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For Wildlife Control Atlanta Calls SWAT

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Protect Your Home Against Unwelcomed Guests

For wildlife control Atlanta calls SWAT Services. With cold weather approaching, homeowners in Marietta and Cobb County need to be on the lookout for local wildlife attempting to move into their homes! Among several unwelcomed guests, squirrels are the most aggressive about moving in. As we noted in a previous article, they love to set-up shop in your attic, leading to unbelievable amounts of destruction and debris.

Other animals that would love to make their homes inside your house include chipmunks, opossums, raccoons, rats, bats, and a few others. Each brings their own potential risks, including disease from debris and droppings, destructive property damage, and attacks to family members and pets.

Raccoon Problems ?

Written by Frank on . Posted in SWAT News

Call the raccoon removal specialists at SWAT Services.Have you noticed the telltale signs of raccoons in your yard? Raccoons, along with other wildlife pests, are making their presence known in search of warm spaces and food. Raccoons are known for rummaging through garbage cans and can make quite a mess. They are very clever animals and can adapt very well to the suburban environment of Marietta GA.

Call SWAT Services for Raccoon Removal

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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 . . . )

What Customers Say ...

“Chuck from Swat Services has been what my kids call "the bug guy" for 18 years! He is always full of life and enthusiasm. He knows me and my family and actually WANTS to know how we are doing. I love having my pest control handled by a friend and not just a random guy who changes each visit. Chuck is amazing and I hope he continues coming to our home.”

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