Tag Archives: pest prevention

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Why You Should Avoid DIY Pest Control

Due in large part to convenient online shopping and do-it-yourself home hacks, DIY pest control is becoming more common for homeowners looking to combat pests. Unfortunately, even though homeowners’ intentions

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Simple Tips for Pest Prevention in Your Home

Preventing pest invasions is important to your health and the health of your family.  Insects and other pests love wet, unsanitary places like sewers, garbage disposals, kitchens, bathrooms, and garbage.Learn some easy pest tips.

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Begin Tick Protection Today

Many areas of Long Island have already seen ticks in their yards and on their pets. Sightings will increase as the weather gets warmer and because our deer population is rising. Ticks hitchhike on deer and other animals. They have 4 stages: egg, six-legged larva, eight-legged nymph, and adult. After the egg stage,  ticks must eat blood to survive. When ticks eat our blood, they spread Lyme disease, Borrelia miyamotoi infection, Ehrlichiosis,  and many more diseases.

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Tips for Rodent Exclusion

How to keep away mice and seal up spots in your basement and home that might be the way for these little pests to get in.

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Use Suburban Rodent Shield for Natural Rodent Prevention

Our “Rodent Shield” is an all-natural repellent applied to your home’s foundation. While we smell a minty odor, rats and mice hate the smell and taste. The product is made of all-natural essential oils which bind to your home’s foundation and are not easily washed off.

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