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Taking care of your lawn and property maintenance is not an easy task. Keeping your plants, shrubbery and grass healthy is a continuous task for most homeowners. Finding golf ball sized holes in your lawn or destroyed shrubbery is not a welcomed find. These holes and damages to your vegetation may be from a mole or vole. So, how do you get rid of voles or moles? Furthermore, how can you tell if it is a mole or a vole that is bothering you yard?
The Topeka pest control pros at Schendel would like to address the issue of ants in your house. With spring finally here, homes throughout Topeka, Kansas City and other areas in our region are sure to be dealing with ants again sometime soon. Why are there coming into your home? Ants are hungry! With the warmer days we are starting to experience, ants are going to start finding their way indoors, searching for food. They will look in your cupboards, around your appliances and even in your trash can; ants aren’t that picky. If there’s food around, ants will be there!
Spring is just around the corner and for many of us, we know that means the inevitable insect bites after spending more time outside. But how can you be sure that what’s biting you is a mosquito? Could it be bed bug bites? Not that anyone wants to think that there’s bugs in the bed but its important to at least be knowledgeable in how to identify bed bugs and a potential infestation in your home.
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