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Look What the Cat Dragged In: Protecting Your Pets From Pests

“Pet owners should take special care to protect their pets from ticks, fleas, and mosquitoes this season,” says Missy Henriksen, vice president of public affairs for the National Pest Management Association (NPMA). “These pests are not just an annoyance, but could pose serious health threats to your pet and your family.” Read on…

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Advice on Indoor Ant Control

Ants found indoors may be nesting in the structure itself, or they may just be coming indoors looking for food or water. Whatever the case, there are certain steps your customer can take that will help with indoor ant control:

  • Most ants feed on sweets or meats and greases. Wipe up spills immediately. Clean crumbs and drips from shelves, counters and floors. Don’t overlook hidden areas such as stove vents and drip pans that can collect grease.
  • For more advice, click here!
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Apr 2012
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Contact Information

Guardian Pest Solutions

                            of Tennessee, LLC

guardian.sartain@gmail.com

615-977-0756

For appointments:

615-476-2196

www.guardianpestsolutions.com

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Apr 2012
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Pest Myths vs. Pest Facts

As summer pests are a natural part of the outdoors and typically viewed simply as a nuisance, many believe that they have a full understanding of the risks associated with such. Yet, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) warns that there are a multitude of myths about summer insects that homeowners subscribe to – most of which wrongly minimize the threats of stinging insects, mosquitoes and ants.

More on pest myths…

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Apr 2012
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Crane Flies

Crane flies look similar to large mosquitoes, and are often confused for them. They are mostly harmless, their larvae have been known to cause damage to gardens, yards, and in other areas where grass plants commonly grow. Crane fly larvae are considered to be pests, but once they are full grown, they are considered to be more of a nuisance.  Click here to learn more…

Crane Fly

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Apr 2012
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More is not always better

I have been “The Bug Lady” for three years now. Before that time, I am embarrassed to say that I lived completely in the dark about all the diseases and dangers of pests. I didn’t realize that mice could spread salmonella or that the ants that sometimes made themselves comfortable in my kitchen could contaminate our food!  Until I wised up, my husband was in charge of anything creepy crawly in our house.  I gave him free reign.  That meant when he came home from the store armed with cans, bottles and jars of products that promised to kill things I didn’t want in my house, I didn’t ask any questions, even when he covered our kitchen counter with impressive looking quantities of stuff he found at the store.

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Apr 2012
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April Designated As National Pest Management Month

The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) celebrates April as National Pest Management Month, an observance that has been taking place for more than 30 years. National Pest Management Month honors the professional pest control industry for playing a key role in protecting both health and property from significant pest-borne threats.

For more information, click here!

Variety of Insects

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Apr 2012
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