Twitter Facebook
Honor Guard Pest Management Services

HonorGuard Blog

TAP Pest Control Insulation

Pest Control Insulation

One of the areas of your home most often attacked by invading pests is your insulation. These unwelcome visitors cause your home to be vulnerable to higher heating and cooling costs and expedited material decay – not to mention expensive contamination remediation and replacement. Wouldn’t it be great to have a product that could not only offer superior insulation, moisture and humidity control, noise reduction, and pest resistance, all at once? Well, that’s the exact  description of an incredible, natural pesticidal insulation product offered by Honorguard Pest Management called TAP. An easy to use blown insulation made of cellulose fiber insulation merged with natural borate pesticide, TAP provides a superior insulation solution and is the only stabilized pest control insulation.

TAP stands for:

  • Thermal
  • Acoustical
  • Pest Control

Features of TAP Insulation:

  • Fire retardant
  • Environmentally-friendly
  • Thermally superior
  • Sound-deadening insulation
  • Pest-controlling properties
    • Deadly to:
      • Cockroaches
      • Silverfish
      • Ants
      • Termites
      • Many other crawling insects
      • Acceptable for use around humans and pets

9 out of 10 homes under-insulated

When you consider that 90% of American homes are under-insulated, meaning 9 out of every 10 U.S. homeowners are throwing money away needlessly on energy bills, the thought of adding a multi-performing product like TAP insulation becomes very attractive. What does your home stand in that ratio?

HonorGuard Pest Management of Nashville

Interested in learning how TAP Pest Control Insulation could make a difference in your home or professional building? Give us a call at HonorGuard Pest Management Services at (615) 242-5440. We’ll be happy to set up a free consultation for you.

For info about special offers and savings from HonorGuard Pest Management, click HERE:

Published by Dannie Myers and tagged with: | No Comments

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply