4 Ways An Exterminator Will Pest-Proof Your Home In The Spring

Posted on: 27 April 2020

As the saying goes, spring has sprung! Flowers are blooming, birds are chirping, and all sorts of household pests are beginning to prowl. This is the season when you start seeing ants and cockroaches inside your home, and when mice start having even more babies — meaning they're looking for spots to nest. But you do not have to just stand by while pests invade your home. Hire an exterminator to do preventative care this spring.
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Keeping The Pests Out Of Your Home With Regular Treatment

Posted on: 23 April 2020

No matter where you live, every part of the country has some form of pest or insect that can be a problem if you are not proactive about keeping them under control. For many people, regular pest control services are a part of everyday life, and working with a pest control company to keep your home pest-free may be something you want to consider. Home Inspections If you are having a problem with any pest in your home, calling a pest control company and requesting a home inspection is an excellent place to start.
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How To Keep Mice From Invading Your Wood Pile

Posted on: 23 April 2020

If you have a wood-burning stove or a fireplace, then you likely store wood on your property. One issue that often comes up with woodpiles is that they become a living space for mice. The mice simply love building nests within the wood and using it for shelter. However, if you want to keep your home and yard pest-free, then you certainly don't want mice turning your woodpile into their home.
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Did The Warm Weather Bring An Ant Swarm? 3 Reasons To Hit An Exterminator

Posted on: 22 April 2020

The warmer spring and summer months tend to bring new pests to lawns. Ants are one pest that people sometimes tend to overlook during their pest control plans. They are tiny and mostly stay out of sight. Similar to bees, ants play a valuable role in the ecosystem. They help to aerate the soil, clean up decaying debris, and even eat other insects. Other animals also depend upon them for food.
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