Pest control: Getting rid of uninvited guests

A beautiful lawn can quickly become derailed if uninvited guests are allowed to take over. From bugs to wildlife such as skunks and groundhogs, there is no end to the creatures that can overrun your property if left unchecked.

“Spring is on the way, and all of the animals are breeding,” said Kelly Stiefermann, owner and president of A All Animal Control. “They want to get inside your home to have their babies.”

The first step is to identify your pest problem.

“Trapping is the best technique for moles,” said Mike Bernskoetter, owner and operator of Art’s Pest Control.

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