Spring Pest Control Advice for Memphis Homeowners

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Finally, winter is nearly over and spring is here! While spring brings the budding of new life, cheery flowers, and warmer temperatures, it also brings spring pests.

Common springtime pests can cause infestations for Memphis homeowners if not taken care of early. The following are the top spring pests Memphis homeowners should avoid.

Bees & Yellow Jackets

Bees, and more specifically, yellow jackets, are common in the spring. They search for places to build their paper nests made of chewed up cellulose materials ...

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Top 4 Pests You Should Be Aware of For Fall

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Fall time can bring an increase in unwanted pests. Protect your home and yard by being aware of the pesky insects and creatures you may come in contact with this fall. These are the top four invaders you should be aware of in your home or yard.

Pesky Flies

The problem of flies can start in the summer months, but they tend to hit their peak in the fall after having all summer to increase in numbers. As the temperatures ...

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Winter Pest Control Tips in Memphis

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When it’s cold outside and warm indoors, you can be sure your home will be inviting to all of the pests and rodents looking for shelter.

Cold weather conditions bring inside rodents, silverfish, spiders, cockroaches, and fleas. Pests can also be brought inside on plants, food products, firewood, and other items. Rainfall and moisture will continually aggravate ant colonies throughout the winter, forcing ants to seek dry ground indoors. Moisture can also promote pest reproduction and accelerate growth, thus increasing the need for ...

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Ant Control for your home and property: what you need to be aware of

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Summer and backyard cookouts go hand in hand—you know what else goes with those two things?

Ants.

Here in the Millington and Memphis areas we have our share of ant infestations and summertime is the when we tend to see the worst of the problems.

So to make sure you can enjoy your yard and the great outdoors, here’s some mid-summer ant control tips for your home and property.

Plan ahead

The saying “failing to plan is planning to fail” can be applied to pest ...

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Landlord? Here are some great tips for making sure your rental properties stay pest free 

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Are you a landlord or property manager?

Do you have rentals that sit vacant between renters?

If so, then you probably have had to worry about pest problems while the property remained empty. This is a common issue for some of our clients, so we thought we would address the best ways for you to ensure your rental properties are pest free—especially when they’re vacant.

Preventive Maintenance is a necessity

While you’re undoubtedly aware of the importance of preventive maintenance to keep your ...

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Summer Pest Prevention Tips for Memphis Homeowners

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Summer is the time of year we love to get outdoors, relax, and enjoy the weather and all that our beautiful area has to offer.

That means summer picnics, fireworks, backyard barbecues, fun get-togethers, and maybe even some camping.

But along with all this summer fun comes a few annoyances: pests

Although some bugs and pests can be dangerous, the vast majority of insects and outdoor pests we deal with here are more bothersome and annoying than anything else.

Here are our best tips ...

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Fall Pest Prevention Tips for Memphis Residents

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Spiders, beetles, box elder bugs, rodents, and other pests begin to move indoors as temperatures drop and cooler weather approaches. These pests like to use walls, voids, basements and attics as their winter retreats.

First and foremost, take the right steps to prevent a rodent infestation.

Those steps include:

What can you do?

  1. Don’t allow pet foods and bird seed to accumulate in your yard, garage or anywhere around the house
  2. Make sure wood piles and vegetation are away from the sides of the ...
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