Your Florida Family Needs Professional Mosquito Protection

February 17th, 2017

Mosquitos are one of the most obnoxious pests in the south, especially Florida, where the warm, humid weather provides perfect breeding grounds for mosquitos. All of the bug spray and special candles in the world won’t keep mosquitos away permanently, so it is a much wiser investment to professionally treat your property with the products that are proven to control and eliminate mosquito populations. With the right pest control services, you will be able to enjoy the beautiful outdoors without being eaten alive by pesky, disease carrying mosquitos. Read more

Is Your Home Protected from Fire Ants?

February 07th, 2017

Though regular black ants are pesky, unwanted house guests, they don’t inspire fear or anxiety in homeowners. Fire ants, on the other hand, have an entirely different connotation. If you live in an area where fire ants are common, it is critical that you utilize regular pest maintenance to protect your home and your family from these angry pests with painful stings. Read more

Tips for Keeping Pests Out of Your Garden

January 20th, 2017

gardenWith all of the time and energy that you devote to your garden, you take great pride in watching it flourish. Of course, this means you aren’t about to allow pesky insects to gnaw away at your hard work. Rather than relying on pesticides laced with toxins and chemicals, you will thank yourself for utilizing these natural pest control methods that will actively support your garden’s health.
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How to Protect Bees and People Simultaneously

January 10th, 2017

37969185 - bee vectorBee stings aren’t exactly fun, but it’s important to remember that bees play an absolutely vital role in our ecosystem. The EPA recently released a policy outlining a plan to protect bees from dangerous pesticides while still keeping humans safe from enduring bees as dangerous pests.

Why Do Bees Matter?

One simple statistic efficiently sums up the reason we owe bees some appreciation: bees pollinate one sixth of the flowering plant species in the world and about 400 agricultural plants. Consider the implications of that fact. Honeybees and other pollinating bees are responsible for helping to produce almost $20 billion worth of crops annually, and they uphold this duty month after month, year after year. Without the pollination that bees achieve, common foods like cantaloupes, pumpkins, blueberries, apples, watermelons, and many more would no longer be able to grow. Of course, we also rely on bees to produce honey and wax. Read more

Tropical Bed Bugs are Back, and Here is What You Should Do

December 15th, 2016

56665644 - close up view of two bed bugsReady or not, here they come. After a 60 year hiatus, tropical bed bugs have returned to Florida, and nobody is happy about it. These creatures are similar to the regular bed bug, and experts are working hard to determine exactly why they are back and how they can be controlled.

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Three Reasons You Need to Protect Your Palm Trees

November 20th, 2016

palm-treesLiving in Florida, we are lucky enough to enjoy a wide and diverse selection of palm trees for our landscaping uses. From the Phoenix palm and Sylvester palm to the Queen palm and Canary Island Date palm, each tree is unique and distinct in its own way. Of course, such beauty comes at a cost, and palm trees aren’t exactly affordable. If you have palm trees in your yard, it’s wise to invest in a palm tree care and maintenance service to keep your palms healthy and thriving for many years to come. Read more

Three Common Pest Infestations in the South

November 10th, 2016

37969185 - bee vectorEven the best built homes are susceptible to pest infestations over the years, and though no homeowner wants to deal with problems like ants, bees, and mosquitos, it’s important to be aware of the pests most likely sneak into your home. Due to the unique climate conditions of the south, Florida homeowners are more likely to find signs of these three unwanted pests. Fortunately, all it takes is one call to a pest control company to have the problem handled. Read more

The Best Pest Control is Safe for Your Pets, Too

October 20th, 2016

46623309 - little girl walking with dog on the meadow back to cameraYour pet is an extension of your family, so you want to keep him just as safe and healthy as yourself and your children. This means extra hydration during the hot summer months, high-quality food to keep him energized, and regular trips to the vet. Something just as important that you may not always consider is using pest control that doesn’t threaten the wellbeing of your pet, either. This is especially important as winter approaches, since so many pests will end up seeking warmth and refuge within the walls of your home. It’s important to keep those creepy crawlies out using only techniques that won’t harm your dog or cat in the process. Read more

How to Control Yellow Jackets as Winter Approaches

October 10th, 2016

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Every season has its own perks and drawbacks, and for southern states in October, one drawback is definitely the strong presence of yellow jackets. It’s important for everybody, especially homeowners, schools, and businesses, to be prepared with proper yellow jacket pest control in order to stay safe.

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Ticks the Size of Raisins - Look Out!

September 20th, 2016

39590536 - tick is crawling on the human palmNobody wants to find fleas and ticks in their home, but pests have a way of worming themselves in when you least expect it. The brown dog tick is one you want to stay on the lookout for, especially since engorged brown dog ticks can expand the size of raisins! Here’s what you should know.

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