Pest Insect Inspections
What: have you had a Pest Insect Inspection this year?
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You don’t want your next door neighbor to discover that you have pests before you do.
Having a Pest Insect Inspection done once a year will give you the peace of mind you deserve. Professionals will spend some time poking around every corner of your home, crawl space, attic, and yard to give you a full assessment of your situation. If you get a clean bill of health, consider signing up for a quarterly (or more frequent if necessary) preemptive spraying plan to combat any future issues. Generally, the pest experts will spray the perimeter of your home with commercial grade insecticides that will keep your home pest and insect free. We recommend these types of plans because they are generally quite cost effective and save you from the anxiety of having an infestation at some point.
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Georgia is known for termites either in or around your home. Pest and insect inspections are best to have completed two times a year.
Termites are widely regarded as a damaging pest to have in your home. Termites (they look like white ants) can cause extensive damage to the structure of a house if they are not inspected, managed or treated by qualified termite control professionals.
Termites will feed on wood 24 hours-a-day. That means a termite infestation can quickly turn into a major problem.
Make sure to protect your biggest investment in terms of money, sweat, and tears.
Another pest that seems to pop up a lot in our home inspections is squirrels.
Their teeth grow continuously, and they have to gnaw to wear their teeth down. They chew all the time, on many surfaces, including wood, and of course, nuts. They chew on wood in order to get inside a hole in a tree, or more often, a hole in the roof of a house, to get inside the attic or eaves or walls. Mother squirrels want a safe place to have a nest of young, and they love the attic.
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