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Send us those bug pictures via email, text or by snail mail.

There are a lot of ways to figure out what that bug may be, there are apps and others who offer many ways of informing you on that bug. We may not have an app but you can still send us that picture – all I ask is that you make it as clear as you can.

Here are the ways to send that picture to us:

480-577-2003 office cell phone – text us that bug

DrBug@callprobest.com

 

and of course you can always send that bug to us at 425 W. Guadalupe Road #110, Gilbert, AZ 85233 (pack it so it would be smashed).

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425 W. Guadalupe Road #110 Gilbertaz85233 USA 
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Local shop and their logo – Widow Industries

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9666 N. Cave Creek Road, Phoenix, AZ 85020   602-400-8532 Widow’s Extreme machines.

 

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Widows-Extreme-machines/111857838867689

 

 

http://widowindustries.com/

 

 

 

I ran across their logo design and had to blog about it.  Their motto is (Passion, Magic and Mayhem) If you would like to put an order in on one of Widow’s limited edition Challengers, Mustang, or Camaro’s please feel free to call the Widow hotline for a personal tour of how these machines are going to change your perspective on anything you have ever seen or felt so you can truly understand the magnitude behind the driving force we call Widow’s Extreme Machines.

So if you are into cars or extreme machines – check them out.

 

 

 

 

Termites and their sneaky way into our homes

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Those termites will find any way into the house, sometimes it just works out that it is a pipe. Originally a pretreat was done and this should work for many years, if the pretreat was done correctly. So as you are doing your monthly inspection, it would be wise to check any pipe penetrations through your foundation slab.  I actually found one swarmer (reproductive) or alate termite walking around inside the shower.

It’s monsoon season here in Arizona so termites are usually a little more active, so please check your home or give us a call at 480-831-9328 or 623-414-0176.

Sometimes I can’t believe everything I read, what do you think?

Rant and rave post:

 

First off this story is out of Canada but could be taken right out of the news here in the US. “Homeowner wants city to cover the cost of termite inspections” and ultimately corrective procedure measures and the cost.

Here is my opinion: you own the house it is your responsibility – where and when did it become part of the Governments responsibility? Just this last week my truck windshield was hit by 2 rocks or stones in one day. I think the Government should reimburse me for the cost of replacing my windshield. It is their highway and they put the rocks on the side of the road. See the difference, oh wait there isn’t a difference – sh– happens folks and it is the cost of driving or owning a house.

Now with that said, I can see maybe the local extension office getting involved with opinions and advice but this clearly is the role of a homeowner. Come on people, the Government is too BIG as it is – where does it stop. Comments please.

Drywood termite - Photo by PPMA

Photo by PPMA

 

 

My tribute to those fallen – 9/11

 

 

13 years have gone by since that fateful day September 11, 2001. I have had the privilege of visiting Ground Zero and the Pentagon and have been in awe of our resolute to carry on. Not only in our remembrance but in our commitment to persevere.

 

Here are a few pictures I took while visiting Washington D.C. this last February for National Pest Management Legislative Days.

 

 

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