Crawlspace Care, Carthage, NC

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We offer crawlspace care to protect your home and ward off pests.

When you live in Carthage, North Carolina or one of the nearby cities, you know just how prevalent pests can be. The warm and humid climate contributes to a higher pest population, and many of these creepy-crawlies are looking for access to shelter and water when they come sneaking into your living space. You can take steps to protect your home, but if you’re not investing in crawlspace care, you may not be able to keep pest problems at bay. But at Canady’s Termite & Pest Control, we take a comprehensive approach to pest control. Our technicians understand the relationship between a pest-free home and the condition of your crawlspace, which is why we offer crawlspace care services.

Crawlspace Care in Carthage, North Carolina

One of the biggest causes of pest problems in the crawlspace is excess moisture. But since this part of a structure has to deal with water evaporating from the bare earth, moisture is to be expected. A damp crawlspace is highly appealing to various insect species, as it provides access to water in a dark and rarely disturbed place. By taking steps to eliminate excess moisture from this level of your home, you can get rid of the pests as well. Our technicians can tackle crawlspace encapsulation and moisture control tasks.

An added bonus of crawlspace care is a more efficient home, which helps to reduce heating and cooling costs. Contact us to learn more about this service and how it can benefit your living space.

At Canady’s Termite & Pest Control, we offer crawlspace care services to those in Fayetteville, Hope Mills, Lumberton, Ocean Isle Beach, Princeton, Little River, Shallotte, Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Holden Beach, Carthage, Raeford, Spring Lake, Sanford, and Vass, North Carolina.


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