July 20, 2012
On Friday June 22nd, Kyle Lundy of Pest Ops did an interview with Samantha Saracino of WATEâ€™s 6 news. The interview aired the same day and can be seen at the following link.
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This interview focused on the busy season of pest control companies: summer. For Pest Ops currently, the most frequent calls relate to problems with ants, wasps, yellow jackets, and hornets. According to Kyle Lundy, the majority of customers receive an initial inside and outside service followed by subsequent treatments that center around perimeter work. Having perimeters treated is essential since over 90% of insects invade from the outside of a home.
Although some people associate bug problems with cleanliness, the true origin of pest control issues depends on the surrounding environment. For example, houses in wooded areas and lakefront properties often experience a greater number of pests than the average home. The key to protect your home from unwanted critters is to have your home treated by a professional, like Pest Ops.
Homeowners should take steps to make sure that all doors and windows seal well in order to prevent an entryway for invading bugs. If doors and windows do not shut tightly, caulk them to discourage insects from entering your home. Even if you do not currently have any pest problems, it is recommended to get your home treated to avoid future infestations.
To schedule an appointment with Pest Ops, click here or contact us at (865) 966-0750.
July 20, 2012
Recently, Kyle Lundy did an interview with Erin Donovan from WBIRâ€™s Live at Five at Four segment. The interview features various tips about how to prevent pests from entering your home and highlights Pest Opsâ€™ approach to environmentally safe pest control methods.
The video also explains that due to the mild weather from this past winter, we can expect a large number of summer bugs. If you are experiencing problems at your residence, call our office or click here for an appointment and make sure to check out the interview at the following link.