Honey Bees in Your Yard or Home? What Needs to Be Done

Posted on: 7 January 2021

Honey bees are insects that serve a purpose in our environment. They are responsible for pollinating the plants and trees you see outside every single day. Without honey bees, we won't have these things and the world wouldn't look the same at all. Honey bees may serve a purpose in the world, but this doesn't mean you want them doing their great work from the siding of your home, or in the tree right next to your house.
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4 Times When Calling a Pest Control Company for Help With Bugs or Rodents Is a Good Idea

Posted on: 17 December 2020

Since pests are so common and they're found nearly everywhere, you may wonder when you need to call a pest control company and when it's safe to deal with pests on your own. DIY pest control efforts might be successful sometimes, but it often takes a professional to eliminate stubborn or dangerous pests. Here are four times to consider hiring a pest control company. 1. When The Pests Threaten Your Home
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Preparing For A Pest Control Service Visit

Posted on: 20 November 2020

Whether you are dealing with a mouse, insect, or small animal problem inside of your home, you likely want to have pests removed as quickly and easily as possible. Pest control services provide professional assistance in the removal and prevention of future pest outbreaks. Here are steps to take to ensure a successful outcome. Provide The Service With Details When you call a pest control service to make an appointment, let them know as much as possible over the phone so they are aware of the extent of the problem.
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Mice In Your Crawl Space? What You Can Do

Posted on: 18 November 2020

Your crawl space may not be an area that you frequent too often, but if you have been inside and have seen signs of mice in your crawl space, you need to do what you can to get rid of them before they find their way to the rest of your home. Mice can easily get to the rest of your home from your crawl, as it's located directly beneath your house.
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