Posts from March 1, 2016 to March 31, 2016
An ancient proverb states, “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” Simply put, beauty is determined by what the individual sees through their own eyes. Some people see a young vole scurrying across the yard and think of how cute the innocent looking little creature is while others do not view the vole fondly at all. In actuality, the vole is a compact rodent with small, beady eyes and tiny, almost hidden ears and is capable of invoking considerable damage.
What is the first thing you think of when you hear the words "bed bug exterminations", do you think about the relief a bed bug service can provide, do you think of the embarrassment of having a bed bug infestation in the first place? Maybe you have no reaction at all. The reality is that a bed bug infestations can happen to anyone, unfortunately we know about the negative stigma associated with bed bugs. While some people think a bed bug infestation is linked to sanitary conditions, the truth is bed bugs seek a blood meal and nothing more. With proper education and awareness we hope that eventually this stigma can be eliminated.
The experts at EnviroPest are sure that you already have it marked on your calendar, but just in case you don’t, here is your reminder- Termite Awareness Week is being celebrated from March 13th- 19th. Each spring termite awareness is encouraged in order to help homeowners either prevent themselves from becoming victim to these very damaging pests, or to help homeowners identify that they may already have a problem allowing them to get help as quickly as possible. Termites are active year-round but increase their activity levels with the warm weather of spring; therefore, spring is the perfect time of year for us to increase our vigilance against these wood destroying pests and keep our homes protected.
You can probably think of someone in your life you wouldn't mind having at your home all winter long, perhaps a friend you've known since middle school or a cousin who's stuck by your side through thick and thin. But, even the closest of friends and most precious of relatives can get on your nerves if they stay too long. And if a "wanted guest" can get on your nerves, how much more will an unwanted guest drive you crazy? How about unwanted guests that invade your home by the hundreds?