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You often hear that food and ants don’t mix in your home. Ants are attracted to the food source, so they invade your home to get to it, and let's face it who wants ants contaminating your food? Moisture and ants is not a good combination for a homeowner either, moisture actually attracts carpenter ants to your home and makes it easier for them to get inside.
Termites may be tiny but the damages they cause to homes and businesses can be astronomical. The damages they cause are more expensive to repair than floods, hurricanes, and fires. Every year, termites are responsible for more than $5 billion in damages to properties in the United States alone. Termites gnaw their way through wood with extremely sharp, saw-toothed mouthparts, compromising the structure of your support beams and walls, damaging furniture and cabinetry. If you could put a plan in place to protect your home from damages caused by these destructive pests – wouldn't you want to? The good news is you can.
Honey bees are a very important species; they are responsible for pollinating a wide variety of flowers, plants, and crops. Preserving these creatures is important; however, it is also important to respect the honey bee’s ability to sting and cause serious health concerns for people and pets. At EnviroPest, we take pride in being able to help maintain the delicate balance of keeping honey bees alive while still helping you to protect your family.
While they haven’t made their arrival yet, mosquitoes are at home packing their bags, getting ready to invade properties all across the country, determined to ruin every outdoor event that they can. If you are already dreading mosquito season; dread it no longer. The professionals at EnviroPest are here to help. We know that no one wants to dread spending time in their own backyard, that no one wants to be covered in red welts all summer long, and that no one wants to be worried about the diseases that these parasitic pests can spread. We also know how to greatly reduce mosquito numbers on any size property, throughout the mosquito’s entire active season.
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