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How to Prevent Termites in Your Metro Atlanta Home

Termites destructively work around the clock causing a staggering $5 billion in damages to homes each year. By the time you know they’re feasting on your home, it’s often too late. Simply put, termites are a serious threat to homeowners. However, you can use the following steps to prevent termites and stop them dead in […]

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How to Stop Mice from Entering Your Home in Acworth & Metro Atlanta

While they can be a cute class pet, seeing a mouse anywhere outside of an elementary classroom can be alarming. In addition to being terrifying, mice and rodent infestations can be surprisingly harmful to human health and cause dangerous damage to homes. These rodents gnaw at electrical wiring, leave smelly droppings inside of walls, and […]

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How to Get Rid of Ants Permanently in Your Metro Atlanta Home

From Dallas to metro Atlanta and Roswell to Woodstock, ants can invade your home at a moment’s notice. These tiny pests pack a stinging, burning bite in regions where fire ants are present, making it more important to identify and treat potential infestations at quickly as possible. Fortunately, there are several steps you can take […]

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Why You Should Continue Your Pest Control in Winter

When the weather gets colder, many people think they no longer have to worry about pest control. However, pest control in the winter is just as important as it during the warmer months. Pests look for comfortable places to live during the winter months, and there are plenty of places inside and outside your home […]

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Common Winter Pest Concerns in North Georgia

No matter where you live in northern Georgia – Acworth, Marietta, Kennesaw or anywhere in between – cold weather doesn’t mean the end of pesky bugs and critter infestations. As a matter of fact, it can be just the beginning. While the summers can be sweltering, the frosty winters can leave everyone and everything shivering […]

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Rodents: The ultimate “Terrible Tenant!”

It’s that time of year again! The cool nights of winter have your attic and wall voids looking mighty nice for a “long winters nap” for mice, roof rats, norway rats and squirrels! Who wants their shenanigans keeping you up at all hours of the night? With a few preventative measures, you can attempt to […]

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Signs Your Home May Have a Roach Problem

Cockroaches are sneaky nocturnal insects that prefer hiding in dark, moist areas throughout your home. They can get into areas you least expect — like behind your fridge, in the sink, and other appliances. If you believe you have a roach problem in your home, you should learn how to spot the signs of cockroaches, […]

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Most Common Ways Bugs Enter your Home

When you have bugs and pests enter your home, it can be incredibly frustrating. Bugs will often enter our homes looking for food sources or trying to find warmth. Healthy Home Termite & Pest Control recommends checking the following places to ensure that bugs can’t get into your home. How Bugs Can Get Into your […]

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How Does Eco-Friendly Pest Control Work?

If you have an infestation in your home and are not keen on using pesticides, you do have other options. At Healthy Home Termite and Pest Control, we offer eco-friendly pest control services, to control your pest problem in your Atlanta area home. Find out how natural pest control works and contact the professionals at […]

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Protecting your Atlanta Home from Squirrels & Other Pests

Dealing with squirrels and pests in your Atlanta home can be incredibly frustrating. In many cases, we don’t even know that they’ve invaded our space until they cause a serious issue. That’s because they prefer to hide in places we don’t usually explore: inside walls, crawl spaces, attics, and basements. They can get in through […]

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