Essential to your successful termite control efforts is the investment in a good pest control company. Experts whose businesses are built upon their ability to solve their customers' termite problems will always be a better use of your time and money than over the counter products from your local hardware store. But even with the greatest team by your side, there may be some household issues that are keeping you from enjoying a termite free home.
Is there a single bug that strikes more terror into the hearts of homeowners than the termite? We don’t think so. Termites cost American homeowners millions of dollars per year and left untreated can create serious problems for your home. But with all of the fear surrounding termites, there’s also a lot of misinformation.
Does successful home irrigation seem like a myth or even a losing battle? We find that far too many of our clients waste precious time and resources in the fight for yard dominance because they don’t quite know what it takes to achieve the well-watered lawn they’re looking for.
As temperatures warm up here in Central Florida, everyone’s least favorite bugs (the termites) are waking back up from their winter slumber and looking for something good to eat! Hopefully, by now, you’ve taken steps to manage your termite situation with professional termite control. After all, there is no better or safer treatment for termites than the treatments employed by professionals. But in addition to termite control, there are a couple of home projects that you can undertake to make your home less attractive to this undesirable pests.
Termites are a more common issue than most people realize. If you’re a homeowner in the state of Florida there is a good chance that, if they haven’t already, they will become a problem for you at some point in the future. Far too often we see homeowners choosing the cheaper DIY termite control solutions rather than professional solutions like fumigation. But, while taking your termite control into your own hands may save you a little money today, chances are you’ll be spending a lot more money in the future.
If cultivating a lush and beautiful lawn is on your list of priorities, there’s only so far you can go without a proper irrigation system. A good sprinkler system can be programmed to provide just the right amount of water to keep your grass and plants nourished and healthy. But, many homeowners would prefer that their sprinkler system be effective without being seen. So how do you achieve this movie magic?
There’s no denying the fact that a home with high-quality lawn care just looks better. A beautifully cared for lawn is also a lush, green welcome mat to invite you home each day. But proper lawn maintenance plays a much larger role than simply maintaining a pleasing aesthetic. A well cared for lawn is also healthy and strong and can sustain Florida’s sometimes unruly weather.
One of the great things about settling into a house that you can call your own is the opportunity to make it your own with design and decor choices inside and outside. And what is more fun than taking the yard of this home you love into your own two hands and transforming it into something beautiful? Landscaping can add just the right appeal and value to your property. But without careful research and forethought, you can also create significant risks to your home.
Termites are very common in most of the United States of America, which is why pest control solutions for drywood termites are also widely available. While spot treating your home may seem like a viable (and possibly DIY) option, tent fumigation is generally the better choice.