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Critter Control of Palm Beach
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There's a town in the Netherlands trying to be more welcoming to bats! Check out the story here from The Next Web #FridayFunFact http://bit.ly/2lcMtq4
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Shout-out to Melanie W. for the rave review! We love when we can make things clear and easy for our clients! #TestimonialTuesday http://bit.ly/2y1SU6I
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Did you know that there is 100% financing available for our clients? Nothing should keep you from feeling safe and comfortable in your home. http://bit.ly/2wuow4R
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When a family of squirrels has moved into your home, the best thing you can do is call your local Critter Control specialists! http://bit.ly/2yfL0YC
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Aggressive raccoons in Massachusetts attack and injured residents! Even though raccoons can sometimes look like friendly pets, they are dangerous creatures! See the full story on WCVB Channel 5 Boston >> http://bit.ly/2Jna45S
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Are you aware of these common myths about raccoons? Find out the truth about these furry critters on our blog >>http://bit.ly/2JHefZm
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Just because termites have been on the planet for over 200 million years, doesn't mean they are allowed to take over your house. Call for you inspection today! 561-274-0224 http://bit.ly/2FmYDpu
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Did you know you can get a free home inspection? Give us a call today and we'll make sure your home is good to go for the summer so you can relax. http://bit.ly/2BfzAWp
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If you have recently had a little furry intruder, allow us to come in and clean up any droppings they left behind! The safety of your family is always our number one priority http://bit.ly/2zXNjN5
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What a milestone! Hopefully this will continue to help with declining mammal populations in the wetlands! http://bit.ly/2klQ8RG
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