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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.

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Get Rid of Birds Making Nests

Written by Frank on . Posted in SWAT News

Call SWAT – Your Bird Nesting Deterrent Team

Your bird nesting deterrent team is SWAT Services.Springtime is finally here in Georgia! We’re not the only one’s who warmly welcome this time of year, animals love it too. Spring is nesting season for birds, squirrels, and other little critters who want to nest in your home. In Georgia it is not uncommon to find birds nesting in gutters but that’s not the only place they like to nest. At SWAT Services we handle all kinds of wildlife control problems and we have seen just about every scenario that you can think of. Let’s take a look at problems and solutions for common bird nesting complications that occur in Georgia.

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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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