Preparing for Mosquito & Tick Season 2018: What, When, and Where Are the Risks

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For most people, summer is a time for relaxing, exploring, and taking on outdoor adventures. However, many of these people, if not properly protected, will come in contact with some dangerous diseases, just by doing the activities they love. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) warns Americans that arboviruses (viruses transmitted via mosquitoes, ticks, and… View Article

Common Spring Pests in Chicago

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Like many areas in the United States, Chicago has its fair share of pests. At various points in just the last decade or two, this midwest area has had to fight off infestations of Emerald Ash Borers, Asian Longhorned Beetles, and other harmful insects. Luckily, the presence of these tree feeding pests is declining. Typically… View Article

A Guide to Utah Lawn Care in the Spring

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Spring time in Utah is when lawns and yards are ripe for the taming. You may be wondering, “What should I be doing to my lawn right now to make it beautiful in the summer?” We’ve laid out an action plan that you can take to ensure that your whole yard will be the envy… View Article

Edge Celebrates National Pest Management Month

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April is National Pest Management Month. The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) determined over 40 years ago that giving recognition to the pest management industry helps raise awareness about the good work that many companies do for their customers and the community. Edge and the pest control industry at large are committed to protecting families… View Article

Indoor and Outdoor Spring Cleaning Tips

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Spring is officially upon us. Snow is melting, grass is growing, and you may have noticed that your house has the musty, stale smell of a long, closed-in winter. The arrival of spring means many things, but for most people it means that it’s time for spring cleaning. Spring Cleaning Origins Spring cleaning has ancient… View Article

5 Things To Know About Lawn Care

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5 Things To Know About Lawn Care A healthy lawn is something you probably want to have, but haven’t had the time to get out and do yourself. But is it really worth hiring a service to do it for you? We think so. It’s not just “taking care” of your yard, after all. Get… View Article

Halloween’s Creepy, But…

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Halloween is just around the corner (is this where we jump out and yell, “boo”?) and the signs of this spooky season are starting to appear everywhere. From images of ghosts, ghouls and goblins making appearances, to Jack-o’-Lanterns on doorsteps popping up on every porch. Halloween gives everyone the chance to costume up as their favorite characters,… View Article

Move In Or Move On?

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Do you love moving? Probably not. According to MovingLabor.com, peak moving months in the United States start on May 25th, and end on Sept. 6th. And while the peak months have passed, homes are still being bought and sold all throughout the year. In fact, moving companies, closing fees, and other subindustries in the moving… View Article

The Diseases Your Pests Carry

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No surprises here: pests can spread disease. On top of not paying rent, certain pests living around your home can pose a problem just by their presence, making them all the more unwelcome. So the question is: which of them actually cause health problems? We decided to put together a list of the 5 top… View Article