Faircloth Chimney Sweeps and Wildlife Removal LLC
Faircloth Chimney Sweeps and Wildlife Removal is a fully licensed and insured company that is an expert in our field.
Faircloth Chimney Sweeps and Wildlife Removal, a fully insured and licensed company, is an expert in its field. We have successfully removed countless animals from homes and businesses in Alamance County, Randolph County, and Guilford County. Whether bats have taken up residence in your attic or you're in need of waterproofing services, Faircloth can help. We provide wildlife removal, bat removal, dead animal removal, chimney sweeping, installation of stainless steel and copper chimney caps, crown repair, chimney waterproofing, flashing repair, water leaks, blocked chimneys, gutter cleaning, inspections, dryer vent cleaning, attic insulation removal, gutter lock sales and installation
Alamance is a village in Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. It is part of the Burlington, North Carolina Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 951 at the 2010 census, up from 310 at the 2000 census. == History == Alamance was the site of the largest conflict of the War of the Regulation on May 16, 1771. Governor William Tryon's decisive victory over a force of 2,000 Regulators effectively ended the war (Battle of Alamance).