Every month of the year Hawaii draws thousands of visitors from all over the world who want to experience the white sand beaches, crystal clear blue waters, and these islands that are steeped in our heritage. Tourists love a good luau and a tropical drink in January when the winter weather they are used to is quite different. They love to see where pineapples are picked and the fishermen coming in with their latest catch. It can be said that while tourists spend their two weeks absorbing everything that our islands have to offer that those of us lucky enough to live here year-round take it all for granted.
There is no argument. Peacocks are beautiful. Their feathers have been used throughout history to bring beauty and elegance to hats, clothing, homes and businesses. And there is nothing more beautiful than a peacock with feathers unfurled to their full glory, the iridescent blue, turquoise and green are breathtaking to behold. BUT--and this is a big "but"--peacocks are not so beautiful when they are causing damages to your property, your image, and your sanity.
If you live in Hawaii, you may have noticed that there is no shortage of bugs here on the islands. And one type of insect we are all familiar with is ants. This article focuses on the three most common ants in Hawaii; pavement ants, pharaoh ants, and carpenter ants; the issues they bring with them, and what to do if you have an infestation.
If you want to avoid pests this spring and summer take advantage of Spring and the nice weather that goes along with it to rid your home of unwanted pests to make your home less attractive to them. Let’s talk about your usual spring cleaning, you just may need to turn it up a notch and include an inspection of some areas of your home to include pest prevention.
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