Cutting Down On Ants Around Your Office
26 February 2018
If you tend to get ants in your office during certain seasons and that season is nearing, then you want to start taking as many steps as you can to help prevent those ants from coming back to harass you and your employees this year. An ant infestation can create a very uncomfortable work area for those in your company. There are some fantastic tips to keeping ants away and getting rid of them, if they do show up, in this article.
3 Simple Tips For Spring Cleanup That Will Prevent Pests
25 January 2018
From mowing the lawn and pressure washing the exterior to shampooing interior carpets, the overwhelming nature of maintaining your home is easy to see. These tasks may be considered priorities, but preventing pests from your home should also be important. As the temperatures begin to rise and flowers start to bloom in the spring season, insects will become active, increasing the risk of these unwanted guests in your home. Therefore, prevention is key.
Are You Helping Your Grandparents De-Clutter? 3 Signs That Their House Has Termites
23 November 2017
After accumulating a lifetime of belongings, senior adults sometimes reach a point where they are ready to begin reducing the amount of things they have around their home. While helping your grandparents de-clutter is a great way to promote safety and better organization, you should also be aware that moving things around could reveal more problems than you expected. Use these tips to keep a watchful eye for termites so that you can help your grandparents protect their property:
Say No To Mice This Holiday Season: How To Get Rid Of The Rodents In Your Life
31 October 2017
With the holidays just around the corner, you're going to be inviting a lot of guests into your home. Before you open your doors, however, make sure you don't have uninvited guests making an entry at the same time. The last thing you want is to have your home overrun with mice while you're trying to enjoy the holidays. Unfortunately, mice don't always take no for an answer. In fact, they may even take your no as an excuse to try even harder.