Living in the Temecula and Fallbrook areas has many perks—we have great weather pretty much year round, there are great schools here, and we have easy access to some of the best beaches in the world, just to name a few. There really aren’t many downsides to living in this area.
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You may remember from a couple of years ago when crane flies invaded the Temecula Valley and we talked about it on our blog. Well, they’re back! Due to the unusually wet winter we had this year (similar to the one we had two years ago), crane flies are back in abundance. These gangly-legged insects are a nuisance, but what else do you need to know about them? Read on, as our Temecula pest control company answers some frequently asked questions about crane flies. [Read more…]
There are a lot of little-known facts about pests and the pest control industry, but not a lot of them matter to the average homeowner or business property owner. We don’t expect people to know everything there is to know about the pests that are common to Temecula (that’s our job), but these five facts are not only interesting—they can also help homeowners and business owners in Temecula protect themselves and their properties from the damage pests can cause. [Read more…]
Our Temecula pest control company works with a lot of home and business owners in Temecula, Murrieta, and Fallbrook every day. We know that many of them lead busy lives—running businesses or going to work every day, raising families, or attending school. Because we know how busy they are, we have great appreciation when one of them takes the time to leave our pest control company a review on a site like Google, Yelp, or Facebook. [Read more…]
Many people in Temecula, Murrieta, and Fallbrook have black widows living in or around their homes. This particular type of spider loves our warm, dry climate. But unlike ants, you rarely see black widows out in the open. Indoors, they tend to reside in secluded areas where they are unlikely to be disturbed, like closets, dark corners, garages, or in cluttered areas. Outdoors, they like to hide under patio furniture and kids’ play structures, in wood piles, in bushes, under rocks, or any other sheltered location they can find. [Read more…]