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How To Deal With Termite Infestation In Your Home

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How To Deal With Termite Infestation In Your Home

Termites are small, winged insects that are known to feed on wood and other cellulose materials. They can cause serious damage to homes and other structures when left unchecked. In order to protect your structure from termite infestations, it is important to understand their biology and behavior. Termites are able to tunnel through wood, soil, and other materials in order to find food. They can travel up to 100 feet from their nest in search of sustenance. Termites live in colonies made up of a queen and her offspring. The queen is responsible for laying eggs that will eventually grow...

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What to Do If You Keep Seeing Spiders in Your House

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What to Do If You Keep Seeing Spiders in Your House

If you are seeing spiders in your house, there are a few things that you should do to remove them. You will want to make sure that you turn off the lights during the night. Also, you will want to trap them in a jar or glass. This will help to prevent them from getting into your home and forming a nest. In addition, you should hire a professional to get rid of the spiders in your home.   Trap Them in a Jar or Glass If you are looking for a quick solution to get rid of a spider...

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Spray An Ounce of Prevention to Kill Off Disease - by Nick Federoff

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Spray An Ounce of Prevention to Kill Off Disease - by Nick Federoff

It seems so long ago, when news wires were burning up in late January 2020 warning the world about a new killer disease called coronavirus. It’s interesting when you reflect on 2020 articles that the end-of-world was at hand. And, maybe it still is but at the very least we’ve got a better grip on what to do. World pestilence isn’t new. The earth has been bombarded with all types of diseases killing a countless number of people since the beginning of time. Biblical history shares about gnats, flies and locust. Fast forward to1918 and the Spanish Flu crushed the...

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HDA Voted Chapin Supplier of the Year for 2022!

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3 Simple Steps to Cleaning a Pump Sprayer by Nick Federoff

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3 Simple Steps to Cleaning a Pump Sprayer by Nick Federoff

Did you know that many things gardening typically begins on the farm? Farmers are usually the trailblazers in bringing products we use for our garden to the consumer marketplace. Or, at the very least inspiring the inventors of the world to make something better and easier to use. For instance, in the 1850’s an insect called the Colorado Beetle was devastating the potato industry. A gravity fed leather knapsack, (think of a bota bag backpack on steroids – which probably leaked all over you), oozed a chemical solution out of a sprinkler head as the farmer painstakingly walked every inch...

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