Posted on Jul 28th 2019
After months of mild weather to help a lawn recover from the winter chill, it can quickly become a struggle to keep your grass healthy and green in the scorching heat and limited water supply. Lawn care may seem daunting and stressful for both you and your turf, but it doesn’t have to be a difficult process. Knowing how to properly tend to your lawn in the summertime is essential to keeping your yard beautiful all season long.
Posted on Jul 15th 2019
Our homes provide us with a safe place to find comfort and peace, but it can also become a home to pests who are determined enough to get inside. Seeing a cockroach or a spider scurry across your kitchen floor is more than enough to call the exterminator. As a homeowner, you’ll almost certainly come across the occasional undesirable guest, but it helps to know what kinds of pests are most likely to settle down in your house.
Posted on Jun 20th 2019
For any arachnophobe, suffering a spider bite is the ultimate fear and a call to action for an exterminator, but the average spider doesn’t really mean you harm. The only reason most spiders will go out of their way to bite a person is because they feel threatened. They’ll give you a defensive bite if you disturb their hiding place or roll over them in bed in the middle of the night, but it’s unlikely that a spider will bite you for no reason. However, if you have been bitten by a spider, what exactly should you do?
Posted on Jun 15th 2019
Summer months are the optimal time of the year for lawn grubs to take full control of your lawn. Grubs, the young forms of various types of beetles, feed on grass roots from underneath the soil, causing the lawn above to wither and die. It’s a repairable problem, but in order for you to find the best lawn care options and prevent further damage, you need to know what to look for in the first place. Here are some of the biggest signs that grubs are wreaking havoc in your yard.
Posted on May 23rd 2019
Summer is officially here, and with it comes sunny days, warm weather, and–unfortunately–lots of pesky pests. With a combination of more time spent outdoors and plenty of insects emerging from their winter hibernation in search of food, you’ll likely notice an increase in your encounters with them. This can also be a recipe for full-blown infestations that calls for a professional pest control service if things get out of hand. Here are a few of the most common pests to be on the lookout for this summer.