Wildlife Evictors one of 85 businesses getting permits in Cherokee
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Shinya Coulter is the owner of Wildlife Evictors, a residential and commercial pest removal business in Canton. Coulter was one of 85 business owners getting their working papers around Cherokee County during the month of September. <br>Staff/Todd Hull
Shinya Coulter is the owner of Wildlife Evictors, a residential and commercial pest removal business in Canton. Coulter was one of 85 business owners getting their working papers around Cherokee County during the month of September.
Staff/Todd Hull
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CANTON — Shinya Coulter says if he has anything to say about it, all the varmints living in Cherokee County homes won’t be getting too comfortable.

Coulter was one of 85 business owners getting their working papers around Cherokee County during the month of September, with his new company Wildlife Evictors, a pest removal service based in Canton.

September’s 85 business licenses counted as a 37 percent increase over September 2012, when just 62 permits were issued.

For Matthew A. Thomas, Canton’s economic development coordinator, the increase might just be a sign of better times for people like Coulter.

“It indicates our economy coming back to life, more investor confidence, and that our area is an attractive place to open a business,” Thomas said. “Hopefully, we will continue to see more of this upward trend.”

Even with experts saying the economy is seeing progress, Coulter said it was intimidating to start his business in a slow-recovering climate.

“It was very scary,” he said. “But I have total confidence in myself and my abilities. If I’m going to do something, I’m going to give it everything I got.”

No matter how scary taking the plunge into owning a business for himself was, Coulter said after being in the wildlife removal “game” for about five years, the time was right to go it alone.

“It was a long-needed step,” he said. “It was just time.”

As of yet, Coulter said things are going well, with critters turning tail and running regularly.

“So far, so good,” he said. “I’m not working every day, but I am working. I’m not going into debt and my bills are getting paid.”

Operating under the slogan “We get ’em out .… for good,” Wildlife Evictors specializes in removing all manner of what Coulter calls simply “varmints,” which include rats, bats, snakes, squirrels, raccoons, opossums, moles, voles and more.

“Any kind of rodents or critters that might get in the house and do damage to your house, we come evict them out, lock them out,” he said.

Coulter said he does that by trapping and sealing any nook or cranny such a creature could use to weasel their way into a house, and, if any openings on the homes are needed for ventilation, he covers them with a galvanized mesh.

After he’s done, Coulter said he offers a five-year warranty guaranteeing the pests won’t be back.

“When I seal up a house, I’m making sure I never have to come back again,” he said. “I’ve been in the game for a long time, watching how they get in, how they maneuver around stuff that’s been put on, so I’m cutting all those corners off from the very beginning.”

Considering his experience and determination, Coulter said the varmints in Cherokee County would do well to accept their fate.

“Stay in the woods where you belong,” he warned.

In addition to Wildlife Evictors, other businesses which received licenses in Cherokee County in September include:

Cherokee County:

Mike Chumley Construction Services

Concrete Plus

Melissa Flaherty

Woodstock Corn Hole Games

Wake-Up Made Up & Electrolysis by Vanessa

Meier Media LLC

Miller Residential Properties

Lewis and Son Tree Service

Cadena Automotive Service

GPF Properties LLC

528 M and R LLC

Simple Neat Stuff LLC

Carlton Contracting LLC

Premier Property Preservation LLC

Brian’s Motor Works LLC

Lundy Engineering Group LLC

Poetry Soup

Petals 2 Metals

Meno Enterprises LLC

Autumn Homes

Threaded Thimble

Birch River Management LLC

Chris M. Ollila Consulting LLC

CM Merchant Consulting LLC

Jerry King Images

Creative Floral Accents

Spirit Connection

Universal Control Solutions LLC

First Class Alterations

Shirley Nisbet

Sunbelt Painting

Buchanan Consulting

Sheffrin Mens Health LLC

Sass and Brass Remodeling

Metal Salon Inc.

LTJ Enterprises

Vision Ceramic Dental Lab

3Centenarios LLC

Preferred Lighting Network Inc.

Tin Roof Realty

TT Logistics LLC

Styles by Stacie LLC

Environmental Management Services

C and A Services Unlimited LLC

C The World Cruises

Kreational

Cherokee Thrift

All Better Plumbing LLC

Teresa Williams

Midtown Photo Booths

TCB Produce

Holly Springs:

Dylan’s Chance

Spectrum Concepts

Woodstock:

Shell Food Mart

Embellish Now

Cell Phone Accessories

Physician’s Express Care at Towne Lake LLC

Town Lake Diner

Creative Interiors Consignment

American Motor Credit LLC

Warlick & Craig LLC

Will’s Farm Fresh Cafe at First Baptist Woodstock

Top Notch Kids Care LLC

Bob Story Designs LLC

Absolute Chiropractic & Wellness

Adams Property Preservation

EGI Digital

Pro Floors Installers

Canton:

Kabra, Ashish

Patzcuaro Restaurant

Patzcuaro Restaurant

Stearns Lawn Care

Canton Smiles Dentistry

Skyview

Mcmahon, Angela

Reed, Janice

Hume, Michael

El Paisa Supermarket LLC

Collins Marketing Company

Factory Buys Direct

Polly’s Professional Cleaning

Shelley’s Stylish Babies

S & A Agency INC

Ball Ground:

Katherine Sidati

Nelson and Waleska issued no permits in September.

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