Tips To Avoid Bringing Ants Home From Your Picnic

ants on food

It is picnic season again, and there are many ways we find to add a picnic to our outdoor activities. When we go camping, we make a fire and have hotdogs, s'mores, and marshmallows. When we go to the beach, we cook cheeseburgers on the charcoal grill and bring some chips, potato salad, and other goodies to go with them. When we visit our friends, we often find ourselves firing up the gas grill and eating outside. Continue

Don't Let Mosquitoes Ruin Your Spring

mosquito bite

Are pests holding your backyard captive? You're not alone. There are many people who barely use their backyard for many pest-related reasons. Some folks are worried about contracting Zika, West Nile, Dengue, malaria, yellow fever, chikungunya, or some other dangerous virus from a mosquito bite. Some are concerned about getting a deer tick on their skin and contracting Lyme disease. Continue

Keep Pests Away On Memorial Day

hot dogs in front of american flag

Are you planning a fun-filled Memorial Day get together this year? Will there be barbecue and beverages and badminton--and family and frisbee and... flies? Wait a minute. You didn't plan for flies? Well, even if you aren't planning on flies or other yard pests, they are sure to show up when all the food and fun begins. However, with a little planning and a little effort, you can reduce the chances that your holiday will be spoiled by ants, mosquitoes and stinging insects. Continue

Spring Cleaning And Pest Control

man fixing gap in window

This is the time of year to do a little spring cleaning. If you own your own home, there is a good chance you're going to take part in this time-honored tradition. But, are you aware how important spring cleaning is to pest control? It's true. When you clean, you can actually disrupt the ecosystem that encourages pests to live in your home. Here are a few examples. Continue

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