TAP is a unique pest control insulation that has been specifically designed to keep pests away from your living spaces, as well as save you money, create a quiet, peaceful environment in your home, and help you reduce your home’s carbon footprint. In fact, TAP is the only EPA-labeled pest control product with an Energy Star rating!
What is TAP Insulation?
TAP is a “loose-fill” insulation that is installed on top of existing insulation, or in the attics and walls of new homes. TAP insulation provides homeowners in Wilson, Greenville, Jacksonville, Raleigh, and beyond with the following benefits:
- Controls pest populations
- Increases R-value
- Reduces noise in the home
- Reduces energy bills
- Keeps home cooler in summer, warmer in winter
- And more
TAP insulation is also incredibly safe as a pest control method. Firstly, its active pest control ingredient is borate, which is a naturally-occurring element with very low toxicity to mammals. Secondly, because it is applied behind walls and in attics, exposure to humans and pets is extremely limited.
Pest Control Insulation in Eastern & Coastal North Carolina
In addition to TAP insulation, we provide regular cellulose insulation installation in attics, as well as removal of old insulation in both attics and crawl spaces. We prefer to use Comfort Therm by Johns Manville for crawl space insulation, because its fiberglass batts are wrapped with plastic to prevent moisture collection from normal humidity.
Have additional questions about TAP insulation in Eastern North Carolina? Interested in a free estimate on pest control insulation installation? Find the Rid A Pest office nearest you, then give us a call to schedule your appointment with our pest control experts in Wilson, NC and surrounding areas.
Don’t forget — we are the only local dealer/installer of Crawlspace Care!
Rid A Pest serves Wilson, Goldsboro, Greenville, Jacksonville, Morehead City, Rocky Mount, New Bern and beyond. We provide TAP insulation and other pest control solutions to homeowners throughout Eastern and Coastal North Carolina, including in Raleigh, Havelock, Zebulon and Wendell, as well as surrounding areas in Wilson, Wayne, Wake, Johnston, Nash, Edgecombe, Pitt, Greene, Craven, Jones, Onslow, Carteret, Pamlico and Beaufort counties.