Are the mice and rats knocking at your door? As the cold weather approaches, we all head inside where it is warm, sit by the fire and relax. The same happens to all the pesky rodents this time of year. The rodents are also looking for a nice warm place to nest for the winter … (read more)
Ticks in Tennessee during the summer can be very frustrating. Actually, as I wrote this blog there were several words describing ticks that floated to the surface: creepy, gross, worrisome, concerning… just to name a few. Mostly, people are very fearful. Not really about the tick, itself, but more about the diseases caused by the … (read more)
Did you know that 2010’s acorn crop is contributing to this year’s increase in ticks? It’s not the early hot weather that we’ve had. It’s acorns! While browsing Twitter the other day, we came across a story that the National Pest Management Association (@PestWorld) tweeted. To read their full article on the topic, you can follow this link: Acorns, Not Weather, to … (read more)
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently made changes to how rodents are regulated. As your resident rodent catchers, this affects how The Bug Man takes care of you: our customers. Let us start by saying that the best way to manage the rodent population is through a fancy term called Integrated Pest Management (IPM). It’s also known as Green … (read more)
Rodents are rapidly running inside homes this holiday season. Check out our blog for tips and tricks on how to keep them out. Baby, it’s cold outside. And, just in time for your holiday gatherings, rodents are moving inside your home to steal a meal. To rodent-proof your home, here are a few tips and … (read more)
Cooler breather is bringing pests inside, especially rodents. Check out this blog for quick tips on pest proofing your home. As cooler weather chills our climate, the temperature isn’t the only brisk thing around. Rodents are beginning to scurry inside warm houses to hunker down for the winter. With the ability to squeeze through holes … (read more)
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