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November 12, 2019

#home pest control

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Why Pest Prevention In Tulsa Is Even More Important In The Fall

Posted in: Residential Pest Control,

Many people let pest control slide in the fall. If you're one of them, we understand. Insects disappear when the temperatures drop and reappear every spring when temperatures warm back up. You probably know that many of them die off in the cold. So, why should you have to think about pest control when temperatures seem to be taking care of it for you? The problem is that a large number of insects don't die off. They go into hiding. If they choose to hide in your Tulsa home, you could have some problems to deal with.

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gopher in tulsa

Discouraging Gopher Activity In Your Tulsa Garden

Posted in: Gophers,

"Gophers! Argh!!!" There are few pests that can drive us as crazy as gophers. They dig holes everywhere and the holes they create can cause injury when they are created in outdoor recreational areas. They push large piles of dirt onto our lawns and this can kill the grass, creating "bald spots" of dry dirt. They eat turfgrass, shrubs, trees, roots, seeds, tubers, bulbs, and many vegetables found in gardens. Today, we're going to focus in on that last one. Here are a few ways you can discourage gopher activity in your Tulsa garden.

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November 7, 2019

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carpet beetle on rug

What Everybody Ought To Know About The Carpet Beetles In Tulsa

Posted in: Residential Pest Control,

Carpet beetles are pests that are somewhat hard to explain, and the internet doesn't help matters. If you go looking for information on carpet beetles, you'll get a lot of mixed signals. Hopefully, this short guide will help to get you on the right track.

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an american cockroach crawling along the kitchen table of a tulsa oklahoma property

Defeating The Formidable Cockroach In Tulsa

Posted in: Cockroaches,

There are many different species of cockroaches worldwide—several thousand, in fact. However, only seventy species live in the United States. Among them, there are just four species known for infesting Tulsa homes: American cockroaches, German cockroaches, Oriental cockroaches, and Australian cockroaches. Each of these is capable of causing many problems on your Tulsa property.

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