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the truth about pests in and around your home

Some of the pests in and around your home may seem harmless. Have you overlooked a few ants here and there or signs that a mouse has visited your food pantry through the night? These pests may seem harmless enough, but in reality, they could lead to serious problems in your home. Our blog will show you some of the potential risks of ignoring pests in and around your home. You will learn what pests to eliminate immediately and tips for doing so without putting yourself or your family at risk of any harmful effects of poisons and the traps used to get rid of the pests.

Ants In Your Pants? 4 Ways To Get Rid Of The Pests

4 April 2016
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Summer is just around the corner. That means ants are going to start coming out of the woodwork – sometimes literally. Once ants invade your home, they can be difficult to control, especially if they start building nests. Don't get frustrated. Here are four steps you can take to help get rid of the ants. Get Busy with the Bait If you've found ants crawling along the baseboards, they're probably also inside your walls. Read More …

Learn How A Pest Control Company Can Help You Get Rid Of A Snake In Your Basement

30 March 2016
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When living in the country, there are times when snakes can make it into your home. Snakes often like basements because they are often very cool. Finding a snake in your basement can be a bit startling and scary. If you have found a snake in your basement, call a pest control company right away to have a professional remove it from your basement. The snake could be poisonous and having a professional remove it is the safest option for you. Read More …

The Life Cycle Of Termites

30 March 2016
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Whether your home has been invaded by roaches, termites or rodents, you must understand how the pest lives and reproduces to have any chance of eradicating them and reclaiming your home. This is especially important with wood-eating pests like termites, as they largely remain out of sight while carrying out their home-destroying ways.  Termite hatch from their eggs as tiny, white larvae. As the larvae eat and grow, they undergo several molts, during which they shed their outer layers of skin. Read More …

Getting Rid Of Pantry Moths

30 March 2016
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The moment you spot a pantry moth flying around your home is the moment you need to start making plans to get rid of it. Unfortunately, the fact that you spotted one pantry moth means you likely have an infestation of them. Chances are pretty good that a full-grown moth has already had babies that are feasting somewhere in your pantry. Fortunately, there are things you can do to get rid of this problem. Read More …

How To Control Dust Mites In The House

30 March 2016
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The conjunctiva is the membrane that covers both the fronts of the eyes and insides of the eyelids. It's a delicate membrane that can easily be irritated by allergens, such as dust mites, eliciting allergic reactions. The allergic reaction makes your eyes red, itchy and swollen. Control dust mites, which are too tiny to be detected by the naked eyes, using these measures: Protect Your Beddings Dust mites typically reside in airy clothing materials such as carpets, curtains, and beddings. Read More …