Bees Are Dangerous

Bees Are Dangerous

Bee Removal Services

Bees can be one of the most dangerous insects. When they get mad they swarm. They can get you, your…

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Scorpion Control

Scorpion Control

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Arizona Scorpions have a nasty sting. A scorpion infestation is nothing nice to deal with, when they get in your…

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Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs

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Bed bugs dont only hide in your mattress they will live in all the furniture in your home.

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Rat & Rodent Control

Rat & Rodent Control

Prevent Diseases

Rats, Mice and Rodents can carry a variety of diseases.

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Jax Pest Control Facts

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Facts about Mice, Rats & Rodents In Your Home


Mice are commensal rodents which means, ” Living with humans”. The problem is we don’t want them to be commensal, we want them outside. This is why we spend over one hundred and twenty million dollars a year on rodent control in the United States.
Once in the home, mice set up shop close to food. This usually means your kitchen is transformed to a Hilton Hotel over night. Mice will only travel about 10 to 25 feet from their home, which is why they can be found mostly in the kitchen. They will also snuggle up to a room, such as the bed room, if you are a bed snacker. Mice are also very active. If they find a snack, they will travel back and forth to this snack about 20 times a night. Mice are terrific at gnawing things and they also like to make a mess with their droppings. It is important to act quickly if you suspect a mouse problem in the home as they can reproduce quickly and a few mice can grow to large numbers fairly fast. If there is one fact to remember, they need to be eliminated from your home once they are found. Happy hunting!

We are coming into (Bee Season) and the same old insanity begins. The Bees and Wasps go crazy. Good luck sitting outside with a can of soda or having a picnic in peace. So what can you do? First thing you can do is take a stroll around you home to see if you can identify any wasp nests that are in the yard or around the property, carefully! Look at window shutters from afar, notice any buzzing brutes flying in and out from under them? Look around fences and along roof flashing. Anywhere there is constant bee activity can mean a nest. As I have said in the past, be extra careful if you are going to spray these nests down yourself. Hiring a professional is the safest bet. It will cost a few dollars as bee work is expensive, but you will save yourself a potential trip to the hospital and money in the long run. Getting rid of nests close to your home won’t eliminate the pests bothering you outside while partying at the summer bar-b-que, but it will help alleviate them some and keep your guests safer.

The Bugs Are Waking Up
Spring time brings with it the awakening of of all the ants, bees, and flies that are associated with the season. It also sparks the start of the busy season for many pest control companies. Swarms of termites, ants crawling on kitchen counters, and over wintering bugs trying to get out all initiate calls to the bug man to save the day. Naturally there is the do-it-yourself crew who will be perusing the Internet for do-it-yourself pest control products to exterminate that pesky bug that the wife wants gone. Spring means new life and I am glad it is on its way. However you decide to get rid of your bugs, remember it is important to use caution and to shop around for the right product or company. We at Jax Pro Pest look to educate you first. Happy Spring.

The Bug Man
The bug man, as many pest control professionals are affectionately called, is the face of the pest control industry. Professionalism, knowledge, and the ability to build good relationships are all components of a good pest control person. Having a professional demeanor means being neat and well groomed, having passion for your job, as this shines through to the customer, and keeping your equipment clean and organized. Knowledge should be something that the professional never stops pursuing. Going to seminars and classes, keeping your credits up to date, and reading and researching are all important things to do. Your customer will know when you are B.S.’ing them, and many of them might even know as much as you these days with the Internet out there. Good relationships are the foundation of any business and should be cultivated.

 

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