TAP Insulation is an innovative product that combines eco-friendly insulation and a borate-based product to ward off pests such as cockroaches and termites in homes and businesses. This insulation is made for both new and existing structures and can be easily laid over accessible insulation. There are many benefits to TAP Insulation, including noise reduction, efficiency, pest prevention, and more. Dugas Pest Control is southern Louisiana’s preferred contractor for the Tap Insulation system.
What is TAP Insulation?
TAP Insulation is made from recycled paper, within which a borate-based pest control product is embedded. Pests cannot build up a tolerance to the borate product, which means that once the insulation is installed, it never needs to be replaced. As long as the insulation remains in the structure, it will continue to repel pests. Some of the benefits of TAP Insulation include:
- Reduction in energy bills
- Noise reduction
- Fire safety
- Insect & pest resistant
- Improves indoor air quality
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What Pests are Controlled by TAP Insulation?
The best form of pest control is prevention, which is why TAP Insulation is such a popular option for property owners. When pests crawl through or nest in the borate-filled insulation, they will ingest or carry the boric acid. Once in the body, the boric acid accumulates in the gut and leads to death through means of dehydration or malnutrition. Thankfully, boric acid is not toxic to humans, so you can enjoy a truly safe product that repels pests. A few of the pests controlled by TAP Insulation include:
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Because TAP can be applied directly over traditional insulation, it’s a smart investment for both new and existing homes. Not only does it keep pests away, but it also reduces your bills and is an eco-friendly option. Contact Dugas Pest Control to learn more about TAP Insulation and how it can benefit your home!Back to Residential Pest Control
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