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June 17, 2013:
Protective barriers have always been important. The Great Wall of China was built to keep out invaders, as were moats around castles in medieval times. Today dentists use fluoride on teeth to help protect them from tooth decay. As the wise old saying goes, “an ounce of protection is worth a pound of cure!”

Our professional perimeter treatments use this same concept to help keep unwanted pests from entering your home and other buildings. This “first line of defense” makes the home a cleaner, safer, and healthier place to live. By keeping outdoor pests outdoors, we can reduce health hazards caused by stinging and biting pests, reduce certain kinds of asthma problems, and reduce the number of germs that these pests bring indoors. Fewer pests also means a cleaner home and you spend less time cleaning up pest droppings, webs, and their dead bodies--- something none of us want to do!

Of the over one million species of insects that have already been discovered, (and scientists believe there are 10 million more waiting to be found), more of them live outdoors. At any one time a typical yard can easily contain more than a thousand kinds of insects! It’s no wonder that with all the hidden cracks and other openings into a home, some of these bugs will find their way indoors. That’s why the “protective shield” of a perimeter treatment makes so much sense; it stops many pests before they ever become a problem.

Perimeter treatments are just one of the important tools we use to enable our customers to enjoy the benefits of a more pest-free environment. (NCE,TMJ)

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