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Beth Cowgill

What the heck is that? White spray paint? Not hardly. Snow in the summer time? We’re not in Colorado. Thousands of spider eggs? I sure hope not!?! What the heck is that on those blades of grass? Slime mold. When the weather is hot, humid and there’s been as much rain as we’ve had, your […] Read More

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Congratulations, Bryan, on your 11th anniversary with Atkins! ! If you’ve had any tree work done around your home or business, you may have seen him around. Bryan has more than 20 years of experience in the “green” industry with positions related to turf management, landscaping, tree and shrub care, viticulture, holiday lighting, grounds maintenance […] Read More

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The first day of summer is rapidly approaching, and with that comes BBQ’s, swimming and basking in the sun. Ahhhh! It also brings heat, humidity and bugs, specifically the Japanese Beetle. Ugh! Have you ever had a run in with these bad bugs? If so, you have first-hand experience on the amount of damage they […] Read More

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Does your business need a commercial cleaning team? It can benefit you in more ways than you might realize. Here are some of the best parts of outsourcing cleaning: It actually saves you money! When you think about the cost of cleaning supplies, paper products and miscellaneous pieces of equipment, it’s cheaper to hire a […] Read More

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If you're sleeping somewhere other than home, beware. Bedbug prevalence is on the rise and hotels and motels are some of their favorite hangouts. Read More

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There’s still time to transform your outdoor space to the place everyone will want to be this summer! Don’t worry- you don’t have to be an expert to pull off the best get-togethers. With these 5 easy steps, your yard will have you looking like the host/hostess who does it all! Read More

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Contrary to popular belief, a severe (cold) winter does not greatly reduce the insect population, but an early spring can greatly increase their numbers. High average temps in early spring can bring pests out of their winter hibernation early which allows them to complete more life cycles. Read More

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Not sure if anyone was aware or not, but this is employee appreciation week and I wanted to take this opportunity to say Thank you! for all the hard work you are doing to make a difference towards your customers and to the company.  All of you add great value to the accomplishments of the company. Read More

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Shaun Henry

This troublesome weed is often misunderstood, and we get calls on it all of the time. So we put together this list of tidbits to help you better understand this plant and how to control it! Read More

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If we happen to have a long dry spell, watering your trees and shrubs may be needed even if they are still in their winter dormancy.  The root system is still working and although the growth and activities have slowed, the plants still need moisture this time of year. Read More

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  • Atkins Simplifies My Life!

    "One of my favorite aspects of Atkins is that they are turnkey. I have one company that can clean my facilities, perform lawn care, install irrigation systems, remove snow and ice, provide pest control, and even handle my holiday lighting!" … - Dan Davis, Facilities Manager - ABC Laboratories -

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