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Top 4 Myths of Snake Control

September 10th, 2018 by Mike MacDonald in Pest Control Services

Most people hate snakes, but did you know some of the top myths of snake control could actually be attracting snakes to your yard? In this post, you’ll learn the top 4 myths of snake control and how to keep snakes away from your home. Having a well groomed yard will keep snakes out A […]

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Does a long winter reduce mosquito numbers

May 8th, 2018 by Mike MacDonald in Minnesota, Mosquito, Pest Control Services

With many parts of the country getting hit with a late April snow storm, we have been getting the question of, “does a long winter reduce mosquito numbers?” In this post we answer the question of “does a long winter help for getting rid of mosquitoes in your yard?” Is length of mosquito season a […]

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How to use moisture management to reduce pest activity

May 1st, 2018 by Mike MacDonald in Mosquito, Pest Control Services, Spiders

With snow melting and temperatures warming up, it’s becoming prime time for water based pests like mosquitoes to start breeding. This time of year it becomes increasingly important to pay attention to water sources around your home, and to know how to manage them to reduce pest activity. Snow melting and rain falling creates more […]

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Are Barking Spiders Real?

April 18th, 2018 by Mike MacDonald in Spiders

We all know that dogs bark, but do spiders? We’re all familiar with mythical spiders being blamed for decades of flatulence, but are barking spiders a real creature? This post is all about Barking spiders and some facts you might not know. Are these spiders really barking? The Barking Spider is, in fact, real and […]

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Pest control tips for getting rid of ants and where do ants go in the winter

April 6th, 2018 by Mike MacDonald in Ants

With snow melting and winter quickly fading into the past, more people are going to start seeing ants, so this post is all about pest control tips for getting rid of ants in your home. Where do ants go in the winter? As temperatures start to warm up, most pests, like ants, have more freedom […]

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A Gray Lady Bug? Ashy Gray Lady Beetle Facts

March 8th, 2018 by Mike MacDonald in Pest Control Services

Have you ever seen a Lady Bug that looks like it came out of a black and white T.V.? Well this post is all about the Ashy Gray Lady Beetle and a few facts you might not know. Is it a Lady bug? When you say Lady Bug, most people think of a red bug with […]

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