Do You Have Animals in Your Attic?

Are you hearing noises in your attic? It could be your over-active imagination – after all, it is almost Halloween – but it might just be the real deal. Putting paranormal activity aside, it’s possible you’ve got animals in your attic. In fact, we receive many calls about nuisance wildlife in the attic this time…
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5 Reasons to Continue Pest Control in the Winter

Many homeowners believe that pest control isn’t important in winter. They reason that, during the coldest months of the year, pest activity appears to be almost nonexistent. Unfortunately, pest problems can remain an issue year-round, and neglecting pest control in the winter can lead to serious infestations. Here are five important reasons to schedule a…
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Is Your Attic Pest Proof?

Insects and nuisance wildlife are experts at entering our homes, and they often do so via the attic. Mice, rats, squirrels and bats are the most common attic pests, but ants, spiders, stink bugs, cockroaches, and other insects are a close second. These unwanted guests enter our homes because it’s warm and we have lots…
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Attic Insulation R-Value

Most attics are under insulated. The Department of Energy recommends an R-Value of R-49 for our region, which includes Albany, Saratoga and Lake George, up to Plattsburgh NY and into Western Vermont. What is R-Value? It’s the numeric measure of resistance to heat transfer. The higher the R-Value, the better the resistance to heat transfer….
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