Natural Ways To Get Bees To Move Their Hives

Posted on: 31 March 2015

If you have some bees making a hive around your home in a spot you don't like, instead of killing the beehive, you can encourage the bees to move their home. Since bees are so important to our ecosystem, it is better to get them to move than to kill them. Here are a few ways you can encourage the bees on your property to make their home elsewhere. Take Away Their Building Supplies
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Spring's Here: Learn How To Deal With Carpenter Bees On Your Property

Posted on: 24 March 2015

With the warmer days of spring finally here, now's a great time to do a little spring cleaning, landscaping, and home maintenance. If you live in a region of the country where carpenter bees are a common pest during the early months of spring. However, this might also be a good time to take the steps necessary to protect your home. Knowing how to prevent carpenter bees and how to get rid of an infestation will save you a great deal of time and frustration as spring turns to summer.
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4 Reasons To Consider Hiring Exterminators

Posted on: 23 March 2015

If you have a pest problem in your home, you may start thinking about ways that you can resolve it on your own. However, this may not be the most effective way to get rid of the pests and can sometimes even make it worse. Here are four reasons you should consider hiring professional exterminators: Utilizes Specialized Plans for Each Pest: Professional exterminators have specialized plans for every type of pest that can be found in a home.
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Winning The Battle With The Ants In Your Home

Posted on: 23 March 2015

Ants live in large colonies and are always looking for new sources of food. They don't discriminate between your house or a rotted tree stump when on their search. Understanding a little about ant behavior will let you stop them from making your house another stop in their food rounds. What Attracts These Pests? Ants are drawn to sweet items, greasy foods, and dry food crumbs. The colony sends out scouts to comb the neighborhood and return with directions to new food sources.
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