The calendar has just marked the beginning of spring. The green grass and spring blooms are a welcome sight to the dreary winter browns. However, an unwelcome sight is the return of many pests such as carpenter ants, flies, mosquitoes, and spiders.
Although the calendar says it’s winter and the temperatures are cold, termites don’t stop working. Termites are like the Energizer Bunny; they just keep going and going and going. Their relentless work often results in significant threats to your property if it hasn’t been treated properly.
Think the cold weather brings an end to pests such as those pesky mosquitos? You might want to think again. Mosquitos don’t die when the first frost hits. However, don’t fret too much, you can take action during the winter to prevent a future mosquito problem from hatching come spring.
“It’s the holiday season (the holiday season, so hoop-de-do and dickory dock…” Andy Williams famously sang this song, Happy Holiday/The Holiday Season, that has become synonymous with the holidays. Families are getting into the holiday spirit by decorating their homes with their beloved holiday decorations. For the majority of us, those decorations have been stored for the past year and often hold more than our beloved ornaments. All too often, those holiday decorations are home to unwanted pests such as spiders, ants, cockroaches, and sometimes even rodents! These boxed decorations give food, shelter, warmth, all with the added luxury of not being disturbed for the past year.
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