Those Pesky Ants
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Those Pesky Ants

Growing up, I lived in a sprawling farmhouse in the country. This beautiful home was constantly filled with the sounds of laughter and the smells of delectable food being prepared in the kitchen. Unfortunately, our home was often invaded by some unwanted guests, ants. Pesky ants would welcome themselves into our living room, kitchen, dining room, bedrooms, and bathrooms. One night, I crawled into my bed only to discover I wasn’t alone. Ants had somehow climbed onto my bed! These destructive ants even ate holes in some of the clothing hanging in my closet. Is your home filled with unwanted, biting ants? On this blog, you will discover the latest methods pest control specialists use to rid homes of pesky ants.


Those Pesky Ants

What You Can Do to Remove a Skunk from Your Yard

Logan Watson

Skunks are stinky pests that release a terrible odor when they feel threatened. The odor can be awful and can drive just about anyone or any animal away. These pests can come into your yard to look for food and water, so if they are finding what they need in your yard, they will continue to come back. They may have a nest in your yard as well, and could also have babies in your yard too. To get rid of these pests in your yard, there may be some things you can do without getting close to them. Read on for some tips.

Call a Pest Control Company

Consider hiring a pest control company for skunk removal services to get rid of these pests for you. They can set out traps and remove these pests from your yard. Live traps can be set in the yard and the pest control company will come back to check the traps. Once trapped, they will take the skunk from the yard and relocate them elsewhere. If there are babies or more skunks, they will continue to trap until they are all gone. They can also offer tips on how to prevent the skunks from coming to your yard.

Remove Debris from Your Yard

Piles of wood or piles of sticks and other yard waste can be a lure for skunks. They can use this area for nesting and as a place for cover or to hide from people. Remove all debris from your yard and keep it clean and tidy. Compost piles can remain, but you need to keep them as clean and away from your house in the furthest part of your yard as possible to keep skunks and other wildlife from getting too close to your home. If you can contain the compost pile in a compost bin, do so.

Clean Your Garden

Clean your garden out and remove as much decaying debris as you can. If possible, block off your garden with wire fencing or some other type of fencing to keep these pests and other pests out of your garden.

If you have a problem with skunks in your yard, you need to clean up your yard to prevent luring these pests in. If you have a problem with skunks, hire a pest control expert to help you get rid of them. These pests and their odor can be a major nuisance for you and your family. Hire a professional to get rid of them.