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Got Termites? I Can Help

Termites are nasty critters that work their way into your home and destroy it from the inside out. My name is Linda, and I am a pest control specialist. I have seen many homes and other buildings absolutely destroyed by termites. A termite infestation can cause a great deal of time and money to fix, and I'd like to tell you how to avoid having termites in the first place. I'll also discuss the clues that you have termites in your home and what to do if you already have an infestation. You can fix a termite problem, but you should act as quickly as possible. Let me be your guide.


Got Termites? I Can Help

Tips For Preparing Your Home For A Newborn

by Letitia Hunt

Preparing for a new baby involves ensuring that your home is ready. Some preparations can be handled in the days leading up to the birth, but others should be taken care of weeks or months ahead. If you are welcoming a newborn to the family soon, here are some tips to ensure your home is ready. 

Pest-Proof Your Home

Pests will not respect the fact that you have a newborn in the home. They will not only continue to make their way through other parts of your home, but they can also find their way into your baby's nursery. To avoid this occurrence, you need to act now to get rid of pests.

There are several steps you can take to help reduce the presence of pests. For instance, you should get rid of clutter around your home. Pests can hide and live in the clutter. You also need to make sure all food and water sources are cut off from the pests. Check your home for leaks and ensure the food is properly sealed. Even standing pools of water outside of your home need to be taken care of.  

Now is the time to call in an exterminator, such as those from Quality Exterminators Of Georgia Inc. He or she can treat your home before the baby arrives. When you schedule your consultation, let the exterminator know your concerns about protecting your newborn from pests. He or she can help you explore safe options for treating your home. 

Prepare for Visitors

Once your baby is home, family and friends will want to come over and spend time with your baby. In the first few months, your baby will need a lot of sleep and family and friends in and out of his or her nursery can be disruptive. But you do not have to tell visitors not to come to your home. There are ways to allow visitors and give your baby the peace he or she needs.  

One method is to replace the baby's nursery door with a screen door. The screen door will allow visitors to get a peep of the baby and give you a chance to check on him or her without disturbing the baby. 

You can also create a visiting schedule so that you can avoid a situation in which too many people are in the home at one time. Work with your family and friends to ensure that everyone gets equal time with the new baby.