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The Correct Way to Rid Yourself of Rodents

By Mike on December 12, 2017

If you’ve found evidence that your home is experiencing a rodent infestation (or is about to), you need to take action immediately. Maybe you’ve heard the stirrings of small creatures in your attic, or discovered rodent feces in your attic. Regardless of where you have a animal problem, it needs to be addressed. Some homeowners,

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How I Started Clean Crawls: Chuck’s Story

By Mike on August 1, 2017

Over the years a lot of people have asked me how I got into animal exclusion and why I started Clean Crawls. The answer to those questions requires a little story I would love to share with you going back over thirty-three years. It all started during the Cold War in 1984 and my time

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How to Know When Your Attic Insulation Needs Replacing

By Mike on February 15, 2016

A well-insulated attic is a happy attic. If the attic is happy, so is the rest of the home! They are just like the head that sits on top of your shoulders; if you’ve got a headache, the rest of the body usually suffers too. Noticing chilly drafts in the house, scratching heard through the

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How to Avoid Seattle’s Growing Rat Problem

By Mike on September 21, 2015

Seattle’s rat population has recently undergone exponential growth. While the rodent count is still a weak match to that of New York City or Chicago, a recent survey listed the Seattle-Tacoma area as one of the top twelve U.S. cities with an overwhelming rat population. Why the Rodent Rise? Most major U.S. cities have had to

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