May 9, 2013
Ticks in Arkansas and across the country become more active in the spring, which is why May has become Lyme Disease Awareness Month. There are certain types of ticks that are known to transmit Lyme disease to humans and with a large number of cases of Lyme disease reported every spring and summer across the entire country, now is the time to prepare your family and property to prevent tick bites and the spread of Lyme disease. The AR pest control professionals are here to answer a few of your questions about ticks in LIttle Rock, Fayetteville, and throughout Arkansas.
July 7, 2012
There is no doubt that the summertime gives us ample opportunity to enjoy time outdoors. From walks and hikes to afternoons on the deck with friends and family, there is plenty of fun to be had. Of course, if you are not careful when outdoors yellow jackets, fire ants, fleas, and mosquitoes could cause problems. Yes, summer pests like those mentioned above are out in full force during the warmest part of the year and you, a family member or friend could end up covered in bites or on the receiving end of a sting. To avoid stinging and biting insects this summer, McCauley Services has put together a little guide on the common summer pests including a few tips on how to avoid them.
May 5, 2012
As the outdoor activities commence this spring, there are many walks, hikes, camping trips and other fun outdoor activities to enjoy. The one thing that can be quite sobering is to find a tick bite on you, a family member or a pet and that is why we would like to share a few tips on how to check for ticks as well as ways to prevent ticks while enjoying the outdoors.