Autumn Pests: What to Expect!

Summer is on its way out. The long hot days are being exchanged for cool, crisp fall weather. And, to be honest, we are okay with that. This summer has proven to be a tough battle with ants for us and our customers. We are conquering it though! Fall weather does not...

ESSENTIAL STEPS FOR AUTUMN PREP

We’re coming to the end of the summer season. It was a H-O-T, hot summer. Who agrees? We are looking forward to cooler weather especially in the pest division of our company. Cooler months mean a new round of bugs invading your home while the ants, wasps, and other...

Tree & Shrub: Key Benefits of Insect & Disease Control

What is Insect & Disease Control for Trees & Shrubs? Pest control and termite inspections for your home are essential services available to keep your home environment healthy and pest-free so you can enjoy it without the worries of insect transmitted diseases...

Pick-A-Pest: MICE

It has been a while since our last blog post. We have entered our busiest season of the year – all employees are working overtime trying to service each of our customers as quick and efficiently as possible. We thank you for your patience and understanding! This...

Pesky Mosquitoes

Mosquito season is here!   Mosquitoes can ruin most any outdoor activity during late spring and summer months. With COVID-19 still present in our daily lives, your yard has become your oasis more than ever. Most of us have planted new, colorful flowers and added...

Pick-A-Pest Series: Bees, Wasps, & Hornets

All the April rain brought May flowers. And, bugs! North Carolina’s “Stay-at-Home” order has been relaxed and we are able to venture out a little more than we have in what seems forever. Since, we’ve been home so much we’re all seeing more bugs and insects hanging...

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ESSENTIAL STEPS FOR AUTUMN PREP

ESSENTIAL STEPS FOR AUTUMN PREP

We’re coming to the end of the summer season. It was a H-O-T, hot summer. Who agrees? We are looking forward to cooler weather especially in the pest division of our company. Cooler months mean a new round of bugs invading your home while the ants, wasps, and other...

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Pick-A-Pest: MICE

Pick-A-Pest: MICE

It has been a while since our last blog post. We have entered our busiest season of the year – all employees are working overtime trying to service each of our customers as quick and efficiently as possible. We thank you for your patience and understanding! This...

read more
Pesky Mosquitoes

Pesky Mosquitoes

Mosquito season is here!   Mosquitoes can ruin most any outdoor activity during late spring and summer months. With COVID-19 still present in our daily lives, your yard has become your oasis more than ever. Most of us have planted new, colorful flowers and added...

read more
Pest Control Myths Squashed

Pest Control Myths Squashed

We all have heard of many different types of pest control methods. Some work. Some don’t. Some only cause more problems. So, we thought we would squash a few for you.Myth: You’ll never have a pest problem if your home is clean! Simply not true. Pests aren’t just drawn...

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WE ARE ESSENTIAL

WE ARE ESSENTIAL

Why is pest control considered to be an ESSENTIAL business? By now we have all seen and read all kinds of information pertaining to COVID-19. Some of us are looking forward to getting back to “normal” and others have not really been affected by the shutdowns. Our...

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Pick-A-Pest: ANTS

Pick-A-Pest: ANTS

It's time for another addition of our Pick-A-Pest Series! Happy National Pest Management Month friends! We are an essential business providing a healthy and safe environment free from pesky pests. We are OPEN and operating at full capacity. This is the start of our...

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SPRING PREP: Tree & Shrub

SPRING PREP: Tree & Shrub

Springtime is a beautiful awakening for trees, shrubs, flowers and all things creepy crawly. After a dreary winter the colors and warmth of sunshine and spring are welcomed with open arms – unless you have allergies. Maybe your yard isn’t looking like the bright,...

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