Pest Control

Rat running across kitchen counter

Few things are as frustrating, as a homeowner, than having rodents infest and trash your lovely home. Yet, it still happens all of the time. Mice and rat populations are incredibly resilient, and have a knack for getting into well-secure places. The real problem with rodent infestations is that you might not even realize that

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We’re about to winter, and as the temperatures start to drop, many people are starting to spend more and more time indoors. Well, us people aren’t the only ones trying to do that. Rodents that have enjoyed the outdoors during the summer are looking for ways to get out of the cold, and all of

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During the fall, plants shed their leaves and get ready to hibernate. They store up energy and send down more roots. It’s a busy time for gardeners and homeowners, too. Just as the plants you tend are preparing for winter, you can take some measures to prepare effectively for the season and ensure that your

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caulking crack in window

Many homeowners along the Wasatch front deal with a variety of household pests on a regular basis—black widows, spiders, boxelder bugs, ants, wasps, and yellowjackets, for example. And while pest infestation may seem like a natural part of homeownership here in Utah, the good news is that there are actually a variety of ways to

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As a business owner and a longtime observer of the pest control and lawn care industry I have seen dramatic changes over the years, but none more dramatic than the change brought on by the door to door pest control revival, especially here in Utah.  I know the subject is a little controversial but I

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In Utah, male and female Hobo Spiders mature to adulthood from June to September and are actively seeking to mate.   This is the time of year when Hobo’s are most frequently encountered.  The females will start laying eggs sometime around mid September. Along with Hobo Spiders, many spiders are more active at this time of

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