When the Dog Starts Scratching, It’s Time to Rid Your House of Fleas

So, it’s fall, and coincidentally you need to rid your house of fleas. Isn t this the same problem you had last year around this time? Fleas are cyclical, like many bugs. So, the end of the summer is the perfect time for them to go into overdrive. Chances are they’re not just on your dog—or [ ] The post When the Dog Starts Scratching, It s Time to Rid Your House of Fleas appeared first on North Fulton Pest Solutions.


Has the Dog Got the Itches? Why It’s Time for Household Flea Control

Prevention is key for household flea control, but if you find a bug in your yard or in your home, be prepared to act fast. The most effective method of control is a one-two combo that starts with your pet and ends with your property. Unfortunately, the fleas you see are likely five percent or [ ] The post Has the Dog Got the Itches? Why It s Time for Household Flea Control appeared first on North Fulton Pest Solutions.

It’s That Time of Year! The Best Advice about Mosquito Pest Control Services

Homeowners in Georgia need to get on top of mosquito pest control services as soon as temperatures start to rise. Female mosquitoes overwinter in the state’s warm climate and begin laying eggs as soon as they’re able. If ignored, thousands of thirsty mosquitoes may soon be hatching in the water sources around your home. Thankfully, [ ] The post It s That Time of Year! The Best Advice about Mosquito Pest Control Services appeared first on North Fulton Pest Solutions.

How to Not Waste Time with Ineffective Mice Pest Control Products

There are a lot of products out there claiming to provide effective mouse eradication. However many of those products, especially the ones available to the general public, are just a waste of time and money. Any pest control expert will tell you that the best method of eradicating mice is by preventing them from entering your home in the first place. You can avoid being taken by ineffective pest control methods by preventing the need for them altogether. Mice like to live near their food source so don’t make your food their food. Here’s how to do it: Store your food in the refrigerator or freezer, or in hard containers in your pantry. Think glass jars or hard plastic bins. Plastic bags and boxes are very easy for mice to chew through. Kick your housekeeping up a notch. Wipe down counters and sweep floors regularly. Don’t forget to get the bits that fall between the stove and counter, or under the refrigerator. Maybe you can’t see them, but mice can easily get down there for a