All posts tagged "pest control"
Show Notes: Looking Out For Your Home
Looking out for your home starts with you! Whether it’s picking out your home or making sure that it’s inhabitants are safe from pests like snakes, looking out for your home is up to you. Learn more...
- Posted March 30, 2019
How to keep pests out of your chimney
(BPT) – As temperatures drop, many people will start spending more time in the warmth of their homes. Animals don’t have the luxury of extra heating and take whatever refuge they can find, making chimneys a convenient...
- Posted October 16, 2018
5 steps to protect your home from rodents this fall
(BPT) – Once they’re inside, rats and other rodents can do a lot of harm to your home. This includes damage to electrical wiring, metal or plastic pipes and insulation found in walls and attics. On top...
- Posted September 23, 2018
Show Notes: Pest and Pressure Problems Be Gone!
Show Notes for On The House with the Carey Brothers recorded September 15, 2018 Have you ever wondered where retirement would be best on your pocketbook? Look no further! We have a list of the 10 most and least...
- Posted September 15, 2018
Show Notes: Skylights to Fence Maintenance
Show Notes from the On The House with The Carey Brothers and Cameron recorded April 14th, 2018. Have questions about skylights? Would you like to learn how to save some water in your garden? Or how to...
- Posted April 14, 2018
Homemade Pest Control Remedies That Really Work
As you know, I am a brand-new father and as such, I’m cautious about everything. I’m sure this will change with time and additional children, but as of right now, everything is organic, and Beethoven and Mozart...
- Posted April 14, 2018
4 easy ways to pest-proof your home
(BPT) – It’s late and you’re in your favorite, cozy pajamas. You get in bed and pull up the warm comforter. You turn out the light and are just about to drift off to sleep when you...
- Posted November 5, 2016
Uninvited Fall Visitors
As the weather cools, uninvited visitors will come calling….. Be prepared The biggest intruders are mice. A mouse can sneak in through a hole no bigger than a dime, while a raccoon-size creature can enter through a...
- Posted November 14, 2014
Fruit Flies Don’t Bother Me
Have pesky little flying insects arrived? You might unknowingly be breeding fruit flies. Fruit flies are attracted to ripened or fermenting fruits and vegetables. Once they get started, they breed fast. The source of the fruit flies,...
- Posted May 14, 2014
Using Envelopes to Deliver Insecticide
Abe Lincoln made his famous Gettysburg address which, it is said, he wrote in 1863 on an envelope. As Honest Abe discovered, there are a uses for envelopes besides letters. Want to shoot some insecticide powder into...
- Posted May 13, 2014