Posts by Scott Harding
What ARE those annoying things in my entryway?
Millipedes kind of look like worms, but they have legs – a lot of them. Kind of sort of like a caterpillar, but not fuzzy at all.Read More
Meet Mark Stahl, Your Tempco Tech
Mark Stahl recommends homeowners look for signs of termite frass and other bug droppings. Frass looks like sawdust and is gritty like sand.Read More
Meet James “Bryan” Singleton, Your Tempco Tech
Bryan says his most challenging yard issues are cinch bug and fungus as they both require a lot of maintenance.Read More
Attic restoration and TAP Insulation
Our inspections for attic restoration often find critter entry points that can be covered by your insurance.Read More
How to take the Bite out of Fleas
There are many DIY over-the-counter flea treatments available but, we’re finding that fleas have built up a resistance to these treatments.Read More
Grass Shouldn’t Be Crunchy!
Tempco’s new Water Management System may be the elixir your lawn and grass desperately needs in the dry winter months.Read More
Attic Restoration – Entertain Guests, Not Pests
Attic restoration is our most requested service this time of year because you can find signs of rats, raccoons, and opossums in your attic.Read More
Help! I’m on FIRE!!
If you’ve lived in Florida and not gotten attacked by fire ants yet, consider yourself very lucky. But don’t get too comfortable.Read More
Honeydew Gets a Whole New Meaning, Whiteflies
Whiteflies are getting ready to make their marks, literally, on our trees and shrubs. Whiteflies feast on more than 60 types of trees and shrubs and lay eggs in a white lacy pattern on the underside of the leaf. In the young stage, the insect feeds on the plant’s fluids with piercing mouthparts. It sucks…Read More
The Mighty Termite, Termighty
When we hear the word termite, our minds go to a variety of bad scenarios – damaged wood, rotted floorboards, tents, costly repairs. Let’s face it, nobody likes termites. Well, except for maybe ants. Ants are natural predators to termites, so if you have an active termite colony, there’s a good chance, you have happy…Read More