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With all the talk of Zika in the news over the past couple of years, West Nile virus was almost forgotten. However, as of late, new emergences of this disease are beginning to appear. Similar to Zika, the symptoms of West Nile mostly range from mild to non-existent. However, it too has a dark side. […]
Many insects love water, and if you own a pool you know that it’s a constant battle to keep the water clean, clear and free of unwanted visitors. Many insects get accidentally trapped when they fall in and eventually drown while others attempt to make your pool their home. So, when you go for that […]
I…I don’t like ticks. Sure, they are fascinating arachnids with their complicated life cycles and telescoping barbed mouthparts that resemble some kind of sinister medieval sword. There’s just something about them that scares me. Perhaps it’s the way they creepily hang out in wooded areas or on tall blades of grass with their front legs […]
The Sentricon termite colony elimination system is our preferred method for treating homes for subterranean termites. Small green bait stations are installed into the soil approximately every ten feet around the foundation. These stations are serviced once a year to record feeding activity, replace eaten bait, and perform any necessary maintenance. It only takes a […]
Spring time is when most termite colonies begin to swarm. This typically occurs after a rain storm followed by sunny warm weather at this time of year. Swarming is a natural occurrence that happens when a subterranean termite colony grows to a “mature” size. Seeing these massive flying termite swarms can be quite terrifying to […]