Attic Services for HOAs: Everything You Need to Know

Do you live in a neighborhood or building with a homeowner’s association (HOA)?

HOAs often set special requirements for maintenance, and proper attic maintenance is one common stipulation of living in an HOA neighborhood.

If you live in an HOA community, your HOA may provide a group rate for attic services, or you may be expected to procure your own attic services contract. 

Whether you’re a homeowner or a property manager looking for an attic services provider, the right company can offer services like attic cleaning, insulation removal, insulation installation, duct maintenance, and crawl space cleaning. In this short guide, we’ll explore the benefits of working with a single attic services provider.

What Are Attic Services for HOAs?

Property owners in HOAs are expected to cover most of the maintenance in their own units or homes. That usually includes attic maintenance.

However, HOAs are always looking for new amenities and discounts for their members. Providing services or a group rate through an attic services partner can ensure residents’ homes are well-maintained and energy-efficient all year long. Likewise, an attic services professional can maintain insulation in common areas such as lobbies (in condos), gymnasiums, and entertainment rooms.

HOAs and individual homeowners alike should look for attic maintenance professionals who can keep attics shipshape with the following services.

Attic Cleaning

Your attic accumulates dust and grime, and its insulation degrades over time. When these particles contaminate the air in your attic, they can easily enter your HVAC system, impacting your air quality.1 

With regular attic cleaning services, you can remove accumulated dust and dirt from your attic, preventing unwelcome materials from contaminating your household air supply. Maintaining a clean attic is one of the easiest ways to keep your interior air clean and healthy.

Attic Insulation

Attic insulation is crucial to maintaining a comfortable temperature inside of your home. 

Attic insulation improves your home’s resistance to conductive heat energy, which keeps your home comfortable year-round.2Having the proper amount of insulation in your attic can prevent warm air from infiltrating your interior air supply in the summer and keep warm air from escaping into your attic during the winter. 

With regular maintenance via an attic services contract, an insulation professional will routinely inspect your insulation for vulnerabilities, repair your insulation when needed, and suggest insulation replacement when necessary. If you’re already planning to have attic insulation construction take place in your home, it’s important to know how to prepare your attic for insulation

Duct Maintenance

The quality of your ductwork can make or break the efficiency of your HVAC system. If your energy bills have been steadily rising, or if your HVAC system has been running for longer than normal to reach your desired temperature, any of the following problems may apply:

  • Your ducts may be leaking. Duct connections are sealed with foil tape and mastic, a spackle-like substance. These sealants fail over time, causing cooled or heated air to escape from your ducts. You might consider installing flexible ductwork if you’re having trouble with leaking ducts. Flexible ductwork in your attic is less prone to leaking because it doesn’t require any sealant.
  • Your ducts could be damaged. General wear and tear on ductwork is normal, and significant duct degradation can cause leaks and low airflow through vents.
  • Your ducts could be insufficiently insulated. Without proper insulation around your ducts, the air inside the ducts won’t stay cool or warm on its way to your air vents.

With regular attic services, a qualified ductwork technician will inspect your ducts for leaks, damage, and proper insulation preventing damage and fixing any potential problems as soon as they arise.


Unfortunately, attic insulation is the ideal habitat for rodents. Tats and mice burrow into insulation, create protective spaces for their young, and store food in the pillowy fiberglass.

When you sign up for regular attic services, a trained professional searches for signs of live and dead rodents in your attic, applying rodent-proofing methods when necessary and disposing of active or dormant rodent remains. Rodents carry over 35 diseases, and eliminating them from your home is crucial for the health of your family and pets.3

Crawl Space Cleaning

Crawl spaces are one of the easiest areas in your home to ignore. While you may not be using your crawl space for storage purposes, it’s still crucial to keep this space clean and clear of debris and pests.

A neglected crawl space can lead to:

  • Wood rot in the structural elements of your home
  • Pest infestations in your subfloor
  • Moisture collection and mold growth underneath your subfloor

When you sign up for attic services for HOAs, you can also request regular inspection of your crawl space. By regularly inspecting your crawl space, you can get a head-start on pest prevention, structural degradation, and mold growth.  

Radiant Barriers

Radiant barriers are thin layers of plastic, metal, or foil that keep the sun’s radiant heat energy from penetrating your roofing materials and increasing the temperature of your home during sunny days.

Radiant barriers are particularly useful in the sunny summer months when keeping the cool air inside your home is critical to your comfort. Attic services include a regular inspection of your home’s radiant barrier during the hottest months of the year, optimizing your HVAC system performance and keeping your house comfortable throughout the summer. 

Attic HOA Services Made Easy with Attic Construction

When you live in or maintain a property in an HOA community, regular attic services are crucial to keeping your home comfortable and structurally sound. 

If you’re seeking attic services for HOAs, look no further than Attic Construction. For the past ten years and counting, our attic specialists have removed and replaced insulation, replaced ductwork, performed regular attic and crawl space cleanings, and more. If you’re looking to take the DIY route when working in your attic, make sure you’re treading safely by educating yourself on the electrical hazards in your attic.

Drop us a line today. 


  1. US Environmental Protection Agency. The Inside Story: A Guide to Indoor Air Quality. 
  2. US Department of Energy. Insulation. 
  3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Rodents. 

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