Cicadas in Tennessee 2011

Cicadas

We’re using Llama Font to deliver bad news about the 2011 Cicadas in Tennessee…

Here at The Bug Man, we’re big fans of humor. It’s great to laugh! Because, honestly, some things are quite funny. If laughter is the best medicine, then we’ve got an entire medicine cabinet full of it!

While browsing Twitter today, we stumbled upon a funny little web page called Llama Font. It genuinely cracked us up to think about Tina the llama from the movie Napoleon Dynamite bending to make llama letters.

The creators of Llama Font suggested that their llama letters should be used to deliver bad news…

Bad News About the 2011 Cicadas in Tennessee

Though the news you just read is tragic, don’t be dismayed. Rather, take relief in knowing this good news…

Good News About The Bug Man

If you found this page on Google and really want legit info about cicadas, please read our previous blog post The 13-Year Cicada Set to Invade Middle Tennessee.

Have any questions about cicadas (or any other pest)? Please post a comment. Maybe we’ll answer your questions in Llama Font!

Just kidding. We won’t answer in Llama Font. 🙂

“When you treat for bugs, will it hurt my pet?”

Will bug treatment affect my pet

One of the things we get asked most frequently here at The Bug Man is, “When you treat for bugs, will it hurt my pet?” This is a common question deserving of a clear answer. In short, when pest control products are prepared and applied properly according to label specifications, they will not hurt you, your family, or your pet.One of the things we get asked most frequently here at The Bug Man is, “When you treat  for bugs, will it hurt my pet?”

This is a common question deserving of a clear answer.

In short, when pest control products are prepared and applied properly according to label specifications, they will not hurt you, your family, or your pet.

Join with us now in a sigh of relief and a smile of appreciation. And, please read on to learn more.

The Bug Man takes great care in following the safety and application instructions for the products that we use. We measure the amount of product necessary for each pest control service and apply it specifically to a targeted area. We do not spray your home or workplace frivolously. There are some instances where we must use a technique called fogging, but that’s the exception, not the rule. Also, on the service tickets for our customers, we note how much of each product we apply.

In some treatment situations, we will request that pets and people vacate the premises for a particular period of time.  This is generally only required for flea and bed bug treatments.  Most other times, Felix and Fido can stay cozy on the couch.

We are a Quality Pro company. What that means is that we adhere to certain guidelines:

* Employee background checks

* Drug-free workplace

* Our technicians wear uniforms

* Customer service

* Stewarding the environment through following directions on product labels, applying products properly and disposing of products safely

We love information and education at The Bug Man. If you have any questions about blogs, bugs or anything else, please, let us know. You can post questions and comments on our blog, Facebook or Twitter. Or you can call us at 615.217.7284.