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Call Advanced for Cleanup Services After Outdoor Holiday Party

residentialAdvanced Pest and Weed control offers customers a unique and important service for the holidays. Our company understands that the holidays are a great opportunity for people to spend quality time with family and friends, but this festive mood can be undermined if there are pests present. We offer a great service for this occasion. In addition to preparing the area for the event, you will also have to make sure that the party area is clean afterwards as well. This will require a great deal of attention at a time when the hosts and guests are tired and sleepy. We created a special service that allows our customers to enjoy the peace of mind that comes with adequate pest control in the cleanup phase of your outdoor party. Pest Control & Party Cleanup Our company hires only the most seasoned professionals who understand how to clean up after these holiday...
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What Kinds of Weeds Are the Most Common in New Mexico and Southwest TX?

weedcontrolWhether weeds invade a lawn, farmland or grazing pastures, they can be a frustrating sight to behold. Because weeds tend to be quite adaptable and adept at surviving, they can be difficult to eradicate. Fortunately, not every weed can thrive in New Mexico and Southwest Texas; unfortunately, there are several that are extremely common. Black Medic Black medic is also known by many other names, including hop clover, nonesuch, black clover, blackweed, hop medic and black hay. Mature plants can reach heights of as much as 32 inches. Each leaf consists of three toothy, hairy leaflets that are oval in shape. The flowers are yellow and small, seldom measuring more than one-third inch in diameter. Black medic produces a small fruit that turns black and hard when ripe. Because it is a hardy weed that thrives in a variety of soils and weather conditions, black medic can be difficult to eradicate...
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How To Tell If You Have A Termite Problem

Termites can wreak havoc on your home’s structure before you even know that you have a problem. If you see one termite, you probably have more lurking behind the walls of your property in New Mexico or Texas. Spotting early signs of termite damage can help you prevent bigger complications down the road. Seeing Swarmers Termite swarmers tend to come out in the spring. If they’ve invaded your home, they may fly near your windows and drop their wings on the sill. This can happen after a warm rain. It may also occur indoors in the winter. You might also spy a termite stuck in a spider web. It’s easy to confuse termites with flying ants. If you can capture one of the insects, you can bring it to us for identification. Floor Damage Termites that have invaded a property can damage the subflooring. The destruction may not be evident because...
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What do Landlords need to know about pest control?

residential Pest control is one of the less-than-glamorous issues that landlords have to consider with any of their rental properties, regardless of whether or not the houses have tenants. Whether you're new to being a landlord, or you just don't know what is expected of you regarding pest control, this article can help clear up a few of the questions you may have. Who is Financially Responsible For Pest Control? Often, this is the biggest issue when it comes to rental properties. If the issue is seasonal maintenance, or the infestation arises from natural circumstances, it is typically the landlord's responsibility to cover the cost. Most of the time, landlords will contract with a trusted pest control company to perform periodic maintenance services to prevent infestation issues. If an infestation can be traced back to negligence or the actions of the tenant, it is typically the responsibility of the tenant to...
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