Animal Removal Service Charlotte, NC
Our services include animal capture, nuisance wild animal control, dead animal removal, animal trapping and eliminating animals from your office or home. Our animal control experts are able to handle any type of wild animal situation, ranging from raccoons and squirrels to birds and bats. We also provide varmint control for those occasional alligator or snake problems. For each unwanted wildlife situation you have, we will identify what the point of entry was, remove or trap the animal, and then get animal damage prevention strategies implemented through repairing the area as well as getting rid of the entry for the unwanted wildlife to invade your space. We offer affordable and efficient solutions for the more common nuisance wildlife situations. The bat control services that we offer include bat trapping, bat removal and bat proofing; we can help keep bats out permanently. We also can help you get rid of rodents, raccoons, squirrels, and any other type of animal that you might have to deal with. Our specialty is raccoons, and with our effective raccoon trapping strategies, raccoon removal and raccoon control we can help keep the raccons away for you. We are experts as well in getting rid of squirrel problems with our squirrel trapping, squirrel removal and squirrel control techniques. Mice removal and mice control is also something that we can help you with. We can prevent the mice from returning and show you how to keep them out. If you have any raccoons, mice or squirrels, our Buzz Away professionals can help with all your critter removal problems!
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Information On Charlotte, NC
Charlotte is nicknamed the “Queen City” for good reason. The city calls its own shots and does not follow anybody’s footsteps. For example, Charlotte folks refer to their downtown as their “Uptown”. The city’s name symbol has a crown on top of it. They have an angry hornet as their basketball team’s mascot. It does not matter if you were born and raised here, or have just moved from somewhere else, or are just traveling through, you don’t know Charlotte until you learn about some of the city’s colorful history that defined what it is today.
On the outside, Charlotte looks modern and new. However, it is rich in history. The Old South has deep roots going all the way back to the time prior to the American Revolution. It was not until after the Civil War, when the city became a junction for the railroad and a hub for the cotton mill, that the New South started to emerge.
Charlotte is now considered one of the country’s biggest financial hubs. It boasts a growth rate that can rival that of any other city in the U.S. People from around the country and the world come to Charlotte everyday.
The city is non-stop. It continues to evolve with so much energy and potential that it draws people in. You can’t help but want to be a part of it so that you can make your own mark on the city.
Why Call It “The Queen City”?
This moniker alludes to the fact that its community is older than the country itself.
Back in the days when the colonies were still ruled by King George III, people from Europe settled here in 1768 and created a charter. They anointed their new home with the name “Charlotte” after the wife of King George, who was Queen Charlotte. The area around the town was named Mecklenburg, which is to honor the Queen’s birth city in Germany.
Where Did The Uptown Come From?
The heart of the city, the Center City, still consists of square blocks grouped together in a grid pattern. This was how the town began back in the colonial days. The main street, Tryon Street, was named after the state’s first governor of the colony, William Tryon. You can see this on a map.
It is interesting to note that Tryon Street runs diagonally parallel to a low ridgeline and does not line up with the compass like other colonies. The reason for this is that the street follows an important trading route, called the Nations Path, of many native American tribes at that time, including the Catawba. The route started in the state of Georgia and went up towards the Chesapeake Bay. When you drive on Interstate 85, you are traveling this trade route.
This leads to why Charlotte calls its downtown its “Uptown.” It’s because of Tyron Street running along this ridgeline. If you go to the very heart of the city where Independence Square is, from any direction, you will be gradually traveling upward.