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Five Signs That Termites Have Invaded Your Home

13 March 2017
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Approximately 600,000 houses in the United States are affected by termite damage each year. As these wood-eating insects are very adaptable, few areas of the country are immune. Termites live in colonies and can eat two to three percent of their body weight each day! Left unchecked, they can compromise the beams and foundation of your home, damage that can cost tens of thousands of dollars to repair. Fortunately, there are a few obvious signs of termites that can alert you to a growing problem and allow you to seek help from a pest control service before the damage becomes too extensive. Read More …

Pet Safe Mosquito Control Tips

2 March 2017
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Mosquitoes can really ruin the summer enjoyment of your yard. Not only do their blood-sucking bites itch, they can also spread a variety of diseases, like Zika virus and West Nile virus. They aren't just a plague on you, they can also make your pets miserable if you have animals that use the yard. The following are some human and pet safe tips to help control the mosquitoes. Tip #1: Clean your gutters Read More …

About Me
Do You Have Insects and Critters in Your Home?

Do you have unwanted varmints in your home? My name’s Jason Blaine. We used to have many unwanted, non-rent paying, living creatures in our home. In the spring and summer, it was mostly insects. Come fall when the weather began to cool off, the larger critters made their way to our attic. We would sit in the house and hear them scurrying around above us. Our cats were the only ones that seemed to like the alien invasions. They got to play with the insects and hunt the rodents. I didn’t find it to be the least bit pleasant. I finally called in a pest control service and am I glad I did! I’m going to share about our pest control maintenance service. I’ve learned a great deal about the chemicals and how they are now safe for humans. I hope to provide you with helpful information.