Do you have a friend who only shows up when he wants something? That's how ants are. It is so irritating. They don't want to be your friend. They just hang out with you for what they can get. It's rude if you really think about it. That's why we put together this helpful guide. We call it the "It's not you it's me" guide to breaking off the relationship with ants. The "It's not you, it's me" guide focuses on making your home less desirable to ants. At the end of this exercise no self-respecting ant will want to visit you. Ever.
Spending time outdoors and enjoying the sun is something that many people and families living in Colorado like to do; whether that means gardening or hosting BBQ’s at home, hiking, swimming at the lake, or attending outdoor concerts. Whatever you choose Colorado provides some excellent summer weather and the perfect background to do it in! At EnviorPest we want to provide you with some easy tips to help make sure that your summer plans are not de-railed by pesky summer pests like mosquitoes, flies, ticks, stinging insects, and ants.
The first step toward stopping mosquito bites is to develop a better understanding of the nature and habits of the mosquito. We wait all winter and endure cool springtime just to enter into those warm summer months with fun outdoor activities. However, the incessant buzzing and biting mosquitoes can put a real damper on an otherwise enjoyable evening outdoors.
The weather throughout the United States seems to keep everyone guessing. Some areas are flooded with water standing everywhere while in other areas the crops are crying for a drink. Colorado has awakened to the realization that the dreaded mosquito season is in full swing and rainy days certainly haven't helped the situation.
Have you seen them scampering across the floor, scaling the walls, and filling the air with their annoying little buzzing sounds? Bugs! They return every year to plague you. But this year it will be different. This year you'll be armed with 5 smart ways to stop those summer bugs.
Pests can damage our homes and make us sick. So, it shouldn't be surprising that they elicit an emotional response when we see them or think about them. And all those bad emotions are going to have an effect over time. Studies show that the more you frown, the more wrinkles you will develop, and the older you will appear.
Every summer you can count on two things: all the trees, plants, and flowers are going to come back to life, and pest problems are going to increase. But, what pests should you be watching out for this summer? The most common summertime pests are mosquitoes, ticks, and ants. Here is a quick guide to protecting your home from the harmful effects of these bugs.
Anyone who knows anything about modern plague epidemics knows that they are not as rampant as they were in the Middle Ages. They also know that they are most often connected to prairie dogs. But, in a recent report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it wasn't prairie dogs that caused four Colorado residents to come down with the plague. It was a pet dog.
Do we have voles or moles around our home? This is a common debate Colorado homeowners face. They both look like rodents but moles are actually insectivores. Besides their classification they have very similar traits, even their names sound similar. If you look closely though, you'll find that there are differences that set these two pests apart.