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Home Improvement

Make It Your Yard Again

kj8a2Everybody knows that the spring and summer months can be full  of awesome activities that the whole family can be a part of. Many of which can be enjoyed in the comfort of your own yard. This is unless the yard experience is hampered by an insect problem of some sort.

Who (really) would rather spend their time swatting at mosquitoes or checking for ticks? I’m sure you can agree that sounds like zero fun. When was the last time you were out on the lawn swatting at a pesky flying fiend and thought (Man I wish there were more bugs)? My guess is probably never. Not once.

That would be really cool if we could call in a sort of Mosquito Squad to swoop in and handle those pests so you don’t have to. There are many companies out there that offer to handle these types of bothersome bugs.

Try looking into (mosquitosquad.com) if you want somebody to do the job right the first time. There is no need to waste your money on treatments with underwhelming results. Why not just look up folks who get the job done?

This means more time to spend out in the yard grilling or playing games with the kids or pets or both! Time isn’t anything that we can get back and the summer is much more fun outside than in.

The thing with mosquitoes and ticks as well is the potential for diseases that can be transmitted. Everyday people (Adults and Kids) fall ill from some sort of Vector Borne Disease due to mosquitoes and tick bites.

It’s nice to have the peace of mind of knowing that these critters want nothing to do with your yard. Having a barrier spray protection set up will surely deter those flying blood suckers from your lawn. The treatment is focused in areas where the insects like to hide and feed.

Ticks are no joke either since they can carry (Lyme Disease) a very serious tick borne illness. Left unchecked it can be fatal. They also offer a (Tick Tube) these are set up to attract mice. (Stay with me here) Using the natural nesting habits of mice to their advantage the mice end up carrying the tick killer into it’s nest where they live.

These are essentially biodegradable tubes with cotton in them that is treated. Taking out the pest from within their own hiding spots.

There are many advances today in the way we can defend our yard from these unwelcome guests. Thankfully these guys are as good as they are at what they do.

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