Got Honey Bees? Why Relocate Instead Of Extermination Or Leaving The Hive

Posted on: 12 March 2021
With spring well on the way, you are bound to see the natural world around your property come to life. From the insects to the birds and local wildlife, spring usually signifies a new time to emerge, renew, and reproduce. Therefore, as the temperatures warm and flowers begin to bloom, you will likely see the honey bees start to make their way out. You may even discover a full honeybee hive.
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The Three Ways Crawlspace Encapsulation Helps Keep Pests At Bay

Posted on: 17 July 2020
If you have trouble with pests, such as cockroaches, ants, or earwigs, your pest control service may have told you that it's a good idea to have your crawl space encapsulated. Maybe they explained a bit more about this procedure, which involves putting an impermeable plastic barrier up on the walls, floor, and ceiling of your crawl space. What you might still be wondering, though, is how, exactly, crawl space encapsulation keeps pests away.
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Why You Should Call An Exterminator Before You Move Into Your Next Home

Posted on: 29 November 2019
When you move into your next home you're going to inherit a lot of things from the previous homeowners. Things such as awful paint colors, leftover furniture, possibly some food in the refrigerator, but you may also end up inheriting someone else's pest problem. Moving into a home, you just don't know what you're getting yourself into, but most homeowners don't expect to have a pest problem when they first move in.
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2 Ways To Get Rid Of The Rats In Your House

Posted on: 17 July 2019
No one wants to think that they have a rat in their house, but sometimes you have to face up to all the evidence and acknowledge the fact that you have a rat that you have to deal with. So, what can you do to get rid of that rat, and hopefully keep any of its friends from moving in with you? 1. Find Their Entrance Rats can sneak into your house through the tiniest of holes.
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