TAP® Pest Control Insulation

Serving Louisiana & Mississippi

TAP® Insulation Services in New Orleans, SE Louisiana & Mississippi by Presto-X TAP® Insulation is a state-of-the-art product that combines eco-friendly insulation and a borate-based product to control pests such as ants and termites in homes and businesses. This industry-changing home insulation is made for both new and existing structures and can be easily laid over existing insulation.

TAP pest control insulation is known to be beneficial in a number of ways, including noise reduction, efficiency, pest prevention, and more. Presto-X “Formerly Fischer” is a certified installer of this innovative pest resistant insulation in the New Orleans and Hammond LA areas.

How Does TAP® Pest Resistant Insulation Work?

TAP Insulation outperforms traditional insulation in a number of ways. Not only does this insulation keep structures thermally sound, but it also works to prevent and control pest problems! Pests cannot build up a tolerance to the borate product infused within the insulation. This means that once installed, it never needs to be replaced. So long as the insulation remains in the structure, it will continue to ward off insect problems. Ants, termites, and cockroaches are just a few of the many types of pests affected by TAP pest control insulation.

Benefits of TAP Pest Control Insulation

This home insulation service is favored by the pest control industry for a number of reasons. In addition to its pest control abilities, the top benefits of TAP Insulation include:

  • Reduced cost of energy bills
  • Reduced outside noises
  • Made of all-natural, eco-friendly materials
  • Improved indoor air quality

Licensed Home Insulation Installation

At Presto-X, our goal is to keep our customers pest-free by any means. Our TAP insulation services effectively decrease the chances of a pest infestation inside your home or business. TAP pest control insulation is a smart investment for new and existing structures, and we are proud to have licensed technicians that can quickly and efficiently install it in your SE Louisiana or Mississippi property. For a free quote, give our team a call today!

TAP® Pest Control Insulation FAQ

What does TAP stand for?

Thermal Acoustical Pest Control Insulation

What pests are controlled by TAP pest control insulation?

Ants, cockroaches, termites, silverfish, fleas, and other insects.

How much do TAP insulation services cost?

The cost of installation depends on the market, location, and size of the structure. Investing in this pest resistant insulation will pay off in time with its energy-saving features!

How does TAP Insulation affect pests?

When insects come into contact with this pest resistant insulation, the boric acid will cling to them. When pests groom themselves or each other, they will ingest the borates, which will effectively kill them.

How is pest control insulation installed?

TAP Insulation is blown into your attic by certified installers such as those at Presto-X. It can be installed over existing insulation.

Is TAP eco-friendly?

Made up of over 80% recycled newspaper, TAP is considered to be very environmentally friendly by repurposing a material that would otherwise end up in a landfill.

Does TAP kill rodents?

TAP Insulation does not kill rodents. Boric acid only affects insects.

Is TAP insulation dangerous?

The boric acid in TAP does not pose a threat to humans or pets. It is not flammable, either. In fact, the borates serve as a fire-retardant!

Does home insulation lose effectiveness over time?

Once installed, the borate-infused pest resistant insulation does not wear off. It will continue to be effective as long as it is installed.

How long do TAP insulation services take?

It typically takes four to six hours to install TAP depending on the size of the property.

TAP® Pest Control Insulation In Louisiana & Mississippi

Serving all of SE Louisiana and Mississippi

New Orleans | Hammond | Covington | Mandeville | Slidell

Jefferson Parish | Orleans Parish | St Tammany Parish | Tangipahoa Parish | Hancock County | Harrison County