Our advisors and installation crews spend a lot of time in houses. We use ladders and power tools and crawl around underneath and above homes, especially attics. We look for air leaks, low insulation levels, electrical concerns, and other hazards. Safety is a great concern, and occasionally we come across the unexpected; such as sharks.
I’m sure that air leakage from the electrical box is providing plenty of nice indoor air smells, steak cooking, people sleeping. Seal those leaks and I’m guessing the sharks won’t be so interested. More insulation in this space is needed too. Summertime air conditioners have to work twice as hard when there’s so little insulation and air sealing in your attic. When you want to keep the conditioned air conditioned, hot or cold, putting a good cap on your home is a great start. What shark would stick around after that? No good indoor smells, no cool air, not a great place to hang out.
If you have sharks in your attic consider a home performance assessment, it’s a great way to take a bite out of your high energy bills and make a home more comfortable and safe.