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Raleigh, Cary and Durham homeowners work hard to make their homes attractive. But in some cases, they should do the exact opposite. When it comes to keeping rodents and insects out of the house, homeowners need to create a less welcoming environment. Here’s how: Plug holes. Animals come into homes looking for food and shelter. […]
An insect sting can result in anything from a minor annoyance to a life-threatening condition. Make sure you know what to do if you have an unfortunate tangle with a bee, wasp or hornet this summer in the Raleigh, NC area. When bees buzz around you, they aren’t trying to sting. More likely, they have […]
Your house is built to be a dry, safe, and comfortable place to live. Is it any wonder wildlife such as rodents, squirrels, bats and insects feel the same way? Animals instinctively seek shelter from predators, and often look for quiet, deserted, and dark places, particularly for raising their babies—that just happen to be in […]
Nothing ruins a playtime in the back yard faster than getting stung by an insect. Once the injury has been addressed (we recommend ice cream as part of the treatment plan), as a homeowner, you may wonder—how can you keep that from happening again?
Noises coming from the walls or attic in your house? Dark, clumpy droppings on your eaves or in the attic? A strong musty or ammonia-like smell coming from that same area? These are definite signs that you have a critter in your house—most likely a bat, which are common in the Raleigh, NC area. The […]
Having a garden is one of the best things about the Raleigh, Triangle and Durham areas. But of course, as a gardener, dedicating your time for its development and growth can create a heavy workload. One of the biggest challenges that gardeners have to deal with is wildlife damage. Animals of all shapes and sizes […]
Wildlife visitors in the Spring It’s Spring, which means you can be on the lookout for warmer weather, flowers in bloom, and seasonal fruits in harvest. In North Carolina, you can also be mindful of the fact that several animal neighbors awaken and enjoy these Spring benefits. Binoculars are not a necessity to view the […]
Spring brings new life for flowers, plants, and animals across Raleigh, NC and the Triangle area. Each year in February, early March and April, various types of wildlife come back to their natural habitats from hibernation and migration. Several types of insect, mammal, amphibian, and reptile species return from their burrows and nests during these […]
Preventing Wildlife Property Damage Animals are well-equipped with the tools and skills needed to access entry points within homes and other properties. Rodents, birds, insects and certain types of amphibian species are common animal breeds that are prone to entering through windows, chimneys, in addition to attic and basement spaces. Factors such as temperature, climate […]