Insulation Removal EquipmentAugust 22, 2016
Insulation removal equipment can save you time and money, and if you are a builder or sub contractor who is looking at ways to cut costs and boost profits, you may want to consider purchasing Insulation Removal Equipment.
The World Wide Web is loaded with DIY videos proclaiming to help you learn everything from tying a necktie to removing household insulation. If you are a homeowner builder or a contractor, you certainly know how to remove insulation, but what about the folks who cut corners and run into all sorts of problems?
According to Capitol Machine, the leading manufacturers of insulation removal and installation equipment, there are all kinds of horror stories about insulation installations that went horribly wrong.
If you are remodeling your home, there are some things to consider before you start pulling out your insulation.
New or Old
Although the jury is still out, removal during remodeling is highly recommended for the best possible results.
If you have decided to remove your old insulation, contact a licensed contractor who can safely remove your old insulation. Not every house was built in the last 20 years and if your home was built before the 1975, you could be living with asbestos insulation. The last thing you want to do is rip it out as asbestos has been linked to pneumoconiosis, interstitial fibrosis, asbestosis, and mesothelioma and lung cancer.
When you find a contractor for your insulation removal ask about his insulation removal equipment, you want to make sure that it is compliant and can get the job done safely. Once that old foam or cellulose insulation is removed, the fibers can go anywhere. Capitol Machine explains that using a turnkey insulation removal vacuum system is the best way to get rid of rock wool, fiberglass, and cellulose. Make sure that the system can be used to remove smoke, water and fire damaged insulation from crawl spaces, sidewalls, and attics.
A Honda twin cylinder GX690 engine powers the Vengeance 690 Insulation removal vacuum system with a 63 lb, 20” heavy-duty fan that removes and discharges any type of insulation.
This insulation removal system removes batt, spray foam, and blown in insulation making it an easy job for you or your contractor.
If you would like more information regarding Insulation Removal, call or click and speak to an expert from Capitol Machine. Capitol Machine is the company insulation experts rely on when it comes to insulation removal. Call or click today.