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Protecting Your Garden From Birds

Protecting Your Garden From Birds

With the warmer weather ever so present, it’s the perfect time to take up or get back into gardening if it’s been a while. Though, gardens can benefit your entire family, they can also be a major attraction to pests and wildlife. Birds such as crows, pigeons,...

Prep Your Yard & Keep Mosquito Free!

Prep Your Yard & Keep Mosquito Free!

Spending time outdoors is a great way to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Whether it’s spending time by the pool, having a picnic, or just lounging in the yard, relaxing outside is a great activity for the whole family. But the last thing you want to...

5 DIY Ways to Keep Birds Away

5 DIY Ways to Keep Birds Away

Some birds are beautiful and fun to watch while others can be downright annoying and destructive. While birds aren't typically considered a nuisance pest, they can become a problem when their nests obstruct important areas in your house, their droppings carry...

How to Avoid a Rat Invasion During a Pandemic

How to Avoid a Rat Invasion During a Pandemic

As the corona virus continues to spread, people around the world are drastically changing their daily routines. Tourism has come to a grinding halt. Restaurants are closed and people are staying home. What many don't realize is this change in our daily lives is also...

Keeping Pantry Pests Away

Keeping Pantry Pests Away

In recent times, we are finding ourselves spending more time at home and stocking up on supplies such as food, toiletries, and more. But as you stock up on these essentials, you could be providing stored product pests or “pantry pests” with a supply of their own. Here...

Cockroaches: A Possible Allergy Trigger

Cockroaches: A Possible Allergy Trigger

As Springtime approaches, allergies are bound to follow. Many tend to blame the plant pollens for their sneezing and watery eyes. Although pollen can trigger your allergy symptoms, there could be another reason why your allergies are flaring up this Spring: Cockroach...

DIY PEST CONTROL RESOURCES

Keeping Pantry Pests Away

Keeping Pantry Pests Away

In recent times, we are finding ourselves spending more time at home and stocking up on supplies such as food, toiletries, and more. But as you stock up on these essentials, you could be providing stored product pests or “pantry pests” with a supply of their own. Here...

Cockroaches: A Possible Allergy Trigger

Cockroaches: A Possible Allergy Trigger

As Springtime approaches, allergies are bound to follow. Many tend to blame the plant pollens for their sneezing and watery eyes. Although pollen can trigger your allergy symptoms, there could be another reason why your allergies are flaring up this Spring: Cockroach...

Where Are These Stinkbugs Coming From?

Where Are These Stinkbugs Coming From?

As the weather warms up overwintering pests will begin to wake up and make their way outdoors. One of these is the brown marmorated stinkbug. While these household pests don't sting, bite, or carry any diseases, they can become a nuisance when they get inside your...

Flying Pests And How To Prevent Them

Flying Pests And How To Prevent Them

We've all been there before... you're sitting in your house and you hear an incessant buzzing. All of a sudden something flies past your face! If you're like most of us, your first thought it aghh! A bug in my house! Once you get over the initial shock of being dive...

Common Winter Pests and How to Prevent Them

Common Winter Pests and How to Prevent Them

During the colder months of winter, most of us like to stay bundled up and warm - with warmer clothes and inside our cozy homes. Unfortunately, many animals also seek this same shelter and warmth in the winter - oftentimes in our homes! Do you know which animals can...

8 Common Winter Pests & DIY Tips to Keep Them Out

8 Common Winter Pests & DIY Tips to Keep Them Out

1. Mice and Rats Mice and rats will seek shelter and warmth during the cold winter months. They can fit through very small openings so eliminating entry points is an effective way at preventing them from coming into your home. Eliminating food and water sources is...

DIY WILDLIFE PREVENTION RESOURCES

Protecting Your Garden From Birds

Protecting Your Garden From Birds

With the warmer weather ever so present, it’s the perfect time to take up or get back into gardening if it’s been a while. Though, gardens can benefit your entire family, they can also be a major attraction to pests and wildlife. Birds such as crows, pigeons,...

5 DIY Ways to Keep Birds Away

5 DIY Ways to Keep Birds Away

Some birds are beautiful and fun to watch while others can be downright annoying and destructive. While birds aren't typically considered a nuisance pest, they can become a problem when their nests obstruct important areas in your house, their droppings carry...

How to Avoid a Rat Invasion During a Pandemic

How to Avoid a Rat Invasion During a Pandemic

As the corona virus continues to spread, people around the world are drastically changing their daily routines. Tourism has come to a grinding halt. Restaurants are closed and people are staying home. What many don't realize is this change in our daily lives is also...

4 Ways To Keep Snakes Out of Your Yard

4 Ways To Keep Snakes Out of Your Yard

If you live in an area where snakes are common, chances are you may stumble across one at some point. Snakes, like any other pest, are usually in search of three things: food, water, and shelter. Oftentimes the area around our homes provide all of these things that...

5 Home Remedies to Keep Birds Away

5 Home Remedies to Keep Birds Away

While most birds aren't considered parasites, they can become quite a nuisance. Birds can be helpful in some ways: feeding on predator insects and eating the seeds of pesky weeds that can overtake your garden; but birds can also be pests by feeding on the fruits and...

Wildlife Control: How to Keep Animals Out of Your Home

Wildlife Control: How to Keep Animals Out of Your Home

The winter months can bring wildlife indoors as they search for food and shelter from the cold weather, causing property damage by chewing through the wood, insulation, and wiring in your home, and can also carry diseases that threaten the health of you and your...

DIY MOSQUITO CONTROL RESOURCES

Prep Your Yard & Keep Mosquito Free!

Prep Your Yard & Keep Mosquito Free!

Spending time outdoors is a great way to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Whether it’s spending time by the pool, having a picnic, or just lounging in the yard, relaxing outside is a great activity for the whole family. But the last thing you want to...

Why Are Mosquitoes Inside My Home?

Why Are Mosquitoes Inside My Home?

Typically, when you’re swatting away mosquitoes, you’re most likely outside. But what if you notice these pesky bugs inside your home? Mosquitoes can be considered one of the most irritating pests during the warmer seasons. They're usually found in areas of high...

How to Prep Your Yard for a Mosquito Bite-Free Summer

How to Prep Your Yard for a Mosquito Bite-Free Summer

The sun is shining, the warm breeze is blowing, you've got your feet up, unwinding from the week, when...OUCH! That moment of relaxation you've been waiting for was suddenly interrupted by a painful mosquito bite. At this point you're annoyed, thinking about going...

Mosquito Control: How to Prevent Mosquito Bites this Summer

Mosquito Control: How to Prevent Mosquito Bites this Summer

Are you a mosquito magnet? Do you live in a warm humid climate? Do you have children and pets that love to enjoy time outside during the summer? If you answered yes to any of these questions, keep reading. Mosquitoes are a huge annoyance here in Atlanta and throughout...

How to Treat A Mosquito Bite

How to Treat A Mosquito Bite

How to Treat a Mosquito Bite If you spend any time outside, especially in the Southern states, there is a good chance you will get a mosquito bite.  The female mosquito (males don't bite) feed on blood.  Once they bite they cause a minor allergic reaction.  You will...

DIY LAWN CARE RESOURCES

Getting Ready for Spring Lawn Care

Getting Ready for Spring Lawn Care

As winter comes to an end, we look forward to warmer, sunny weather! You might start to catch yourself outside more often, relaxing on your lawn with family. But before we can completely relax, your yard could still be recovering from the winter weather and may need...

How To Keep Your Grass Green In The Summer

How To Keep Your Grass Green In The Summer

Summer is a very stressful time for your lawn. The combination of the beating sun and heat, increased foot traffic, water deprivation, weeds, and pests can be detrimental to the health of your lawn. Because of this, Americans spend about $8.5 billion on lawn care...

A Step-by-Step Guide to Spring Lawn Care

A Step-by-Step Guide to Spring Lawn Care

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Effective lawn care is a year-round process. But, it's easy to let your lawn go in the winter. We've all been there. And if that's the case, the cold winter weather has mostly likely left your grass dry and dull. Now is the time to...

DIY HOME CARE RESOURCES

DIY Fall Moisture Protection

DIY Fall Moisture Protection

Spring isn't the only time of year you should clean and prepare your home. Fall is the perfect time to get your house ready for the dampness that comes with the change of seasons. Two of the most common ways to combat moisture is with sealants and waterproofing....

How to Prevent Allergies and Asthma this Spring

How to Prevent Allergies and Asthma this Spring

With Spring only a few weeks away, now is a good time to start preparing for allergy season. And what's one of the major causes of allergies and asthma? PESTS! Don't suffer through the beautiful spring season this year. Here are some tips to keep your home pest and...

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