimes for years to come. I’ve even found things that were laboratory proven so harmful that the client chose to put the home back on the market a short time after purchasing the property stating, “this will never feel like my home”. Yes, the issue was rectified prior to listing, but who needs that type of stress.
If you truly want to know what’s going on in and around your home then make the call that starts it all and schedule your inspection. The cost of the inspection varies with types of construction and scope of the inspection.
This is not a “Home Inspection” this is reality backed up by photographic proof and laboratory proof if necessary.
Pinpoint property management inspection
For homes that range from 4,500- 15,000 sq feet there is a real need to have thorough inspections that are documented in detailed pictures to avoid issues such as potential rodent infestations, mold, moisture, air pollution from your own heating equipment and many other items.
This is what makes my inspection service different as it comes naturally to me and if it’s visible I’ll most likely find it.
While most property management companies don’t like me as my findings are easily proven – the ones that actually care about you “The Client”
Will take it in stride and be better for the guidance.
Give a call and we shall discuss the art of the inspection and the fees that apply for the what best fits your needs.
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