Keep Those Pests Outdoors in the Fall

As Fall approaches, we anticipate cooler weather and snuggling under a blanket to stay warm.  Who/what else wants to stay warm? Mice and other critters that may be able to sneak into your house.  Read about the possible damage to your home and health if that happens by reading these “Top 10 Pest-Proofing Tips For Fall.” Call us to help you pest-proof your home for the colder weather. 931-456-6689.

Take this Quiz on Fleas and Ticks

Take this quiz on Fleas and Ticks and check your knowledge. Fleas infest both household pets and wild animals like opossums, raccoons, and skunks. They can also be found on shoes, pant legs or blankets, which can transfer the fleas to new environments.  Read more on our website here.

If you are concerned about fleas in your home, contact a pest professional. They will be able to inspect your home, confirm the fleas and recommend a course of flea control to get rid of fleas. Schedule A FREE Pest or Termite Inspection. Call us at 931-456-6689.

Whack Those Wasps?

Wasp stings hurt. Did you know that a wasp can sting more than once during an attack?  Wasp stingers remain intact. However, even without a lodged stinger, wasp venom can cause significant pain and irritation.  Read more about wasp pest control here.

If you are concerned about wasps on your property, contact a pest professional. They will be able to inspect your home, confirm the type of wasp and recommend a course of wasp control to get rid of wasps. Call us to schedule a free pest or termite inspection, or to remove a wasp nest. 931-456-6689.

Healthy Homes Are Pest Free

It is important to keep your home pest free as some pests transmit disease and others can cause illness, according to the Tennessee Department of Health. Left alone, bug and rodent infestations can become almost impossible to deal with. Fortunately, we can help. We offer a spray treatment service that can be scheduled annually, semi-annually or quarterly. We also provide baits to handle mice, rats, spiders, and roaches.Free Inspections! All Work Guaranteed Licensed, Bonded & Insured Charter # 1414. Read more by clicking here. Then call us to get started for peace of mind in 2018. 931-456-6689

Overseeding and Aeration After care Tips

Helpful Tips to Care For Your Lawn After Overseeding and/or Aeration

Question: How Often Should I Water My Lawn?

Answer: A LOT. And start  NOW.

You should begin watering right after you overseed your lawn and water 1 to 2 times per day until the grass grows to mowing height; You are not spraying the seed to wash it away but watering it to keep it moist.

The seed should be kept moist until grass plant seedlings are seen sprouting out of the aeration holes. Usually within 14 days to a month you will see new grass seedlings.

When Can I Start Mowing The Lawn?

Answer: When the seedlings reach mowing height ; but Its usually safe to wait at least 2 weeks. Patience is key when caring for your newly overseeded lawn. If you have any questions please call the office. We appreciate your business.



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