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4 Ways to Keep Bugs out of Your Screened Porch in Maryland or Virginia

Posted in: Screen Porch in Northern Virginia, Screen Porch, Bug Problems, Screen Porch Tips, Screen Porch Questions, Deck Screens, Screen Porch Screens, Deck Tips, Deck Design, Screen Porch in Maryland, Screen-Porch Design Tips, deck builders, Deck Care

James Moylan

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

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Tips to Keep Bugs Out of Your Screened Porch

Do you want to enjoy your backyard without dousing yourself in insect repellent beforehand? It's possible with the help of a well-built screened-in porch in Virginia, Maryland, or Washington, D.C. If you've bug-proofed your screen room but still find bugs in your porch, it’s likely a problem with its construction. These are the most common problem areas and how to prevent them or otherwise fix them.

Maryland-Virginia Resident Tips to Alleviate Bug Problems in Your Yard

Posted in: Screen Porch, Bug Problems

James Moylan

Monday, May 19, 2014

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Summer is time for swimming in pools, grilling out, or just basking in the sun – but for many, it’s hard to enjoy their backyard without being eaten alive by bugs, particularly mosquitoes. Especially if you live in a humid area like Maryland or Virignia in the summer.

Here are the three most effective solutions to alleviate major bug problems, such as mosquitos and other unwanted pests.

Screen Out the Bugs of Maryland With a Screen Porch

Posted in: Screen Porch, Bug Problems, Deck Building Tips

James Moylan

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

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One of the biggest complaints people have about trying to enjoy the outdoors while sitting on their deck? Bugs. Stink bugs, flies, hornets, wasps, yellow jackets, mosquitoes – these stinging and flying insects native to Maryland force you to arm yourself with bug spray, flyswatters, and citronella candles when you’re outside.

What if you didn’t need all those supplies? What if you could enjoy the fresh air without having to worry about what’s buzzing around your head?