Serving Our Community
During this time of social distancing and isolation we would like to invite
our communities’ families to take part in a fun contest to help
share messages of unity and support while winning some great prizes! We
are looking for inspirational messages or murals to share with your friends
& neighbors by displaying them on your home or in your yard. Display
them any way you’d like…driveway chalk, a sign on your home
or in your yard or window art. Get creative! This contest is open to all
NJ families! We will select the top three entries who will win prizes
like a Nintendo Switch, a drone or a home theater projector!
Here’s how you enter – post a picture of your uplifting art
to our Facebook page and tag #hpccares. It’s that easy! Please have
your entries posted by April 13th. We’ll announce the winners on April 15th!
Feel free to tag your friends and share to spread the word.
Hire a New Jersey Pest Control Company Committed to Providing Education
When the warmer temperatures of spring approach, flowers bloom, trees bud,
and bugs – both the good ones and the bad – burst into action.
Horizon Pest Control knows about all this firsthand, so we have developed
a free interactive program for schools and companies called, “The
Good, the Bad, and the BUGly: An Introduction to What Makes a Pest a Pest.”
The Good, The Bad, and The Bugly
One of Horizon Pest Control’s main goals is to share our knowledge
and experience in the New Jersey pest control industry with students and
adults alike. With “The Good, the Bad, and the BUGly,” we
present basic information on the biology and behavior of various pests,
including termites, ants, ladybugs, rodents, ticks, and bed bugs. Factual
information is complimented with pictures, specimens, and videos of pests
in action, as well as samples of damage that pests have done to local
homes and properties. The program is designed for students in the first
and second grades who are learning about nature and insects, though it
can be adjusted for older individuals and professional settings as well.
“The Good, the Bad, and the BUGly” runs about 30 minutes and
can be tailored to the needs of any classroom. And to make things even
better, we provide fun handouts for students to take home, too!
If you are a teacher or employer, and are interested in Horizon presenting
“The Good, the Bad, and the BUGly” to your class or organization,
please send us a message online, or call
(888) 617-6133 to schedule a presentation now.