May 17, 2013
If you have been reading our recent blog posts, we have been talking a lot about ticks and the spread of Lyme disease. Because ticks are becoming more active this spring and will continue to be active through the summer months, it is important to be prepped on what to do in case you happen to find a tick on you or a member of your family. It is true that ticks can spread Lyme disease but before you panic, it is best to just get the tick off your skin.
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.
May 19, 2012
The warm weather pests are back and if you haven’t already, now is the time to pest proof your home before you have serious issues with Arkansas insects. We all like to enjoy the outdoors and the warm weather but we must be cautious to avoid the threat of pests while we are enjoy the long spring and summer days. Problematic pests for people and sometimes property include fleas, ticks, spiders, ants, mosquitoes, and stinging insects.
May 9, 2012
With the month of May being Lyme Disease Awareness Month there is a lot of talk about ticks. Awareness is being spread across the country about ways to avoid and prevent ticks from getting to you, your family, your pets, and your property. This increased awareness certainly does help many to avoid ticks but the reality is that even with precautions, sometimes the ticks still find their way to you.
May 3, 2012
Through the month of May you may hear a lot to do with Lyme disease through the media and that is because it is Lyme Disease Awareness Month. Although Deer ticks are found in Arkansas, Lyme disease is not a prevalent problem here but residents of our great state may be exposed via travel into areas where Deer ticks are known to transmit the disease with their bites