Drawing upon three decades of combined experience, Advantix Pest Control's licensed and insured team not only rids homes and commercial spaces of unwanted pests but also prevents future infestations from occurring. Owner Scott Lee personally trains each bug banisher, and, through continual education, keeps them abreast of changing technologies and rapidly evolving lawn-gnome species. Their organically derived products, though distasteful to spiders and mice, are safe to use around children and pets. The business includes a full warranty in its quarterly maintenance plan, which targets seasonal pests with a series of four treatments performed throughout the year.
Since 1995, the exterminators at Spidex Pest Control have wreaked havoc on household pest infestations while causing harm to neither pets nor humans. The team uproots colonies of unwanted houseguests that range from ants and mosquitoes to bees and rodents using their Integrated Pest Management approach. This system begins with a close inspection of the interior and exterior premises. Once the exterminator has identified the issue or issues at hand, he or she will create a custom solution using an arsenal of safe, residue-free products, baits, and traps. The exterminator will also make recommendations to prevent a recurrence, suggesting that homeowners seal cracks and cervices and fix leaky faucets.
As the villainous summer sun reduces lawns to a palette of browns and tans, the Diamond Lawns super team rushes onto the scene to restore them to a glistening emerald glow. They accomplish this heroic feat with regular maintenance, such as mowing, or seasonal responsibilities, such as planting flowers or sharpening the teeth on topiary dinosaurs. Their landscaping design can add retaining walls and waterfalls that blend seamlessly into the existing surroundings, and tree care, removal, or stump grinding ensures allied tree forts remain safe while the enemy is reduced to wood chips. To further protect the outdoor environment, Diamond Lawns eradicates plant-harming insects and rodents with treatments that are safe for kids and pets.
KaBloom, a family-owned-and-operated business, boasts the distinction of being the only Treasure Valley florist that’s open and offers delivery seven days a week. Within its friendly bloom abode, petals and stems spew vibrant hues and tantalizing aromas into the air, attracting butterflies and repelling Pat Boone. KaBloom's roses are freshness-guaranteed for a full week, so you won't be watching them wilt until you've had ample time to enjoy their crimson charm. Once you've grabbed your dozen, you'll have a bundle of earthly elegance sure to please any significant other or ensure that everyone at the Abraham Lincoln look-alike meeting fumes with jealousy. Pack an armful of pulchritudinous petals with today’s floral Groupon.
Little Feather Ranch is owner and manager Teri Hallman’s equine oasis amid the verdant expanse of Eagle, Idaho. There, horses trot outdoors in cool summer breezes and prance around the insulated indoor arena all through the year. A nearby 5-mile trail allows visitors to explore Eagle Island State Park on guided horseback rides.
Accredited by the Certified Horsemanship Association, Teri imparts riding skills in both Western and English styles. English riding entails a lighter saddle and more direct control over the horse’s reins, whereas the Western style requires a larger saddle, lax one-handed rein control, and an encyclopedic knowledge of John Wayne quotes. Little Feather’s boarding service treats horses to attentive care and a supply of grass and alfalfa hay grown onsite. While at the ranch, riders can peruse a line of exclusive handmade leather bags, Western shirts, and hat bands.