Crickets can only come into your home if there is an opening to enter, and they can only survive in certain conditions. To prevent crickets from entering your home, make sure to seal all openings and entry points in your home, such as cracks in the foundation or gaps around doors and low windows. Also keep entry ways free of grass or mulch as that can attract them to the opening. Also, never store firewood or other organic material or debris near the home.
Coming into the fall season, it’s important for your home to be clean and comfortable as the temperature starts to drop! You also want to make sure you get rid off all those pests in and around the house FOR GOOD. Who wants to deal with those pests in the cold? So here’s a checklist you can complete during the fall and by using Natural Solutions, you can get rid of all those pests naturally. Make your home as comfortable it can be, pest-free and clean for autumn.
Never forget the events that unraveled on September 11, 2001. This website provides you with a 9/11 Memorial Timeline so we can remember those lost during the attacks of 9/11. Always remember this day and God Bless America!
In Natural Solutions, there are tons of different chapters on different bugs. I’m going to let you know about some of the information shared in the chapter about cockroaches! It’s packed with lots of it, so I’ll condense it down.
Cockroaches are known by a number of different names, such as water bugs, palmetto bugs and cockroaches. They are bugs of the night and will go looking for any drop of water or food that may be in their grasp. They prefer to breed in warm, damp situations. Cleanliness will reduce or eliminate most roach problems. Americans spend about 1.5 billion dollars annually trying to get rid of cockroaches, but to no avail! They have become resistant to most pesticides and chemicals. They also spread approximately 33 kinds of bacteria…so the best way to avoid them? CLEAN KITCHEN!
History of Labor Day
Happy Labor Day weekend to you all! Do you know why we celebrate Labor Day? It’s quite an interesting history. Labor Day is the celebration of the social and economic achievements of American workers. In the year of 1894, Labor Day was passed as a national holiday by Congress to be celebrated on the first monday of September. It is argued whether Peter McGuire or Matthew Maguire had invented this special holiday, but one thing can be certain…it’s a holiday that all hard-working Americans deserve! The holiday has evolved now into a great celebration with barbecue, family, friends, beer and fun! So enjoy your holiday weekend!