Signs Your Home Needs To Be Treated For Termites

Posted on: 5 December 2016

Termites are pests you don't want to mess around with. They are so destructive that they can do a lot of costly damage to your home while you're attempting DIY pest control methods. To keep your home safe from termite damage, it's best to hire a pest control company for preventative treatments. Then, you'll want to monitor your home for signs of activity so you can take action before an infestation grows.
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Four Tips For Having Stone Facing Added To Your Home

Posted on: 7 November 2016

Having stone facing put on the front of your home can greatly increase the overall value of the property. It is important to take your time making all of the decisions that come with having a stone face placed on your home. Consider the following factors before having any stone facing added to your home. Consider the Amount of Space that Needs to be Covered The first thing you need to consider is how much space you want covered in stone on the front of your home.
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Getting Rid Of Pesky Dandelions To Improve Your Landscape's Appearance

Posted on: 18 October 2016

If you own a home, and you noticed there are several dandelions marring the appearance of your lawn, you will most likely want to take the necessary steps in removing them effectively. There are several ways one can battle a dandelion problem without using harsh chemicals in the process. Here are two natural ways you can get dandelions out of your yard so your grass and foliage is not at risk of crowding or poor appearance from the presence of these weeds.
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Tips For Preventing Spiders In The Home

Posted on: 19 September 2016

Spiders can be a real problem in the home, especially in late fall and early winter when they begin to come indoors for protection from freezing weather. Generally, most spiders are harmless and even beneficial, since they primarily eat other insects. The issue is if you have venomous spiders coming indoors. The following tips can help prevent their invasion. Tip #1: Clear around the exterior of the house Wood piles and debris can harbor spiders.
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