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Now that we are well into spring, we cannot help but notice the significant amount of pest activity. April is National Pest Management Month, which is the perfect time to add spring pest control to your home improvement list. Homeowners should be proactive in preventing pests from coming indoors. Here are some spring pest-proofing tips
Spring is here, and with this change in season comes warmer weather, rain, flowers, and of course pests. Now that spring is here, pests are emerging from their homes and into yours. The warmth of spring will invite unwanted pests into your home, and some pests are more harmful then others so it is imperative
3 min read LAST UPDATED 9/6/18 Let’s be serious. Not many people actually like spiders. Even if some spiders are completely harmless little critters, nobody wants spiders lurking around the inside of their home. Autumn has arrived, and along with cooler weather and beautiful fall foliage comes the inevitable invasion of spiders in Atlanta homes.
Did you know that your landscaping could actually be attracting pests and bugs? One of the most common reasons for pest issues is keeping mulch and wood debris too close to your home. Keeping moisture-rich mulch around your home will attract pests such as termites or carpenter ants. Luckily there are pest control professionals that
Tips to Prevent a Flea Infestation Did you know.. fleas can jump up to 100 times their height. Fleas are out in full force during the warm, Georgia summer months and can be a real nuisance, especially if you have pets. Once you have fleas in your home, a flea infestation can be extremely difficult to
What You Need to Know About Bed Bugs When most people think bed bugs they think of dirty motels and hotels, but the truth is that bed bugs can thrive anywhere, including your home. Bed bug infestations can happen in hotels, motels, trains, retail stores, movie theaters, and basically anywhere that people live. Bed bugs
The most common type of hornet in the U.S., the bald-faced hornet, isn’t actually a hornet. It’s actually related to the yellow jacket family, which are wasps. However, no matter what they’re called, hornets aren’t likely to be welcome in your home. A few reasons to keep these insects out of your home include: Although