I have delayed writing this review because I have such conflicted feelings about the results. When Ricky and his team left our home after an amazingly quick and thorough job cleaning up our attic, completely enclosing it, building a firewall between the attic and garage, closing off every single potential access point in the attic, on the roof and around the outside of our crawl space, plus doing some quick ceiling patching in a couple of rooms (that pre-dated their work), I had every intention of writing a 100% 5 Star rating due to their professionalism and concern. But then we tried to close the garage door, and could not -- the outlet that the garage door unit was plugged into was dead. Luckily, my husband was able to get up on a ladder and, via an extension cord, plug the unit into another outlet so we could close the garage door. I immediately called AtticPro, and told them we were OK for the night, but needed to have them send out an electrician to find and fix the problem. I was not all that concerned once we got the garage door closed because I knew that, working in the attic, there was a possibility that some cable could be pushed or pulled, creating a problem somewhere that would need to be traced and repaired. Unfortunately, that's where everything fell apart. The person who showed up spent 6 hours basically flipping all the breakers on and off, trying to figure out what circuit was affected. By the time he gave up, my internet router was blown (shorted out due to multiple power surges), my irrigation system timing system transformer was fried, and every electric clock in the house had to be reset. I called the company, described the problem, and requested that they please send a certified electrician who knew what the heck he was doing. They did, the next day, and he sorted out the problem in a couple of hours, advised us on some additional circuit work we should consider, and confirmed that our router and our irrigation system were both blown. We work at home -- it was a significant impact to try work using our phones as "hot spots" while awaiting the delivery of a new router from the provider, which took 4 days because the problem occurred on a Saturday. So, Ricky and team? AAA+++ Company decision to send an amateur to diagnose an electrical problem, who then created more electrical problems and cost we will have to incur to replace the irrigation system? F for bad management judgment.