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Doing Rat Removal The Right Way

By Derick McChesney | December 19, 2022

The presence of rats in your home can be the worst nightmare. These unwelcome visitors carry diseases and can pose a serious health hazard to your family. Also, they can be incredibly destructive and contaminate food when they come in contact with it. It is, therefore, necessary to eradicate them from your place instantly. Unfortunately,…

The Benefits of Attic Restoration Services

By Derick McChesney | November 16, 2022

Are you considering restoring your attic? For many people, their attics is a neglected areas of their homes. Their roof space is often somewhere that is either left completely untouched or only used when they run out of room for storage in other areas of their property. But whether your attic is currently a wasted…

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This Is Your Brain On Wildlife Removal

By Derick McChesney | November 16, 2022

Society’s relationship with wildlife is a complicated one. Many people love animals and adore their pets, but their feelings are often less clear-cut when it comes to wildlife. It’s fair to say that most people do like wildlife, but this is because it is a type of wildlife that they find interesting or cute, and…

Wildlife Removal Why Humane Is A Great Choice

By Derick McChesney | October 18, 2022

Have you discovered a wild animal in your home? It could be in the yard or it might be inside the house itself. It’s not uncommon for animals to climb walls and make a nest in an attic space if they can find a way inside. It’s important to deal with a situation like this…

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What To Do When You Encounter Wildlife Pests In Your Home 

By Derick McChesney | October 18, 2022

A wide variety of wildlife pests could find their way into your home. Some animals that love to nest on your property commonly include pigeons, raccoons, rats, and many other rodents.  All of these animals typically enter your house through breaches in its structure. Whether this is a hole in the roof or an exposed…

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3 Advantages Of Contacting An Animal Control Service 

By Derick McChesney | September 16, 2022

Have you discovered a wild animal in your home? It could be in the yard or it might be inside the house itself. It’s not uncommon for animals to climb walls and make a nest in an attic space if they can find a way inside. It’s important to deal with a situation like this…

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5 Things You Need To Know When You See A Raccoon

By Derick McChesney | September 16, 2022

Do you commonly spot raccoons near or around your home? Perhaps they wander into your garden during the day or at night? If so, then there are a few things you should know about these furry little garbage thieves.  Raccoons Are Not Friendly Or Tame  Raccoons in the wild or your yard can seem friendly…

What Are The Most Common Forms Of Demolition?

By Derick McChesney | August 16, 2022

Are you trying to remove an old structure from your land without affecting the surrounding wildlife? SWAT Wildlife can help you with humane demolition services. Read on to find out about the most common forms of demolition available with SWAT Wildlife.   What Are Demolition Services? Demolition services are companies like SWAT Wildlife that help…

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How would you pick a raccoon removal company? 

By Derick McChesney | August 16, 2022

As a homeowner, you will likely go to great lengths to keep your home safe. For example, you may have invested in several home security measures such as alarm systems and video doorbells. However, these protocols don’t always come in handy when dealing with unwanted visitors such as raccoons and other forms of wildlife.  …

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Why Is The Pigeon Netting Essential For Balconies?

By Derick McChesney | July 30, 2022

Peacocks and kingfishers are gorgeous, but they’re also deadly to humans. Seagulls and pigeons can leave filthy droppings on your lawn or home. Their droppings stick and convey poisonous chemicals, germs, and spores. Common rural and urban birds carry more than 50 diseases, including influenza, pneumonia, and salmonella. Bacteria in bird droppings and feces pose…

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