Did your mom say it to you when she put you to bed at night? You know the saying, “goodnight, sleep tight, don’t let the bed bugs bite.” We all know about that much about bed bugs. They’re bugs that live in beds and they tend to bite people. But what else should we know about these nasty little pests, and what pest control methods can be used to eliminate them?
There are two kinds of people in the world: those who want a beautiful lawn and enjoy working for it, and those who want a beautiful lawn and don’t care much for gardening. The place that you fall on that spectrum may determine what kind of plants you choose for your yard.
When homes are tented, there are a number of steps that you must follow to ensure that your food and personal products are not impacted by the fumigation substances. All of these same steps apply when you’re preparing your business to be fumigated. For example, you’ll need to make sure that you’ve cleared out any open food containers and open all interior doors. However, when fumigating your office building there are a few other steps you’ll want to take before your treatment begins.
We all know the facts about the serious destruction that termites can cause in your home or office building. You’ve researched the warning signs and may even have a termite control company on call. But, in addition to their incredible ability to wreak havoc on your home, there are some more creepy details about these pests that you may not have heard before.
Anyone outside the southeast may already be moving into fall, and while it technically is fall already, we in Florida will be hanging on to summer (and hurricane season) for at least the next month or so. Fall in Florida often ushers in slightly lower temperatures (mid 80’s instead of mid 90's) but no shortage of rain thanks to the fact that hurricane season lasts through the entire month of October. And with all of the risks associated with hurricane season also comes soggy, humid yards that are a breeding ground for mosquitoes.
In today’s highly technical world you can control just about anything from the smart phone in your pocket. From monitoring your home security system, to tracking your heart rate or blood sugar levels, it is clear that we live in the age of "smart" technology. And as each year passes more and more of the technology we use makes its way into our cell phones and other smart devices. So why not smart irrigation? You love your lawn and work so hard to maintain it, now you can track your progress from anywhere.
It comes as no surprise to us that homeowners are looking for a permanent solution to their termite woes. No one wants the pressure of managing an ongoing battle with termites and the potential risk of serious damage to their home. So, what termite solution do most homeowners seek when trying to put into their termite problems?
There is no shortage when it comes to local home service companies. From pool cleaning to pest control you can find dozens of people offering the same service at varying prices. So in the midst of all that noise, how do you choose the right service for your family? Pest control is a particularly important service (especially in the state of Florida) as an ineffective job may leave you with a house full of unwanted bugs. Not every company in your town will be up for the job.
Are you trying to sell your home? Or maybe you’re just hoping to slowly update it so that it will sell easily should you choose to put it on the market in the future. Either way, there is no question that the installation of a new irrigation system will increase the value of your home.