Author: FordsHometown

Where did this year go and what will the New Year bring? Have you made any resolutions and will you be able to keep them? Here are a few resolution ideas from your pest and lawn professionals: 1.  Resolve to apply pesticides, fertilizers, and grub control...

OOPS! The strong winds knocked down our "Guest" sign causing Santa to become the "Pest of the Month". Reminds me of the year our envelope company accidently made the House Mouse the "Guest of the Month" and Santa the "Pest of the Month". We were glad we...

Wow! Not a creature was stirring because the snakes scared them away. This has been the most active year for snakes inside homes that I can remember. Be sure your doors and windows are sealed properly and try your best to block holes in the...

As part of our service, we often place insect and rodent monitors to capture things that may be crawling around your home or business. This snake got captured on a glue board but you can tell from the snake skin that there may have been...

The Christmas season is upon us. If you are looking for a great tree this year, stop by and see our beautiful Christmas Trees: Douglas Firs, Fraser Firs, Balsm and Scotch Pine.  Trees sizes range from apartment size and up.  Or check out our wreaths and decorated logs....

Face it this time of the year we overindulge. Good food, good drinks and if your like me you indulge in the sales. I load up on flour, cake & cookie mixes and anything else that I might have a coupon for. The problem is,...

How cute is this little red squirrel? He (or she) was in fact very aggressive and hissed and grabbed with its teeth as I was trying to get it to pose for this photo. Our wildlife expert, Leo Dupont explained to me these 7 ounce...

Tick nymphs are very prevalent this time of the year and they are tiny. About the size of a pepper flake. They attach to you or your pet and start to feed. Removing a tick is tricky because if the head is not removed infection...