All Points Hill Country Restoration


“All Points Hill Country Restoration: Leading the Way in Mold Remediation and Water Damage Restoration in the Texas Hill Country”

[Kerrville, Texas, 3-10-2024] – All Points Hill Country Restoration, under the ownership of Andy Voigt, stands out as a premier provider of mold remediation and water damage restoration services in the heart of the Texas Hill Country.

Committed to excellence, All Points Hill Country Restoration adheres to the industry’s best practices. Their team follows the latest procedures and protocols set by the IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification), ensuring a thorough and safe return to your home after flood damage.

“Our goal is to provide our customers with the highest quality service, using the most advanced techniques available in the industry,” says Andy Voigt, owner of All Points Hill Country Restoration. “We understand the stress and disruption that water damage can cause, and we are dedicated to restoring your property to its pre-loss condition as quickly and efficiently as possible.”

All Points Hill Country Restoration specializes in mold remediation and water damage restoration, serving residential and commercial clients alike in the Texas Hill Country area. Their team is highly trained and experienced, ensuring that each job is completed to the highest standards.

For more information about All Points Hill Country Restoration and their services, please visit or contact Andy @ 1-830-777-6877

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Carabin Shaw – Accident Injury Lawyers – Moving Announcement

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Carabin Shaw – Accident Injury Lawyers Announces Relocation of San Antonio Office

We Have Moved

San Antonio, August 6th 2023 – Carabin Shaw – Accident Injury Lawyers, a leading personal injury law firm in Texas, is excited to announce the relocation of its San Antonio office from its previous location on 630 Broadway, San Antonio, 78215 to a new and improved facility, located at the “old Creamery” 875 E Ashby Pl# 1100 San Antonio, Texas 78212
The move is part of the firm’s commitment to serve their clients better and provide enhanced legal representation in the San Antonio area.

The new office space, strategically located at 875 E Ashby Pl# 1100 San Antonio, Texas 78212, offers an upgraded and modern environment for clients and staff alike. With state-of-the-art facilities and expanded resources, Carabin Shaw is poised to continue delivering exceptional legal services to individuals and families who have suffered injuries due to accidents.

“We are thrilled to announce the relocation of our San Antonio office,” said James Michael Shaw, Managing Partner at Carabin Shaw – Accident Injury Lawyers. “This move represents our commitment to providing top-notch legal representation and support to our clients. The new office space allows us to enhance our services further and better accommodate the needs of those injured in accidents.”

For further information about Carabin Shaw – Accident Injury Lawyers and their services, please visit or their office at 875 E Ashby Pl# 1100 San Antonio, Texas 78212.

About Carabin Shaw – Accident Injury Lawyers:
Carabin Shaw: Accident Injury Lawyers is a premier personal injury law firm serving clients in San Antonio and across Texas. With over 30 years of experience, their dedicated team of attorneys specializes in various personal injury cases, providing aggressive representation and personalized attention to each client. Carabin Shaw is committed to fighting for justice and ensuring that accident victims receive the compensation they deserve.

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Pest Control Services: Ticks and Lyme Disease

Pest Control Services: Ticks and Lyme Disease

We sometimes think that it is only the elderly, sickly, or “other” people who are at risk from the more serious side effects of Lyme Disease, but reality tells us a very different story. The truth is that this debilitating, tick-borne illness can happen to anyone. We all need to do our part to be aware and keep from becoming ill.

Ticks and Lyme Disease

We tend to think of Lyme Disease as an “American” disease; after all, it’s named after the town of Lyme, Connecticut. It was there in 1975 that an outbreak was strong enough to isolate the exact cause of illness. The earliest documentation of what is now known as Lyme Disease goes back to 1908 and Sweden. Lyme Disease is a growing problem worldwide, primarily due to the migratory nature of infected birds, which become “reservoirs” of the bacterium, Borrelia burgdorferi. Here in the States, the small deer tick (Ixodes Scapularis) is the main vector (carrier) of Lyme Disease. These tiny ticks, when fully grown, are no larger than an apple seed and, as nymphs, can be as small as a coffee ground. Nymphs cohabit with small rodents, such as mice, chipmunks, squirrels, and other nest-making furballs. Ticks are extremely slow eaters; it usually takes 3-5 days to finish a blood meal. They are also indiscriminate feeders, attaching themselves to birds, domestic and wild animals, and humans.

Symptoms of Lyme Disease

Tick bites spreading Lyme Disease are increasing. It is vital when out-of-doors to do daily tick checks. Scientists believe that removing a tick within 36 – 48 hours of being bitten prevents enough bacteria from entering your system, thus protecting you from disease. One of the difficulties of diagnosing Lyme Disease properly is that its early symptoms mimic many other common illnesses, like the flu. Symptoms may include fever, chills, nausea, swollen lymph nodes, painful joints, and body aches. The classic bull’s eye rash is present in about 75% of cases. At this early stage, Lyme Disease is usually treatable with antibiotics. However, most people will not go in to be seen, especially if no rash is present. As the disease progresses, its symptoms become much more sinister: severe headaches (meningitis), facial paralysis (Bell’s Palsy), and extremely swollen joints (knees in particular). There are over 300 known Lyme disease strains, which are not always identified, even with testing.

Prevention Is the Key

Our EPA-approved barrier spray offers tick protection for your yard. Ultimately, your best defense against Lyme Disease is to have a very aggressive, proactive approach against ticks. While not all ticks may be infected, too many have gone rogue and are harmful vectors. The good news is that tick control is just a phone call or email away. We offer EPA-approved barrier sprays all season long that protect your yard from 85% – 90% of all ticks, mosquitoes, stink bugs, and spiders. As an added level of protection, we offer our highly effective, strategically placed tick tubes. Rodents greedily use these clever devices to line their nests and safely eliminate tick nymphs before they emerge from their dens. Now is the time to schedule these in your yard if you have any questions or want a free consultation. We welcome your call.

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