If you’re fed up of being bothered by mosquitoes, or indeed any other small flying insects, whilst sitting in your gazebo, then you should consider fitting gazebo mosquito netting.
The key architectural feature of a gazebo is that it has open sides, classically it will be an octagonal structure with a roof above it, supported by either brick, stone, wooden or possibly even metal uprights. As such a gazebo is an ideal structure to sit under in hot sunny weather enjoying the views of your garden either on your own or in the company of others.
Why Add Netting?
Termites feed primarily on dead wood and wood by-products. Once termites have started eating on your house they will continue to consume it as fast as they can. Although it can take months or even years before the damage from termites is visible, a healthy termite colony can consume a foot of two-by-four in just a few months.
Since they tunnel into the wood this damage is usually spread out. They will eat anything made from wood including furniture, books and new wood. The most important thing when you discover that you have termites is to take the proper steps for fixing termite damage and preventing any future infestation.
Symptoms of Termite Infestation
Gnats are tiny flying insects that can be a source of irritation to anyone’s outdoor activities. They are so prevalent that gnat elimination is not even feasible. There are ways to help control their population and reproduction.
Gnat repellents can be natural, homemade, organic or chemical in nature. This article recommends trying the environmentally friendly approaches first. Chemical pesticides are toxic substances that poison the environment and should be left as a last resort, not a first choice. By starting with the least toxic method you will be protecting yourself and your environment.
To successfully eliminate pest birds from your garden or yard you must first understand a few concepts. First, some knowledge of bird control information. This includes the laws that apply and also what products are available and how to use them. Second, some bird psychology. These are both necessary for birds to get the message that they are not welcome and to leave.
The Federal Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 makes it illegal to hunt, trap, possess, harm or kill any migratory birds, unless allowed by special permit. That being said, there are many products available to help get rid of nuisance birds as well as some make-it-yourself solutions.