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Why Bed Bug Inspections Matter

October

29

2014

Life is a battle. Are you battle weary? There are just too many important things to care about. We can't possibly care about them all. You've probably heard stories about bed bugs in the news, and you may have even decided to do something to protect your family, but when you're done worrying about your marriage, your children's schooling, your house, your extended family, your friends, your community, and the starving people of the world, you simply don't have the energy to care about one more thing.

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Tags: Bed Bug Infestations  |  bed bug control  |  signs of bed bugs  |  bed bug prevention

Watch Out For These Signs Of Carpenter Ants

October

15

2014

Carpenter ants have six legs, two antennae, and three main body parts. They are mostly black, with some reddish areas. You will typically see carpenter ants traveling together in large numbers, along invisible highways, in your grass, along your walkways, and inside your home. They aren't a threat to humans--at least not physically--but your home won't fare so well against these foragers.

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Tags: ants  |  carpenter ants  |  get rid of carpenter ants

Why DIY Rodent Control Is Not A Good Idea

October

01

2014

Mice and rats are disease and bacteria carrying foragers.

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Tags: mice  |  home pest control  |  rodent control

What are the most common pests in the fall?

September

29

2014

The list of fall invaders is quite long, but the pests you will most likely deal with in fall are: stink bugs, boxelder bugs, ladybugs, spiders, ants, fleas, roaches, crickets, and rodents. These nasty little buggers are looking for a warm place to hide till winter has passed, and your home is an appealing option, even if you don't keep a disgusting house. Filth just allows these pests to thrive, but they will endure a squeaky clean home to escape the freeze of winter.

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