That’s right! We’re the new pest exterminator in the Town of Supply North Carolina. We’ve expanded our operations to better accommodate the residents and business owners of Brunswick County so we’re not just in Wilmington NC anymore.
You’re probably seen our trucks all around the Brunswick County region of North Carolina. We have a habit of showing up shortly after the pests do! At least for those pests that set up housekeeping in the residence of a homeowner savvy enough to know to call Bug-N-A-Rug Exterminators. We know you want your pest problem remedied quickly and affordably and we do just that. Whether you’re having a problem with bed bugs, fleas and ticks, termites, mosquitoes or rodents of any type, call our Brunswick County Office at 910-754-9700 and we’ll come take a look.
It comes as a surprise to many that not all pests have legs or wings. In fact, one of the most commonly found pests in a home is excess moisture. This can cause serious damage to the underlying structure of any home. Over a billion dollars in damage is caused to homes by moisture problem every year in this country. Problems start with molds and peeling paint then progress into major damage like rotting and crumbling floor joists.
Moisture may be hidden in places like the backside of dry wall, wallpaper, paneling, the top side of ceiling tiles, and the underside of carpets and pads. Other possible locations of hidden moisture include areas inside walls around pipes (with leaking or condensing pipes), the surface of walls behind furniture (where condensation forms), inside ductwork, and in roofing materials above ceiling tiles due to roof leaks or insufficient insulation.
If you suspect you have moisture problems – maybe you smell mildew in your home but can’t quite pinpoint where it’s coming from – give us a call or send an email and we’ll come to your home and do an inspection. With the use of dehumidifiers and foundation power vents along with installing plastic moisture barriers, we can pinpoint the cause and protect your home from incurring lasting damage from excess moisture.