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Category Archives: Spring

When it comes to pest management and control, it’s paramount to stay up-to-date on environmental discoveries, extermination innovations and the changing dynamics of the world around us. We think it’s important to share these findings with you, along with the new discoveries and any new topics we uncover in our own day-to-day work as your hometown professionals.

  1. How to Keep Spring Pests Out of Your Home, part 1

    The arrival of spring is practically a holiday for pests. While pests can be, well, a pest at any time of year, winter can be a tough time for them. Most of winter is spent trying to simply survive (whether they migrate, overwinter, or go into a hibernation-like state). But when winter ends and spring returns—watch…

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  2. April Showers Bring May…Pests?

    Ah, spring! It’s that time of the year again when the weather gets warmer, the flowers start to bloom, and the trees get their leaves. It’s the season of that makes you want to clean your house, throw open your windows, and enjoy the sunshine and warmth. It’s also, unfortunately, the time of the year…

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  3. Spring Cleaning Tips for Pest Control

    With springtime just around the corner, you can be sure that the sun and warmth will also mean a revival of dreaded springtime pests. Fortunately, we have fast, easy solutions for preventing springtime pests from taking over your home and garden. Spring cleaning should include preventive pest control. Simply add preventive pest control to your…

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  4. Protect Your Home Now for a Bug-Free Spring

    The cold months are upon us, and concern about keeping pests out of homes during winter is on a lot of people’s minds. But what many don’t realize is different winter climates pose different threats for potential pests. Harsher winters invite pests who otherwise wouldn’t be looking for shelter in our homes, while milder winters…

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