“Is the Zika virus still around?”—that’s a great question. If you’re concerned about Zika, you want to know the facts. Zika virus is still in the United States, but only in a very small area around Miami. Right now, the US Center for Disease Control (CDC) is successfully stopping the virus from spreading. Here’s everything

The Lifecycle of the Mosquito

There are four life stages a mosquito goes through before reaching maturity. Gaining an understanding about these life stages can help you to effectively prepare for and prevent a mosquito problem within your home. The life cycle is the same for almost every mosquito, but there are a few variations depending on the species and
Claimed as the worst disaster to strike the U.S. since super storm Sandy, the recent flooding in Baton Rouge and surrounding areas has brought about much devastation. If your home has been flooded, you may be wondering what the next steps are. There are dangers present when water enters the home at these levels from
The Louisiana Flood of 2016 is finally over and the flood waters are starting to retreat.  People are returning home to access the damage and formulate plans to move forward.  Streets, parking lots, houses and backyards that were recently under water are now drying out after the historic event that damaged at least 40,000 homes
Zika virus is a relatively new disease that has spread very quickly and made it’s footprint across the world. As it becomes more and more widespread, there is more research being done, more action being taking, and more reporting to the public about how to protect themselves. Learn the latest on Zika including what we
Summer brings warm weather and fun outdoor activities for you and your whole family. Unfortunately, it also brings with it pesky mosquitoes. Whether you are biking, swimming, or just sitting around a campfire, chances are you are going to be bitten at least once. In order to cut down on the potential risks that come
You may have already heard that bioremedial foam treatments are a type of pest control which are gaining popularity with many types of businesses and that this type of treatment is particularly helpful for restaurants. If you are not sure what a bioremedial foam treatment is, it is the use of a foam that contains
Restaurants have a lot of options when it comes to pest control. These measures literally help keep flies out of the soup. But considering the wide range of options, what makes Bioremediation Foam Treatments different than other treatments? Bioremedial Foam Treatments works on the basis of microbes ridding the environment of waste. Not only do
Bioremedial Foam Treatments make for a great solution to the woes restaurants face from pests and the buildup of organic matter. Here’s why: The Bioremedial foam is completely safe in sensitive food-handling environments because it uses microbes that naturally occur, so they’re likely already present in your restaurant. Instead of introducing harsh foreign chemicals, the
Bio-Remedial Foam Treatment…the name sounds pretty complicated, but in actual fact it’s a very natural pest control solution. Let’s dig into the explanation of the treatment and give you a few reasons why we recommend you consider it for your restaurant. What exactly is Bioremedial Foam Treatment? The treatment is a natural way of ridding

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