If there’s one thing pests love to do it’s make themselves as inconspicuous as possible and live quietly alongside us without us noticing them. Our homes provide all the essentials for pests, by way of food, shelter and water and the bugs and other creepy crawlies are going to start looking for a way inside Read more
If you have trees in your yard or on your property, and let’s face it a good majority of us do, it’s essential for you to take care of them to help them live long and leafy lives. Trees offer shade during the hottest days of the year, particularly if they shade your home which Read more
We’re so thankful we saw some rain and thundershowers in June, but with rain comes puddles and with puddles comes mosquitoes. Any standing water can become a potential home for these whiny little pests and mosquitoes lay up to 100 eggs at a time! This is why we see an explosion in the population of Read more
When dealing with a pest infestation either at home or in the office, the only outcome anyone wants is a complete elimination of the pest problem. Our expectations of how that elimination will actually happen depend on the variables of the situation; what kind of pest, how far along is the infestation, what methods, if Read more
As summer warms up and they get more active and more curious, rodents may try to infiltrate the tranquility of your yard. We’ve got a few tips for you on how to keep rodents from causing damage to your yard!
Though it may seem a little early to be prepping your trees for the arrival of Jack Frost, winter tree prep must happen before the snow falls in order to properly protect our leafy friends. To thank them for all the hard work they’ve done over the summer shading us through these intense heat waves, Read more
When the weather warms up, the majority of Albertans will flock to the outdoors to soak up that sunshine to make up for the lost time over the winter. But we’re not the only ones soaking up those rays! That’s right, the trees are loving it too! We covered spring tree care in our article Read more
With spring beginning to show its face through our strange Albertan weather, new plant growth is going to start budding soon. And with new plant life, especially spring flowers, we know the bee is soon to follow! It is so important to help out our little friend, the bee. Even if you live in an Read more