Posted on December 23rd, 2019 by Pest Control Unlimited
Giving the gift of a year without mosquitoes might be the best gift this holiday season. Nobody should have to share their yard with annoying mosquitoes. These biting pests are dangerous too. They’ve been spreading diseases like Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) and West Nile virus at an alarming rate. This holiday season, protect someone special with a mosquito control program from Pest Control Unlimited. A mosquito-free 2020 is the gift that everyone would appreciate.
Posted on December 9th, 2019 by Pest Control Unlimited
Here at Pest Control Unlimited, we think we’ve found the best holiday gift of the year: a quarterly pest control program. Show someone you care with the gift of a pest-free home all year long. This gift is perfect for first-time homeowners or people who struggle to maintain a pest-free home. Pest control may even be the perfect gift for you! Here are a few reasons why pest control is the best holiday gift of the year.
Posted on November 5th, 2019 by Pest Control Unlimited
Colder days and shorter nights are upon us. This may make it seem like we are finished dealing with pests, but in the case of some, particularly fleas, this is certainly not the case. Because fleas are parasites and latch onto the backs of our beloved pets, they may already be inside your home and […]
Posted on October 29th, 2019 by Pest Control Unlimited
With fall comes colder temperatures and shorter days. Fall symbolizes the start of new beginnings, apple cider, and Patriots football. It is also the start of the “stinky home invader.” Several species of bugs and other annoying pests begin making their way into your homes during this time, seeking the promise of warm shelter. Two […]
Posted on October 23rd, 2019 by Pest Control Unlimited
Those pesky little beetles that look like ladybugs are coming. In the months leading up to fall, Asian lady beetles begin to leave summer feeding sites in search of safe places to spend the winter. As Asian lady beetles seek out shelter, they seek protection inside and outside buildings, including your business and home. They congregate in attics, ceilings, and walls while seeking protection and warmth for the winter.