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Noise Inside The Wall? What Is It?

Brad Gates
Publication date:
November 20, 2019
Article Summary: 

In this blog post, the author discusses the possible sources of noise inside the walls of a house, such as plumbing issues, electrical problems, and pests. The author specifically focuses on the noise caused by wildlife infestation and describes how the sounds produced by different animals can help identify the type of pest. For example, the scurrying and scratching sounds could indicate a rodent infestation, while thumping and heavy footsteps could be a sign of a larger animal like a raccoon. The author emphasizes the importance of addressing the issue promptly, as wildlife infestations can cause significant damage to the property and pose health risks to the occupants. The post concludes by advising homeowners to contact a professional wildlife removal service if they suspect a pest problem in their home.


noise, wall, plumbing, electrical, pests, wildlife infestation, scurrying, scratching, rodents, thumping, footsteps, raccoon, damage, health risks, professional wildlife removal service.

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Brad Gates
Noise Inside The Wall? What Is It?
November 20, 2019
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