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It may have started out as a little hill in the garden, or maybe a soft, sinking spot as you walked in the grass, but now you’re seeing tunnels zig-zagging the yard and you’re, wondering, do I have moles? Or maybe voles? And you’re also likely wondering — what’s the difference between them anyway? The […]
One of the best parts of living here in the Triad area is being outside when the weather warms. For many residents though, mosquitoes can ruin that enjoyment with itchy bites and, sadly, even mosquito-borne illnesses. Critter Control of the Triad, serving Forsyth, Guilford and Alamance counties and the greater Triad, has a few tips […]
It can be a frightening experience to see or hear a rodent in your home. Rodents are the largest group of mammals – including rats, mice, squirrels, chipmunks and voles (but NOT moles) to name a few. Rodents invade tens of millions of homes in the US each year, so you are not alone. You […]
Many of our clients notice bats near or in their homes during the summer months. They give us a call and expect the bats to be removed immediately. Unfortunately, laws prevent us from removing bats during June and July. Let’s take a look at why bats are protected. Bats are very beneficial to our environment. […]
Raccoons and attics go as well together as water and a grease fire. Be sure to stay aware of these furry bandits, as they would love to make your North Carolina home’s attic their new abode. Raccoons are harmless mammals when living in the wild, but things change when they break into an attic. Why […]
Bats! It’s prime bat season now. These flying mammals are busy eating mosquitos and other insects at night and then leaving guano in your attic by day. Often the guano not only falls inside your attic or walls, but it may also fall outside on your deck or driveway. It’s great to have bats near […]