Mold Remediation

An unwanted animal infestation in your wall or attic can bring a lot of headaches. Besides the removal of the animal itself, homeowners often have to contend with cleaning up after the mess the animal made. Raccoons, squirrels, mice, and especially bats can destroy insulation and wreak havoc in your attic. How Animal Problems Become […]

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Fleas and Flea Treatments

A flea infestation can be a real occasion of misery for your household. Besides causing serious irritation to your pets, they can spread into carpet and other upholstered areas and may begin feeding on the resident humans for their blood feasts. Historically, fleas have also been transmitters of major diseases, most notably the Black Plague […]

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What is Exclusion Trapping?

What is exclusion trapping? Exclusion trapping is a type of live trapping where an animal is trapped at its point of entry into a structure. It is opposed to ground trapping, where a baited trap is simply placed on the open ground in hopes that the target animal will go into it. Exclusion trapping has […]

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What is a Rat Wall?

Who doesn’t love a summer barbecue with friends out on the deck or patio? As it turns out, humans aren’t the only creatures who like to hang around the deck! Decks, patios, sheds and other external structures provide ideal locations for animal dens. Animals such as groundhogs, skunks, opossums and raccoons like to burrow beneath […]

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A Sad Day for Michigan’s Bats

For years, wildlife specialists and the Michigan DNR have been attentively watching Michigan’s bat population for signs of the deadly White Nosed Syndrome, known as WNS. WNS is a fungal disease that has decimated bat populations in New York and other states. The disease is spread from state to state as the brown bats migrate […]

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Mice can get big, folks!

With warmer temperatures, mammals have woken up from dormancy and are getting active. With rodents giving birth to young, there is a surge of rodent activity and it is not uncommon at this time of year to deal with squirrels or mice getting into attics. A common mistake we encounter when people call with a […]

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New Invasive Cockroach Hits New York

It started last winter when an exterminator in New York City noticed a strange looking cockroach in a bait station in a Manhattan apartment complex. After subsequent unsuccessful attempts to exterminate the strange looking cockroaches, a sample roach was passed on until it came to cockraoch experts at Rutgers University, who positively identified the mysterious […]

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