Eco-Friendly Pest Control by Aptive Environmental
High-quality products control current infestations and protect you in the future. Pest specialists personalize their approach for your circumstances, starting with a careful inspection. A new treatment every season means you’ll feel at-ease knowing you’re covered all year.
Eco-Friendly Pest Control by Aptive Environmental (Cont'd)
Aptive’s eco-friendly pest control solutions guarantee peace of mind. We use only the best application methods, coupled with well-trained professionals and passionate commitment to homes in Nashville and nationwide. Call today to book your first appointment and start living without pests.
Commercial Pest Control in Nashville
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Eco-Friendly Pest Control with Composting
If you see rodents or insects starting to explore your compost bin, realize that they can quickly become an infestation. Here are some top tips to guard your compost bin from annoying pests: Block the opening to your compost bin with rocks or wire to make it less appealing to pests. ...
Eco-Friendly Pest Control with Composting (Cont'd)
... Mask the smell of composting food by covering it with dried leaves or dirt. Storing animal products, like bones and dairy, in airtight containers until you can take them to a composting facility lowers the risk of insects or rodents investigating.
Pests that help the composting process
You might be surprised to learn that some insects are helpful for composting. Slugs and pill bugs, for example, leave behind natural fertilizer that helps the chemical reactions. They also aerate the organic material as they move through it.
Pests that help the composting process (Cont'd)
However, if you see spiders, wasps, earwigs or fruit flies around the compost bin, call Aptive Environmental Nashville to make an appointment with a pest specialist. Be cautious about “helpful” insects, too: they have a tendency to move onto other plants in your garden. An Aptive professional will make sure that they’re controlled before they have a chance to damage your plants.
Most Common Spring Pests in Nashville
Ants will begin to migrate out of their winter homes as soon as the air begins to warm—and this can mean outside and inside your house. Bees or wasps that nested in an attic or similar space over the winter might also start to buzz around indoors.
Most Common Summer Pests in Nashville
Wet and dry periods in summer result in different pests coming near your home. Ants will seek to relocate their colonies to dry places during heavy rains. Meanwhile, hot, dry spells force these insects and others, including earwigs, millipedes and pill bugs to search for water inside homes.
Most Common Fall Pests in Nashville
Rodents and spiders both start to look for places to hide indoors for the winter. This can lead them into basements, attics, garages and other little-used storage areas.
Most Common Winter Pests in Nashville
Carpet beetles feed on natural fabrics, including fur, wool, silk and leather. Pet hair also attracts them to a home. Clothes moths eat similar fabrics and will try to take shelter indoors from the cold.