Insulation FAQ’s

Is this attic insulation safe for people? Yes, this natural-fiber insulation is safe for use around humans and pets. Is this fiber insulation safe for the environment?Yes, we treat all our insulation with boric acid and other proprietary formulations that produce an insulation that is completely environmentally friendly. Will the insulation help with bugs? This…
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Mold Removal FAQ

Understanding mold issues, mold effects and especially proper mold removal are of utmost importance for a healthy home. What do you do to the wood after treatment? We apply natural borate to treat and protect the wood (we are one of the few places in New York licensed to do so). Not only is this…
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Bats FAQs

Bats have an undeserved poor reputation: these flying mammals actually make human life on Earth much better than it would be without them. More than 1,300 bat species around the world eat an incredible number of insects, including some bugs that wreak havoc on farms and agriculture. Other bats help pollinate plants. Tropical bats that…
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Termite FAQs

Did you know that, as bad as a termite swarm feels when it’s happening in your home, if you just wait about half an hour, the termites will die? (All you need to do now is clean up their tiny carcasses and call Nature’s Way right away to stop a second swarming incident before it…
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FAQ’s About Fleas

Fleas. They seem to be practically indestructible (just try crushing one between your thumb and forefinger if you don’t believe us). They can cause annoying bites on humans and pets and, more critically, spread some relatively serious conditions to one’s pets, such as Flea Allergy Dermatitis. If a puppy or kitten is overrun by fleas,…
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FAQ’s About Ticks

Ticks are getting a lot of bad “press” lately and understandably so: the bite from a tick can lead to serious diseases such as Lyme disease, a condition that is curable but is highly debilitating. If you get Lyme disease, you can expect recovery to take months. But are all ticks carriers of Lyme disease?…
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Bedbug FAQ’s

How can I tell if I have bed bugs? Check yourself for bites that are in rows, first off. You can also lift up your sheets and check the lips of your mattresses for small black dots (that’s not the bug, it’s the bug’s fecal matter). You can also call us if you are unsure….
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Mosquito FAQs

Why do mosquitos bite humans? Mosquitos bite other mammals in addition to people. Only female mosquitos go after mammals (male mosquitos don’t bite) in order to let their eggs mature before laying them. The females actually take no nourishment from the blood; like males, females get their energy from plant nectars, similar to honeybees. Why…
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