TAP Insulation - Preventative Pest Control

TAP Insulation - Preventative Pest Control

Home Insulation & Pest Control in One Product

TAP Insulation offers two sustainable solutions in one innovative product: an environmentally responsible insulation with superior thermal and sound-deadening properties, and a unique method of pest control.

What is TAP Insulation?

TAP is a “loose-fill” insulation, installed by blowing the product into attics on top of existing insulation (it can also be installed in attics and walls of new homes) with specialized machines. While reducing your energy bills by keeping your home warmer in winter and cooler in summer, TAP also controls common household pests that nest in attics and walls, including:

TAP therefore provides a long-term, preventative approach to reducing energy consumption while protecting your home from many common household insects that come in contact with the insulation.

Ant trail in home
Termites damaging house
Dead cockroach in home


Why Choose TAP Insulation?


Save money on pest control insulation

TAP saves money:

TAP helps keep comfortable air in the living area of your home. This reduces the required energy needed to heat or cool your home and, in turn, reduces your heating and cooling bills.

Noise reducing pest control insulation

TAP reduces noise:

TAP reduces unwelcome noise from outside and helps create a peaceful environment inside the home. Insulated interior walls reduce annoying noises (such as toilets flushing and appliances running) inside a house.

Pest control insulation

TAP controls pests:

TAP responsibly eliminates many common household pests, including cockroaches, ants, termites, silverfish, and others.

Environmentally friendly pest control insulation

TAP is Green:

When viewed in the context of the entire product life-cycle (from production to operation to disposal), cellulose insulation is one of the greenest building products in the world. Cellulose insulation takes less energy to make than other insulation products, is made from 86%+ recycled paper, reduces a home’s carbon footprint by saving energy, and provides no post-installation waste.

"Great company. On time, on budget and easy to work with. Compass really goes the extra mile."

- Hardy Auston

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Is TAP Safe?

Yes! Principally made from recycled paper, TAP uses borates as the active pest control ingredient. Borates are mineral salts mined from the earth and are commonly used in many consumer products such as contact lens solution and anti-fungal creams. Borates are deadly to insects yet have extremely low toxicity to mammals and thus pose a minimal risk to people and pets.

Unlike most traditional pesticide chemicals, TAP is applied behind walls and in attics where exposure to people and pets is extremely limited.

How it Compares to Alternatives:

TAP Pest Control Insulation is one the best performing insulations on the market. TAP outperforms traditional fiberglass insulation by 32% and, as a denser, loose-fill insulation, TAP fills in all of the nooks and crannies traditional insulation rolls do not. The science tells the story, but simply put, TAP just works better.

Not only does cellulose insulation outperform other insulation from a thermal and acoustical standpoint, it takes less energy to make it! Only TAP Pest Control Insulation, however, gives you the triple benefit of 32% greater efficiency when compared to traditional insulation, superior acoustical benefits, and the added value of pest control! No other insulation product comes close.

Contact Us to Discuss Using Tap Insulation in your Home

Compass Pest Management serves residents and businesses in Georgia and South Carolina with top quality pest control services.

All of our service professionals are registered or certified. Additionally, all products applied by Compass are registered with the EPA. You will have peace of mind knowing that Compass Pest Management’s effective service was designed for your safety and satisfaction.

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