Concerns about climate change are legitimate and far reaching. While scientific data demonstrates its effect on droughts, heat waves, and hurricanes; the effect on insect populations are just as important. … [Read more...] about Climate Change and Predictions for Bug Control
Warmer weather means spending time in Long Island backyards – especially this summer with the COVID-19 outbreak curtailing many normal activities. While it's unclear when the governor will relax restrictions, large events like festivals, concerts, etc. … [Read more...] about An Ounce of Prevention: Preventative Pest Control Services
National Arbor Day, which this year is April 24, is our yearly reminder of how important trees are. Trees transform carbon dioxide into oxygen, a vital step in halting greenhouse gases and climate change. Plus, they prevent soil erosion and protect our … [Read more...] about What Bugs Are In Your Trees?
March winds and April showers bring May flowers, as the saying goes. April rain also brings insects to your home, and it coincides with warmer weather waking some insects from dormant states. … [Read more...] about Prepping for Rainy Season
Pest problems happen all year long. The only thing that changes is the risk for certain kinds of pests. Each type of interloper has its peak season, so starting the new year with a pest management evaluation will prepare you in advance and prevent … [Read more...] about Start Your New Year Right With a Pest Management Evaluation