Posts from June 1, 2010 to June 30, 2010
The pigeon population in Colorado has increased dramatically over the years creating nuisance pest problems for business owners and home owners. While they may seem harmless they produce and carry bacteria that can translate into illness in humans.
Read the article attached to this link to learn more about what WebMD and others are saying about the 'problem with pigeons'.
While termites have not been as big problem in Denver, Fort Collins or elsewhere in Colorado in the past as say in more humid regions of the country, activity from these wood destroying insects is on the rise. In order to survive and even thrive termites must have moisture. This past winter many areas of Colorado received wet, heavy snowfall as well as late blizzards resulting in lots of moisture and an environment ripe for termite activity. Factors like increased humidity, full lakes and rivers as well as run off that has not yet peaked are also contributing to the increase in problems.