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Link to the blogpost: 8 Ways To Protect Your Pets From Fleas And Ticks
Summer brings hot temperatures and high humidity. It also brings some of the most annoying pests – fleas and ticks. These parasites can cause significant health issues for your pets including Lyme disease, anaplasmosis, and ehrlichiosis. Fleas and ticks are...
Link to the blogpost: Do I Really Need Termite Protection?
Termite season is here! You may be seeing many ads for termite protection for your home, but you’ve gone years without termite protection. Is it even worth it? Well, let’s look at the facts when it comes to termites and...
Link to the blogpost: Swarmers Have Arrived… What Now?
If you’ve been outside lately you’ve probably seen signs of spring – blooming flowers, pollen that aggravates our allergies, and lots of new insects buzzing around. Another thing that spring brings is swarms – of termites! Termites are present year...
Link to the blogpost: Spring Clean to Keep Bugs O-U-T, OUT!
With the weather thankfully getting more spring-like, it’s time for a good deep-clean of your home. While a good spring clean is great for your spirit, it will also aid in keeping pests out of the house, along with your...
Link to the blogpost: Taking Your Mosquito Service Further
Mosquito season is in full swing, much to the dismay of those of us in the South. The humid weather stirs them up in a major way year after year. Your mosquito service has already started up, but reduction services...
Link to the blogpost: Keeping Wildlife Out This Spring
As winter comes to an end, many animals are starting to emerge from hibernation. You may not have realized it but these animals will often take up residence over the winter in your home. Now that the weather is warming,...
Link to the blogpost: Rain & The Bugs It Brings
With pollen season in full swing, the rain is more than welcome in order to get some relief. However, when the rain has decided to overstay its welcome, it can lead to unwelcome visitors in your home and pests that...
Link to the blogpost: Mosquitoes In The South
The South is known for many things like warm weather, sweet tea, and southern hospitality. Unfortunately, the south is also known for another thing – mosquitoes! Mosquitoes thrive in warm, humid climates like we have here in the southern United...
Link to the blogpost: Pollinators: Friendly Foes
Pollination is when pollen grains are transferred from one flower to another. Pollination allows plants to produce seeds which is how they reproduce. Pollinators are animals and insects that are responsible for helping with the pollination of over 80% of...
Link to the blogpost: Northwest Exterminating’s Good Deed Team Participates in “From Hunger to Hope” Initiative with Feed My Starving Children in Gwinnett
The Northwest team came together on March 8th and 9th to support the “From Hunger to Hope” initiative with Feed My Starving Children (FMSC)! Northwest packed over 3,000 meals, which will be provided to children across the world to help...