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As we hope you know, we’re committed to providing the highest level of service for each of the solutions we provide!

We know how important it is to you to assure your home and your family are kept safe from the pests so prevalent in Southwest Florida – especially when it comes to bed bugs!

Bedbug Free Network

We’re happy to announce our approval into the national “bedbugFREE” network which assures you know our commitment to helping you — while gaining even more mastery in our business AND being true experts in our field, too!

You can learn more about how we help with bed bug control, or you see how we protect your family, home and office from bed bugs with these helpful links:

Please feel free to give us a call, or contact us, if we can help you with any of your pest control needs.

Have a great day,

Keith

 

As I talked about in my previous post, we’re in the midst of rainy season…

…and the mosquitoes are out in force!

I thought it’d be interesting to review the two types of mosquitoes found in Southwest Florida:

  1. Freshwater Mosquitoes
  2. Salt Marsh Mosquitoes

Freshwater mosquitoes require standing water to lay their eggs, and if it doesn’t rain enough to allow for water to remain stagnant for several days – their population doesn’t grow exponentially.

However, with salt marsh mosquitoes, they lay their eggs in the ground, and as the tide comes in, the eggs hatch.

Freshwater mosquitoes are generally found near fresh water sources like lakes, ponds, and some of the ‘summer only’ water reservoirs around Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Naples, and generally all of Southwest Florida.

The coastal areas generally have the most exposure to the salt marsh mosquito, areas like the southwest section of Cape Coral, Bonita Springs, Fort Myers Beach, Bonita Beach, Naples (by the beach), Sanibel and Captiva islands.

Reducing stagnant fresh water sources is a great way to cut down on the freshwater mosquito population, although due to the amount of rainfall we experience in summer, that can be hard to do.  In terms of the salt marsh mosquito population, there isn’t much that can be done in general, however, we do have solutions for your property.

If you are looking for help reducing the amount of mosquitoes on your property, be sure to check out our Mosquito Prevention & Control information, including our Abatement Program and Outdoor Misting System.   Feel free to contact us, or give us a call at (800) 314-8813, if you have any questions.

Thank you,

Keith

Bed bugs have steadily spread across the United States in recent years. In fact, if you check the bed bug registry you can see the areas of the U.S. where they are concentrated the most.

We’ve all heard stories of bed bugs infesting buildings across the United States. But what you may not know is that bed bugs are a lot closer to our homes in Southwest Florida than you might think. For example, did you know that:

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Bed Bugs: 12 Tips to Help You Sleep Easy

Have Bed Bugs got your skin crawling? They are not just the boogey man in your dreams anymore… In fact, there has been a recent explosion in their populations across the United States.

So what can you do to avoid the nasty little critters?

It’s easy! Just check out these 12 simple tips and you’ll learn just about everything that you will need to know about them.

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