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This isn't an answer to the OP's question but I can't add a comment to either of the answers above (so, please don't down vote me!) Regarding cockroaches: "The large, outdoor cockroaches breed prolifically in pine straw mulch and poorly in gravel or on bare soil." Although the tree above is not a pine, I would still take care not to leave excessive ...
Spar varnish, no exposed natural wood. Stain doesn't cut it, they hate gnawing through paint. We use a couple red or incense cedar chunks in various places like you use Zinc sacrificial anodes for marine electrolysis control.
Maybe I can post some pictures later but I have 3 very large oaks next to my house - one is absolutely huge and 10 feet away. There are tons of limbs directly over my roof. Do I care? Not really. I asked my insurance company and they don't care nor do they offer discounts for trimming them back. Pros: Tons of shade when you are out Definitely lower ...
Does the tree spread over the house? It's impossible to say that the tree will or won't cause problems - it might, or it might not. Many problems can be mitigated if you like having a tree in your yard - no point in mitigating them if you don't. For instance, if it does spread over the house, you can trim it so it does not. It can also cause benefits, such ...
I've taken care of a lot of mice in suburban homes, a farm, and houses in the country. I've tried all sorts of traps and poisons. What I've found works the best, by far, is The Better Mouse Trap It's a rocker style of trap, and while there now other brands using this same idea, this one still outperforms the others.
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