Learning About Rat And Mouse Control
While some people find bats to be entertaining, and others find the fanged creatures to be downright terrifying, one thing is certain – bats are a serious threat to your customers. Why? Because bats spread a number of life-threatening diseases to humans, many of which can be shared through direct contact and fecal matter. The diseases below demonstrate the importance of removing bats from your restaurant patio immediately.
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Ticks are bloodsucking insects that can transmit a variety of diseases, but you can keep them away from your family through smart landscaping choices. Here are three landscaping tips to keep your family safe from ticks.
Choose plants that don’t attract deer
Deer may seem harmless, but they are a natural host for ticks. If deer are attracted to your yard, they’ll bring their ticks with them. To avoid attracting deer, make sure to landscape with plants that don’t attract deer. Read More»
Mice can find their way into homes through the tiniest of openings, and they can bring with them damage and diseases. While your pest control company will be able to help you to reduce the population of mice in your home and eliminate the problem, there are a few things you can do to help keep them out of certain areas of your home. If you are concerned about mice entering your kitchen, here are some easy steps you can take. Read More»
Unfortunately, when the cold weather hits, annoying bugs and pests do not just pack up and head somewhere warmer for the winter. Many stick around and try to turn your home into their home for the cold winter months. Here are four steps you can take to keep the bugs away from your house this winter.
Clean Up The Leaves In Your Yard
Just because fall has passed does not mean you can’t still rake up the leaves in your yard. Read More»
If you are looking for affordable ways that you can make energy improvements to your home, adding insulation is a cost-effective solution. Energy loss can come from areas like attics with poor insulation and uninsulated areas of your home like around windows. You may want to start with your energy improvements by adding insulation to your home. Here are some of the insulation improvements that will help make your home more energy efficient: Read More»