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Stop Nature's Invaders with a Host of Solutions
Have termites claimed your deck? Did ants find a way into the house? Do mosquitoes prohibit dining alfresco? If you answered yes to any of these questions, or if you're dealing with another intruder, the good news is you don't have to make a separate peace. We offer traps, deterrents, and tools to handle all kinds of pests, be they winged, slithery, or many legged. Remember, it's better to have pest control supplies and not need them rather than need them and not have them.
Dealing with Insects
There are conflicts you can avoid with a spot-free record of cleanliness and there are insect fights you just have to win. Deliver the fight to fleas with canned sprays, beat termites with granules and an applicator, stop spiders mid stride with glue traps, attract and zap flies with portable UV lights, and overwhelm ants with a game-ending spray. Equip yourself with everything from a simple bottle sprayer to a heavy-duty pump sprayer and wand. Use a spreader to really lay down the law.
Dealing with Rodents
Mice and rats top homeowners' most-wanted lists. Wooden traps and bait are by far the most common solutions, but you always have the option of using wire mesh traps, too. If you choose bait, use a container to maximize its impact and limit dispersion. Go high-tech and chase rodents away from the garage and basement with a sonic device (the sound is inaudible to humans and non-rodent pets).
Dealing with Wildlife
Define clear boundaries between your space and theirs. Use Tomahawk's galvanized metal traps to catch and release everything from rabbits to raccoons to coyotes. Calm and control large wildlife with a humanely designed stainless-steel snare and pole. Guard prized fruits and vegetables from birds with reusable and recyclable netting. Ditch the hands-on approach and relocate snakes with a pole and hook attachment—the greater the distance the better. Send mid-size nuisances packing with a plug-in electric fence.
Take the recommended precautions, regardless of the invader or solution. Read all directions first and keep chemicals away from children and pets. Wear masks, gloves, and protective eyewear when working with chemicals and wash hands and forearms immediately after handling. Gauntlet gloves may seem cumbersome at first for small wildlife control, but skin protection is worth a little discomfort. Use exceeding caution in handling larger wildlife.