Controlling And Reducing The Health Risks Of Occasional Mice Infestations

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If you live in rural America, you may experience an influx of mice in your home in the late fall. These tiny rodents seek out winter shelter as the weather cools, and your home is often an inviting abode for the winter. The typical American home provides everything a mouse needs to thrive, like food, water, and a warm, dry place to sleep and breed. That means you need to be diligent to keep mice under control and eliminate you exposure to the diseases these pesky rodents can introduce to your home.…

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Fighting Off Mice, Carpenter Bees, & Bats in Your New Jersey Log Home

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If you have recently purchased a big log house in New Jersey, then you know how bothersome the pests can be. During the summer and spring, you have to deal with carpenter bees. Bats will be a problem spring, summer and fall, and mice can be a year-round problem. It can be a full time job to try and deal with these pests on your own, luckily you have a better solution.…

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A Yard Your Neighbors Will Envy: Proper Care Of Your Lawn With Fertilizer And Weed Control

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When you love to have a great yard, you have to develop a plan. A beautiful, lush green lawn doesn’t happen overnight. You will need to fertilize your lawn throughout the growing season, prepare your lawn for winter, and get rid of pests and weeds when the problems come up. You must also make sure that your lawn gets enough water every day and that you use the right seed for the type of lawn that you have.…

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