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Cold Weather Pest Control

Written by Frank on . Posted in SWAT News

Call SWAT for cold weather pest control in Marietta.

Keep Pests Out Now That Cold Weather is Here

  While some pests pack-up and leave town when cold weather arrives, not all do. There are quite a few that will seek the refuge of your Cobb County home. These pests are looking for shelter from the extreme cold along with any available feeding options.  

Don’t Let Your Home Become a Winter Pest Motel

Winter Plumbing Tips from SWAT Services

Written by Frank on . Posted in SWAT News

Winter weather not only takes a toll on your body but your pipes as well. At SWAT Services we believe that the best way to avoid a disaster is to be prepared. Follow these top winter plumbing tips so you can avoid unnecessary plumbing repairs.

Avoid Unnecessary Plumbing Repairs

Cold Weather Home Tips by SWAT

Written by Frank on . Posted in SWAT News

Get cold weather home tips from SWAT Services in Marietta.It’s no secret that the cold weather is here. And it’s no secret that the cold weather is not so kind to our homes. While you may be generally aware of the problems associated with cold weather and plumbing, here are a few refresher “cold weather tips” to mitigate any potential problems that could affect your home.

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Termite Swarming Season

This is the time of year that termites swarm (reproductive termites are forced out of their shelter tubes to mate and start new colonies) in Atlanta and surrounding areas. Swat Services provides inspection and treatment for these home invaders that do more damaged annually to homes than wind, lightning and fire. (read more . . . )

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