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Mosquito Problem Around Your Home? Check Your Gutters

Everyone knows that mosquitoes breed and thrive most in areas with standing stagnant water. In an effort to prevent mosquitoes from crashing their summer barbecues, many homeowner will go to great strides to remove any stagnant water, moist areas, or even spots of particularly long grass that all are attractive to Florida mosquito populations. Yet, […]

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Beware The German Cockroach

To people who are not entomologists, all cockroaches are more or less the same. They scurry across kitchen floors and look gross. However, Florida actually has quite a few varieties of cockroaches, and each type has its own quirks that make it difficult to eliminate. For instance, some types of cockroaches prefer the outdoors and […]

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Pest Control for Indian Meal Moths

Understanding Moth Species Different moth species can be harmful within households for different reasons. Some moths are well-known for eating away at fabric. During a moth infestation, people might find that their clothes and linens have been permanently damaged. However, moths can certainly cause other issues, especially under certain circumstances. Indian Meal Moth Infestations Many […]

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Important Lawn Care Tips

We all would like to have our lawns look the best that they can. They are a great representation of our homes as a whole. Sometimes, however, it can be difficult to figure out what exactly needs to be done to make it look just right. Here are a few tips that might be able […]

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Carpenter Bees and Pest Control Services

Learning About Carpenter Bees Many people are not familiar with carpenter bees. The fact that carpenter bees strongly resemble bumblebees only makes the situation more confusing. However, the problems associated with carpenter bees are very different from the issues that people will encounter when they’re dealing with bumblebees. Carpenter Bee Behavior People are used to […]

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Proper Lawn Watering

Determine how long to run your irrigation zone by following these basic steps: 1.Place a rain gauge or a flat container (like a tuna can) in the zone you wish to test. Run the irrigation zone for ½ hour. Measure the amount of water that accumulated in the rain gauge or tuna can. Adjust zone […]

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