License #1035247

CALL NOW! San Diego: 858-923-4083 or Orange County/Los Angeles: 714-769-0228

License #1035247

CALL NOW! San Diego: 858-923-4083 or Orange County/Los Angeles: 714-769-0228

Why Wait? We Offer FREE INSPECTIONS

Fill out the form or give us a call.

San Diego: 858-923-4083 or Orange County: 714-415-2728

Our in-house Project Managers will provide you a detailed inspection report so we understand exactly what needs to be done, to take you where you want to be. Make sense?






    Frequently Asked Questions:

    Why is it important to inspect the attic and crawl space?

    As a homeowner, you know your home is an investment and so you want to do what you can do to protect that investment. Issues occurring in the attic and crawl space can negatively impact the value of your home. Having your attic or crawl space inspected can also save you money on your utility bills, as we check for proper insulation and a well-functioning HVAC system.

    Will you check for mold?

    Yes! When mold develops in your attic or crawl space, it can be toxic to your household. When mold becomes a problem, it can result in a wide range of health issues, including asthma and allergies. Unfortunately, most homeowners aren’t aware they have a mold problem. This is why we inspect your attic and crawl space for mold.

    Will you check the HVAC?

    Yes! We make sure your HVAC system is working as it should. A compromised system could reduce the air quality in your home, create poor air circulation, and result in higher utility bills. We will address any potential issues with your HVAC in your attic or crawl space.

    Will you check the insulation?

    It is so crucial that your insulation is up to standard and with the appropriate “R-Value.” We inspect your insulation to determine if it is dirty, unsanitary, contaminated, worn out, or contains excess moisture or mold. These problems can result in higher utility bills, respiratory issues, and could lead to costly repairs if not addressed quickly.

    How is your inspection different from a typical home inspection?

    We take pride in our ability to inspect hard to reach spaces and neglected areas of the home. Unlike most home inspectors, we search for any evidence of water or fire damage, pest infestations, mildew or mold, damaged floorboards, etc.

    Why Choose Attic Projects?

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    Experienced,
    In-House Team

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    Insured, Bonded,
    & Licensed

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    10 Year Warranty

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    5-Star
    Customer Reviews

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    One-Stop-Shop
    for Home Projects

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    Competitive Pricing
    for All Services

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    Family Owned

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    Free Inspections by
    In-House Project Managers

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    Customer Service
    Available 7 Days a Week

    Do You Qualify for a Rebate?

    Damaged insulation from mold, moisture, or pests? Looking to lower heating and cooling bills, or just wanting to improve your home’s insulation R-value? Perhaps you recently built a new home. Whatever the reason, don’t pay full price for new insulation.

    Earn An Instant Insulation Rebate For Up To $600 Today!

    Get Your FREE INSPECTION

    Fill out the form or give us a call.

    San Diego: 858-923-4083 or Orange County: 714-415-2728






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