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02Feb

The Different Types of Pest Control and Benefits and Drawbacks

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Monitoring the amount of pests and critters in your home or business is critical to keeping it clean. Critters and rodents can become a nuisance to anyone and their proper maintenance is of paramount importance. We have all seen a few ants or a cockroach in the kitchen and dealt with the trash fallen over […]
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19Dec

Can animals get into my HVAC system and what damage can that cause?

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Heating, venting, and air conditioning systems (more commonly known as HVAC) are prevalent everywhere in homes across the United States. They control temperature, humidity, and air quality in an enclosed space. Small critters are liable to enter through openings or by damaging the exterior to enter on their own. Mice, rats, squirrels, chipmunks, cats, opossums, […]
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07Dec

Does Crawl Space Encapsulation help keep out animals?

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The process of protecting your home from interior and exterior threats is extensive. Most homeowners are aware of the insulation that keeps the house warm in the winter or covering windows to prevent critters from entering the house. A full encapsulation of your crawl space can also be an effective method to prevent an infestation. […]
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07Dec

A brief guide to the types of Squirrels in North Carolina

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A quick question which you can use to stump your friends at the bar next time: how many types of squirrels exist in the world? The answer is over 200. The Tar Heel state is home to five of those: gray, red, fox, southern flying, and northern flying squirrels. When we think of squirrels in […]
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18Oct

How To Tell If You Have Mice in Your Attic

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The last thing that you want to do is to share your North Carolina home with mice. Mice, on the other hand, find our homes to be quite inviting and comfortable. Mice are more than a mild aggravation, they are destructive little critters that can wreak havoc on your home and possessions. They can also […]
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23Sep

Why Does My Home Smell Musty?

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You likely understand it when someone mentions basement smell. It’s that damp, musty, stale odor that seems to hang in many basements. There’s nothing quite as unpleasant as having that musty smell permeate your home. It can settle into your clothes, blankets, curtains, carpets, and just about everything else you own. Besides being unpleasant, musty […]
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12Aug

Safeguard Your Home and Yard Against Invasive Animals This Fall

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As the summer heat starts to fade and the leaves begin to change colors, it’s time to think about completing some fall projects. You’ll likely be putting away the summer toys, cleaning up debris around the yard, and sprucing up your home’s exterior. Another task that you may want to undertake is preventing animals seeking […]
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26Jul

10 Amazing Facts About Bats You Never Knew

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Bats are among the most unique creatures on the planet. They’ve long been associated with dark, scary nights, horror films, Halloween, and vampires, but that’s all Hollywood myth. The real story about bats is much more positive. These amazing animals are quite beneficial because they feed on insects, pollinate plants, and disperse seeds. There’s a […]
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07Jun

What Kind of Animals Get Into Crawlspaces?

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CREATURES IN YOUR CRAWLSPACE! While this sounds like the title of a cheesy horror movie, the safety of your home and its occupants can be threatened by unwanted invaders in the crawlspace under your feet. From opossums, to rodents, to insects, to feral cats, a wide variety of creatures see a crawlspace as an idyllic […]
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27Apr

Why Are There Ants in My Kitchen?

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Left, right, left, right, left, right. A line of ants, as adorable as they can seem to a child, can mean horror to the parent. This is especially true in the kitchen, where clean and healthy surfaces are necessary for proper food preparation. Unfortunately, even the most sanitized kitchens can still attract ants, and, depending […]
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