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We spend a lot of time in our backyard during the warmer months. It's a place for our dogs and kids to run around freely and safely. We have added a lot to our backyard to make sure that we can enjoy it to it's fullest any time of the year.
- Build a garden – Gardening can be therapeutic for some. We started our vegetable garden many years ago and we love that it provides us with tasty fruits and vegetables during the growing season.
- Build a fire pit – We had some leftover garden pavers one year and decided to make a fire pit in our backyard. It was one of the best decisions we've made for our backyard because it's the place to gather with friends.
- Extra seating – We have updated our backyard furniture over the years to include lots of chairs so that we can all sit outside together and enjoy the fire pit. If you create an oasis for yourself outside, you're more likely to use it. We also got some outdoor chairs that can withstand the rain that we placed around the fire pit.
- Get rid of the bugs – Mosquitoes can ruin your outdoor experience. I want to make sure that we aren't all being eaten alive while we are outside enjoying the backyard so I use Mosquito Joe to treat the yard for mosquitoes, ticks, and fleas. Having dogs this is amazing but also for us because we are outside quite a bit. They come to the house to spray the yard so we can do that. The Mosquito Joe product breaks the lifecycle of the mosquito. The technicians walk around the property to make sure they get the breeding grounds as well like pots that filled with rainwater or the kid's water toys. Because I have dogs, I like that the treatment also covers ticks and fleas. It's an added protection for them. The Mosquito Joe team was great to work with for my property. They offer a more natural product for areas like the vegetable garden that use garlic to keep the pests under control. They were great about putting the safe stuff near the garden and the stronger product everywhere else.
Get outside and soak up the vitamin-D! Make the most of your backyard without being eaten by those pesky mosquitos.