Posts with the tag: "summer pests"

Keep flies from crashing the party at your outdoor dining establishment

May

22

2014

Simply catching grown flies isn't enough - you have to stop them at their source.

Simply catching grown flies isn't enough - you have to stop them at their source. How to prevent flies at a restaurant.

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Tags: commercial pest control  |  flies  |  black flies  |  summer pests

The Bittersweet Reality Of Bees

June

28

2013

There are a number of stinging insects found on properties of homes and businesses throughout the Pacific Northwest and Intermountain region each summer. And we are quick to judge these insects based on the fact that they do have stingers and in some cases can cause serious allergic reactions. Of course beekeeping as well as bee removal should always be left to the professionals, but there is…

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Tags: summer pests  |  honey bee removal  |  benefits of honey bees  |  bee removal

7 Signs That Your CO Home Is Attracting Pests

June

27

2013

When the summer heat rolls in, so do the summer pests including ants in Colorado. We’re also talking about stinging insects, and mosquitoes among others and unfortunately these pests are probably already trying to invade your property or even inside of your Colorado home. If you do find summer pests to be a problem in Denver or Boulder, our Colorado pest control pros at EnviroPest by Sprague…

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Tags: boulder pest control  |  summer pests  |  home pest control  |  ant control  |  ants in the kitchen

Are Those Sugar Ants In My Home?

June

11

2013

There are many different types of ants in Colorado, and with the onset of warmer weather, ant activity tends to increase. Homeowners in Denver and Boulder are starting to see an abundance of sugar ants, which are most active during the summer. Sugar ants are the small ants in the kitchen that are probably searching around for any sweet treats that were left behind.

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Tags: boulder pest control  |  summer pests  |  home pest control  |  sugar ants  |  small ants

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