Fri 31 Oct 2014
Thu 30 Oct 2014
Posted by Arizona Pest Control Company under Why Choose Arizona Pest Control as your COMPLETE Desert Pest Specialists?
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Tue 28 Oct 2014
1) When you will be outdoors in areas
likely to have ticks, the word to remember is COVER! Cover your
head and cover your body. Wear a hat or bandana. Wear long
sleeves and long pants tucked into your socks. Light-colored
clothing is recommended to make it easier to see ticks.
2) When you return home from the
outdoors, inspect clothing and your entire body, including your
head, for ticks. Don’t forget to check your family members who may
have been out with you and/or your dog as well. After spending time
in a tick habitat, take a shower because it will afford you the
opportunity to thoroughly inspect your entire body.
3) Wear insect repellent with at least
20% DEET. Check with your pediatrician for advice on how to
protect young children.
4) To keep ticks out of your yard, keep
grass cut low, including around fence lines, sheds, trees, shrubs,
swing sets and other difficult to cut locations and remove weeds,
woodpiles and other debris from the yard.
5) Inquire about lawn tick treatments by
a pest management professional. This is especially helpful to
focus on the edges of the lawn where it interfaces with natural
areas. This method has the greatest chance of preventing ticks from
establishing themselves in your backyard.
6) Pet owners should speak to their
veterinarians about preventative tick treatments, as these can help
deter pet pests and kill ticks on contact/upon being bitten.
Mon 27 Oct 2014
Fri 24 Oct 2014
- Seal up any cracks and holes on the outside of the facility including areas where utilities and pipes enter.
- Make sure vents are screened and gaps around windows and doors are sealed.
- Keep tree branches and shrubbery well trimmed.
- Inspect boxes, bags and other packaging thoroughly to curb hitchhiking pests.
- Don’t allow food to sit on counters or shelves in open containers. All food and water sources should be kept sealed unless currently in use.
- Clean all food spills regularly.
- Store garbage in sealed containers and dispose of it regularly.
- Replace weather-stripping and repair loose mortar around the basement foundation and windows.
- Never store food on the floor. Always lift it up on shelves so that rodents and insects do not have easy access.
- Comply will all regulations regarding pests in food service facilities.
- A licensed and qualified pest professional is your best resource to ensure these steps are completed properly.
Wed 22 Oct 2014
Mon 20 Oct 2014
Posted by Arizona Pest Control Company under Free AZ Pest Control Coloring Book for Tucson Residents
Are you interested in Arizona Pest Control’s Fun Facts Coloring Book for your kid(s)? It is filled with educational information about desert pests, and the beneficial bugs in Southern Arizona. If you would like a free coloring book for your kids or younger family members/relatives simply email me at email@example.com with the subject line “Coloring Book” and make sure you include your mailing address in the message. We will send you the coloring book for free, and they are loaded with a ton of useful information. #Tucson #Sahuarita #Vail #OroValley #GreenValley #Marana #Saddlebrooke #Community #Education
Thu 16 Oct 2014
Here are a few clues that termites may be present in a home:
- Mud tubes (used by termites to reach a food source) on the exterior of the home
- Soft wood in the home that sounds hollow when tapped
- Darkening or blistering of wood structures
- Cracked or bubbling paint
- Small piles of feces that resembles sawdust near a termite nest
- Discarded wings near doors or on windowsills, indicating swarmers have entered the home
Call us today at 886-PEST for a free Termite Inspection.
Tue 14 Oct 2014
Posted by Arizona Pest Control Company under Arizona Pest Control shares five simple steps to avoid an ant infestation, General
Experts from Arizona Pest Control recommend the following five simple steps that homeowners can do today to thwart an ant infestation.
1. Block off access points. Take time to inspect the outside of your home for cracks and crevices, paying special attention to areas where utility pipes enter. Seal any small holes or gaps with a silicone-based caulk. Keep tree branches and other shrubbery well trimmed and away from the structure.
2. Eliminate sources of water in and around the home. Indoors, routinely check under sinks for areas of moisture and repair any leaky pipes. Consider using a dehumidifier in damp basements, crawl spaces or attics. Outside, ensure that downspouts and gutters are functioning properly so that water flows away from the home’s foundation.
3. Keep a clean kitchen. Wipe down counter tops and sweep floors to remove crumbs and residue from spills. Store food in sealed containers, and keep ripe fruit in the refrigerator. Also, make sure to dispose of garbage regularly.
4. Don’t forget about the pets. After mealtime, keep pet bowls clean and wipe up any spilled food or water around them promptly. Store dry pet food in a sealed plastic container rather than the paper bags they often come in, which can be easily accessed by ants, rodents and other pests.
5. Work with a pest professional. Eliminating ants can be challenge without the proper treatment. Some species of ants, like carpenter ants, can cause serious property damage while others can pose health threats. If you see ants in your home, contact a licensed pest professional to identify the species and recommend a course of treatment.
Visit www.azpest.com to sign up for a free in-home pest evaluation.
Tue 14 Oct 2014
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