We love the summer. The hot sun, the picnics, the beach and, of course, the itching and frustration of getting nearly eaten alive by tiny, buzzing, blood-sucking insects--those darn mosquitoes! Franklin Pest Solutions has a gigantic bomb of tips and advice to not only prevent mosquito bites, but to keep the little buggers away from your home!
Pretty soon you're going to be thinking about winter coats, fall pests and snow removal, but there's still some enjoyable summer days and nights left this year. Maybe it's that last Labor Day barbecue, or the family camping trip, or that last hurrah with friends, but summer isn't over just yet. Here's an end of summer wrap up of everything going on in the world of pests and how it affects you.
As new cases of Zika continue to pop up across the United States, it’s more essential than ever to take proper precautions to avoid contact with biting mosquito populations. Mosquitoes are vector pests and can transmit other harmful diseases such as West Nile virus and Chikungunya, in addition to Zika. With warm weather rolling in, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) and Franklin Pest Solutions are urging the public to take extra precautions when spending time outdoors and when getting their homes and property in shape for spring.
This year, Franklin Pest Solutions partners up with South Bend Parks and Recreation to co-host the outdoor summer film series and concert series in various South Bend Parks throughout the summer! We couldn't be more excited for our new partnership and we look forward to making new friends at these events! We'll have reps at several of these film and conert nights with contests, free giveaways for the whole family and of course information on our pest control services, like mosquito control this summer.
Disease-Carrying Mosquitoes Continue to Bite as Summer Draws to a Close
Franklin Pest Solutions encourages home mosquito control Indiana, as well as ongoing vigilance against mosquito-borne diseases
The National Pest Management Association advises the public to take precautions as reports of early mosquito season emerge