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Mild Winters Keep Us Busy

You see, mild winters produce more pests. Warm temperatures mean better survival rates for bugs that are not cold-hearty.  Enemy number one on this list is mosquitoes. Chances are, we’re going to see a wet spring. Warmer temps and ample amounts of water pooling gives these vicious, disease-spreading biters plenty of room to breed.

Meanwhile, Below Ground…

You would think that moles are dormant in winter, right? Nope. Moles don’t hibernate. They usually follow worms deep in ground to avoid freezing.  However, with warmer temperatures, they stay closer to surface causing mole trails to appear everywhere. This fact shows the importance of a good mole control program starting now and run it through the summer.

We’ve Got You Covered
For a limited time, we’re running a mole & mosquito special for $59 a month.