Our Lawn Care and Outdoor Pest Control Blog
Wondering how you can help keep your yard healthy and pest-free between services? Here are a few tips, tricks, and DIY hacks that we have learned over the years that can help you take better care of your outdoor space. Read on to learn more!
When it comes to garden and lawn damage, two small creatures often bear the brunt of the blame: moles and voles. While they may sound similar and share some similarities in their destructive behaviors, moles and voles are two distinct species with different habits and characteristics.
Your home insulation is one of the most important components in keeping your house comfortable all year round. Not only does it help to keep heat in during the winter months, but it also helps to keep your home cool during the summer.
Sodium chloride or road salt is applied to roadways, driveways, and sidewalks in Tennessee to melt the ice and snow and improve the safety of motorists and pedestrians. The salt dissolves in water to create a brine that has a freezing point lower than water.
Summer in Tennessee means warmer weather, bugs, and the age-old fight against weeds. From crabgrass to nutsedge, dozens of uninvited guests appear in our yard. That's why we have compiled a list of the most common Tennessee weeds in our flower beds and turfs, including:
An invasive species is destroying our beloved ash trees, and it has been found in 35 states, including right here in Tennessee, Alabama, and Missouri. It is the Emerald Ash Borer beetle (EAB).