Pest Control Safe for Pets

We all want what’s best for our four-legged companions. Cats, dogs, and other pets are valued companions in many a household across the world. But a lot of us unwittingly expose our pets to toxic pesticides daily, putting them at a greater risk for poisoning, cancer and organ failure. Keep an eye out for these …

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Best Bug Costumes for Halloween with Apple Pest Control

What do the sisters from Frozen, Batman and cats all have in common? They are all overdone Halloween costumes. Be different this year! I know what you are probably thinking, who has time to make an extravagant costume? Have no fear, we have some quick and easy ideas for your kids and yourself to make …

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Common Winter Pests 2016

Summer has come to a close and the autumn days are getting cooler and cooler. Before you know it, winter will be here and all of our pest problems will be solved. Actually, this is not true and our homes can still have pest control problems during the coldest months of winter. Our best defense …

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Mosquitoes are vectors for many diseases like West Nile and Zika. It is important to know how to protect yourself from them and help prevent their breeding sites around your home. Below we have gathered and listed simple steps to stop mosquitoes from getting out of control: Birdbaths: Clean Weekly. Chain Link Fence: Cap or …

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Interview with Stan Goodson

Watch Stan and Phyllis Goodson share information about organic pest control options in San Antonio, Helotes and the surrounding areas.

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What do Brown Recluse Spiders, Yellow Fever Mosquitoes and Red Imported Fire Ants have in common? They’re currently active here in San Antonio – and pretty much around the state! We’ve gathered some helpful information – to better help folks recognize these pests and learn how to better avoid a potential sting or bite – …

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What to do if you find a baby bird

It’s not uncommon to come across a baby bird out of their nest. Many times, folks find these seemingly orphaned avians in their backyards, on their balconies or during a jog. While the instinct for many is to save the poor feathered fellows, they may end up causing further harm to the baby bird because …

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Common Texas Mosquitos

Texas Mosquitoes Out of the 200 different species of blood suckers found throughout the United States, eighty-five of them call Texas their home. Are they all dangerous? How can you tell them apart? How do they breed? What diseases do they carry? To better answer these questions we gathered and compiled information into one easy …

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how to treat termites

Termites cause more than $5 billion in damages each year in the United States, according to the National Pest Management Association. Many homeowners end up paying the costs out of pocket because these pests are typically not covered by insurance. And what’s even more frightening than billions of dollars of damage is that termites can …

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Bugs in movies

If you were to pause and think about how many bugs are in show business, you would realize that you made the wrong career choice and start Googling “insect talent agent.” Whether it’s as your conscience personified or as your phobia relived, insects find a way to make it onto the silver screen. Below, we’ve …

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