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Why Environmental Pest Control Matters for Pets

How Environmental Pest Control Keeps Your Pets Safe and Healthy Maybe you own a Border Collie, or a Siamese kitten, or even a pet alligator (we don’t judge). We know you treat your pets like family, and only want the best for them. Here at Killingsworth we love our pets so much, we even gave our dogs jobs as pest detection specialists. They’re actually really good at what they do,

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Organic Lawn Care Tips to Treat Your Yard Like a Pro

Get a Professional-Looking Yard with These 7 Organic Lawn Care Tips If you dream of having a yard that could rival the front lawn of the Biltmore Estate, you’re in luck! It’s easy to assume your lawn could never look that good, considering the amount of maintenance the Biltmore grounds require — especially if you’re only interested in using organic lawn care methods.  However, we’re here to tell you it’s

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DIY Pest Control for Springtime Pests

Simple DIY Pest Control Tips to Prepare for Spring Pests We can all agree that one of the best parts about winter is that the bugs die off. While pests in the South aren’t completely eliminated each season thanks to mild winters, they’re generally dormant or less active. In the spring, however, pests come out of hibernation and begin breeding. In this article, we’ll provide you with our DIY pest

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3 Home Remedies for Mold Control

Easy Home Mold Mitigation Tips to Try Yourself Interesting fact: mold is everywhere.  Well, microscopic mold spores, that is. And with the right conditions (which may already exist in your home), these spores can quickly grow into actual mold. In fact, all mold needs to grow is oxygen and moisture, which makes areas of your home such as the bathroom, laundry room, attic and crawl space viable spaces for mold

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7 Home Damages Caused By Snow
7 Ways Snow Can Damage Your Home

7 Ways Snow Can Damage Your Home As a child, there is nothing more magical than waking up to a fresh snowfall — especially in the Carolinas. However, once you become a homeowner, snowfall becomes less of a magical landscape and more of a cause for concern. Snow and ice can cause serious damage to your home’s exterior, costing you hundreds in repairs if you’re not properly prepared.  Follow along

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The Effects of Living in a Home with Mold

How Mold Affects Your Home and Health Let’s face it, there are few things scarier than coming across mold in your home. Mold’s unsightly appearance and musty odor can mean trouble for your home, especially if it’s gone unnoticed for some time. Mold is typically found in dark, damp and undisturbed areas, such as bathrooms, behind walls, in the attic, crawlspaces and underneath staircases.  In this article, we discuss the

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