Overview

Chimney swifts are migratory birds found throughout North, South, and Central America. The bird's common name comes from its habit of nesting in chimneys. They travel in flocks of thousands and migrate in the late summer and early spring. Chimney swifts become problematic when their nests interfere with the use of chimneys.

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12/12/2019
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12/12/2019
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12/12/2019
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12/12/2019
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12/12/2019
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12/12/2019
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12/12/2019
Michael Goldschmidt continues to provide excellent service in keeping my attic free of critters and keeping the moles at bay. He explains the treatments provided and answers any questions I have. He is always pleasant, courteous and professional.
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12/12/2019
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