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How to Protect Against Fleas: The Wingless Creatures that Invade Your Home

Thursday, September 29, 2016
The end of summer and onset of fall is the height of flea season and pets are often plagued by and carriers of these unwanted wingless creatures. The first wall of defense against a flea  .. Read More

The Summer of Zika

Thursday, July 28, 2016
This summer there has been a lot of Zika buzz (pun intended). Whether we are talking about the Olympics or the dangers inherent in attending a garden party, Zika is a topic of conversatio .. Read More

Early Onset Carpenter Ant Woes: Isn't April Too Early?

Friday, April 15, 2016
A few weeks ago we wrote about the many impacts of the mild winter and early spring and said we would touch base soon about what it means if you see carpenter ants in your home in e .. Read More

Spring has Sprung, What Does that Mean to Me?

Thursday, March 24, 2016
Each year we receive queries from local media outlets seeking advice and commentary relating to (choose one from each category) wet winter/dry winter, cold winter/warm wint .. Read More

Bed Bug Boot Camp with Braman

Thursday, January 21, 2016
Last week we had the pleasure of hosting Jeff and Dan White from Bed Bug Central, a highly respected organization in our industry. Jeff, the Technical Director of Bed Bug Central, holds a MS .. Read More

Why Rodent Prevention

Monday, December 21, 2015
A couple of weeks ago we offered some fall rodent prevention tips. In the post we discussed some of the health and safety reasons why you do not want to co-exist with mice. Among the reasons is th .. Read More

Fall Rodent Prevention

Thursday, December 03, 2015
Do you like to spend all of your time outdoors when the weather gets cold? Although a few hardy souls may say yes, most of us prefer not to be cold. Rodents – like mice, rats and squirrels –  .. Read More

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