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b2ap3_thumbnail_Scott.pngJust this past week, a Falcon employee reached the 25-year mark of working at Falcon Lawn & Pest. His name is Scott Ponder. He started off working as a Pest Control technician and over the years has been promoted to supervisor. He has been a valuable, trustworthy, and important asset to the Falcon team and we couldn’t be prouder of him. Currently, he supervises the growing auto fleet here at Falcon. We celebrated Scott’s 25-years of service mark with cake and a celebration at a recent meeting. Cheers Scott!

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Wanted to know exactly what having a professional pest control service is like?

Falcon uses the most advanced materials and proven Integrated Pest Management methods designed to give you a pest free home.  All materials used are placed in inaccessible areas, away from your family and pets. By using the latest in bait technology, no indoor "spraying" is necessary for effective treatment.  After the initial infestations are eliminated, all other treatments are directed at the exterior. This intercepts insects before they get in your home, and frees you from meeting technicians every month. 

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Our service includes a 12 foot perimeter of protection to keep insects away from your home.  If you have any problems with any covered insect, either inside or outside, additional service is free of charge, guaranteed. It covers all crawling insects, also wasps, spiders, indoor fleas & ticks, indoor rats/mice, and mosquitoes. Have any further questions? Give us a call at 407-281-8815.


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The National Pest Management Association is about to begin a national television campaign starting in June. It is a series of public service announcements they have dubbed Pests Without Borders. The facts and figures they are promoting and we stand with are as follows:

Public Service Announcement Focusing on Pests as Vectors of Disease

Illnesses spread by pests, including Zika, malaria and dengue, are causing a major health crisis around the world. These and other vector-borne diseases result in more than 1 million deaths each year. Fortunately, we don't face the same level of threat here in the United States; however, it's important not to let our guard down and take steps to avoid contact with the dangerous pests like mosquitoes and ticks that spread these diseases.

Consider these facts:

As many as 300,000 Americans are diagnosed with Lyme disease each year, according to 2013 estimates from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). However, only 30,000 cases are typically reported.

Lyme disease cases are concentrated in the Northeast and upper Midwest, with 14 states accounting for over 96% of cases reported to CDC.

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President Obama says that there are now at least 500 confirmed Zika Virus cases in the continental United States that are all travel related at this point. He says that he is concerned about what happens during this summer when mosquito populations are far more active. He is asking congress for 1.9 billion dollars for investing time and research and action into vector control and vaccines. Regardless of your political stance, this is extremely important that this money is released because this is a deadly serious virus, as the President says in the video below, you don't get a vaccine overnight. The video below was released by the White House on May 20, 2016 and it features the President explaining the Zika virus and the reasons he is asking for money from congress to combat it.

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Well, it's that time of year again in Central Florida. With the rise of humidity and temperature, insects are looking for shelter and food, and they find it inside our homes. Roaches, ants, and spiders are more prevalently found indoors these days because of those reasons. The grass in our yards is starting to grow well again due to that glorious sun being coming out and staying out, along with the increase in moisture and heat. This is so great, our lawns become filled in, and the "green" comes back in such a vivid and pretty way. Unfortunately, it also brings along weeds and other plants which compete with the grass for space, sunlight, and nutrients. Here at Falcon Lawn & Pest, we specialize in taking care of those weeds and ridding your home of those bugs. Our prices are good and our service is outstanding. Maybe it's about time you gave us a call.

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