One of the largest attractions in the central Arkansas area, the resort town of Hot Springs draws students, families, and snowbirds of all ages. One of the most attractive parts of Hot Springs is its namesake national park, with hot springs located all over the reserve. About 40,000 people currently live full-time in the city and enjoy the area’s surrounding restaurants, entertainment venues, and historical city buildings.
The hustle-bustle of Hot Springs is one of the reasons why residents love this town so much. However, frequent travel, overnight stays, and a constant influx of people often lead to some unforeseeable concerns, including pest activity. Pest infestations have been rising to unbelievable numbers since the 1970s. Since then, home and business owners have both been grappling with pest-related issues and are concerned about their safety in years to come.
Established in 2005, Advanced Pest Control has offered comprehensive pest control plans to residential, commercial, and privately owned facilities in Hot Springs for nearly two decades. We rely on our skills and unique product offerings to help diagnose your property, caring for it as though it were our own. See our team in action for yourself by calling our Hot Springs location as soon as possible.
Mosquitoes are more than just annoying pests. In fact, they are some of the most dangerous insects in the world. Here are three things you can do to minimize mosquito activity around the Hot Springs area:
For a more secure method of mosquito control in Hot Springs, get seasonal abatement services from Advanced Pest Control.
When people discover a bed bug infestation, the natural response is to try to get rid of it immediately. For many people, this means turning to the internet for quick, do-it-yourself solutions. Unfortunately, with bed bugs, these methods often do more harm than good.
Store-bought chemicals can be dangerous when incorrectly applied, and not only that, they often are not strong enough to kill bed bugs. Using commercially available sprays or bombs is more likely to encourage bed bugs to avoid infested areas and spread into other parts of your home.
It’s not uncommon for people to treat bed bugs on their own and think they’ve found success only to find out weeks or even months later that their efforts did not produce lasting results. To really eliminate a bed bug infestation, you have to be able to treat bed bugs in every stage of life, in every nook and cranny. Many products are effective if sprayed directly on the bugs themselves but do not do anything for those that remain in hiding or the eggs that will later hatch.
For the best results, contact Advanced Pest Control. We can rid your home of bed bugs and keep them from coming back. Call today for a free estimate.
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