WILDLIFE REMOVAL SERVICES, Weddington, North Carolina
At Buzz Away we specialize in pest removal and solving a range of wildlife critter problems The services we offer 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!
Wildlife Animal Removal Service Weddington, NC
- Weddington NC Squirrel removal service
- Bat removal Weddington
- Racoon critter control
- Armadillos removal
- Bee hive removal service
- Ducks & Bird animal removal
- Opossum pest removal
- Snake removal service
- Skunk wildlife control
- Flying squirrels
- Dead animal removal services
- Gutter cleaning service
- Attic restorations
The old adage of “Home is where the heart is,” is a simple saying that provides us with an explanation of why Weddington has, for so many years, been home for so many.
The Town of Weddington is located in the northwestern part of Union County. In 1842, Union County was formed by North Carolina’s General Assembly by taking parts of the existing counties of Anson and Mecklenburg. Weddington also is part of Sandy Ridge Township. Its lineage comes from the old militia districts which were in existence before 1869. If you were to check out your GPS map guide or an atlas, you will find that the center of the town is situated at the intersection of NC 84 and NC 16 (also called Providence Road). Since the earliest colonial times, this section of Union County has been renowned for its fertile farmland. For ages, the Waxhaw Indians thrived there, long before the first settlers started to arrive from Scotland, Wales, England and Germany. To truly understand how this community got started, you need to go all the way back to the post American Revolution era, when Reuben Boswell, who was a war veteran who fought for independence, helped to settle the area.
As the decades went by, Union County played an important role in the history of the nation. In 1846 it provided many troops to fight in the Mexican War. In the Civil War, from 1861 to 1865, twelve companies of troops were sent. During the Reconstruction era, Union County went through tough economic times due to there being fewer markets for its locally grown cotton. However, the future started to look bright as the years continued to pass, especially when the railroad was completed in 1874. Reuben B. Wedding had become a prominent citizen in the area by 1890 and helped to build a new church on land that had been previously donated by his grandfather. That, in addition to other generous financial donations to the church, as well as the school operated by the church, caused the members to rename Sandy Ridge Methodist Episcopal Church and call it Weddington Methodist Church. This resulted in the community surrounding the church to takes it name, which is how Weddington officially became part of the map.