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How Do Rats Get into My Home?

October 20th, 2021

Rats are not only a nuisance, but they are also destructive animals that can spread diseases harmful to us and to our pets. Here, we will briefly discuss the most common ways rats can enter a home and how you can identify them. If you live in Tampa, you will want to hire Tampa rat […]


What to Do About Nuisance Pigeons

September 22nd, 2021

Whether they are nesting in your chimney or nesting in your attic space, pigeons aren’t animals you want lingering around your home. If you think you have a pigeon issue, we have four steps you can take to get rid of the problem. 1. Get An Inspection The first step in dealing with bird removal […]

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Dangers of DIY Raccoon Removal

September 8th, 2021

Raccoon removal is best left to the professionals. Taking it on as a DIY project can put you and your family at risk of getting hurt or sick, and you probably won’t eradicate the issue on your own. Here are a few reasons why you should consider hiring a wildlife removal professional instead of trying […]

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Tips for Selecting a Bird Control Company

August 25th, 2021

Birds are beautiful to see out on a walk blending in with nature, but when they enter your home, they can become a nightmare. Hire a bird control company that you can trust to remove them from your property quickly, efficiently, and legally. Here are some tips to help you find the best bird removal […]

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3 Questions to Ask a Wildlife Removal Company Before You Hire Them

August 11th, 2021

When you hire a wildlife removal company, you want to make sure they are not only removing the wildlife from your property but also ensuring that it doesn’t return. Here are the questions you should ask before you hire a wildlife removal company to make sure they will get the job done right. 1. What […]

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Dealing With Rodents in Restaurants

July 28th, 2021

If you own a restaurant in the Tampa Bay area, you know rodents can become a headache that detracts you from what’s most important: running your business. Although you are in the food industry, and food attracts rodents, you can take several steps to decrease the chances of getting a rodent infestation. Here, we cover […]

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Why Hire A Professional for Dead Rat Removal

July 14th, 2021

If you suspect you have dead rats in your home or attic, you may think this will be an easy issue to fix, but not so fast. Dead rats still carry bacteria that could put your health at risk. When you hire professional rat removal in Fort Myers, not only will they resolve your dead […]

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How to Identify & Remove Termites

June 30th, 2021

What makes Florida a fantastic place to live for us, is also what makes it a great home for termites. Termites love the climate of Southwest Florida and who can blame them? We are sure you are aware that termites can cause a lot of property damage, but in case you still have difficulties spotting […]

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Common Nuisance Wildlife Found in the Tampa Bay Area

June 10th, 2021

We all love seeing wildlife while out and about in Tampa Bay, but that doesn’t mean we want creatures following us home. You are probably aware of rodents as common pests, but do you know the other types of animals that can be a nuisance to you? From armadillos to raccoons to bats to Muscovy […]

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Types of Rats in The Tampa Bay Area and How to Get Rid of Them

May 19th, 2021

If you are finding rodent droppings in your house, hearing noises in the attic, or finding gnawing marks in furniture or cords, you may suspect rats. But do you know which kind? Here, we briefly summarize the three common types of rats in the Tampa Bay area and how to get rid of them with […]

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