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Camper Craze

October 2, 2018

Autumn is here.  I know this for sure because Pumpkin Spice has taken over my news feed, my grocery store, and my coffee shops.  Also the leaves on the tree next door have started to fall.  But mostly it was the pumpkin spice. 


For many years now my family has had a tradition of one last family camping trip as the fall weather hits.  This year I have been looking into investing in a recreational vehicle.  To me recreational vehicles allow you to have it all.  Enjoy the great out doors, build a camp fire, go on a hike, listen to crickets chirp, go fishing, it's great!  Would you like a comfortable bed, a home cooked meal, and a mosquito free environment to eat and sleep in?  You can have that too!  As I have been researching the do's and don'ts of the rv lifestyle, there is one issue that caught my attention.  Mice.  Mice it seems will reek havoc on rvs put up for storage over the winter. They get into the rv itself but even more importantly they tend to get into the wiring.  Of course it's a good idea to seal up any entrances you find, and there are some interesting and possibly helpful homeopathic remedies out there as well.  But if you are storing your camper for the winter, might I suggest protecting your vehicle, your investment with professionally maintained pest control.  For a fraction of what it would cost you to repair wiring, we can offer you next level protection from mice and rats, so you can rest assured that you will be ready to roll come spring.  After all, that is what Flatline Pest Control is all about.  We give you the peace of mind to live your life without worrying about the destruction, harm and disease that can be left behind by pests. Have a happy fall!  As always, we are here for all of your pest control needs.




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