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eliminating the pests in your home

Ants, spiders, fleas, mice and silverfish were all problems in my house at one point. When we bought the house, it hadn't been lived in for about three years. Since it was basically abandoned, the pests moved in and made it their homes. The first few months of battling with these pests was the hardest. We had so many different pests to contend with that it was hard to know where to start. With the help of a professional pest control technician, we have taken our home back from those pests and have been living pest free ever since. Find tips on eliminating the pests in your home here on my blog.

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Got Bed Bugs? 2 Updated Options to Get Rid of Them Now

3 September 2015
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Bed bugs and their eggs are surprisingly resilient in spite of their small size, which means it takes much more effort to rid your home of them than it does to get rid of other small pests. While resilient, thankfully pest control companies have been mastering their bed bug removal techniques over the years, and they have a couple of great techniques that work well against these tiny intruders. There are also new remedies being researched that you may be able to look forward to in the future in case the tiny bugs ever hitchhike their way back into your home on your clothing or a new-to-you piece of used furniture. Read More …

Five Ways To Treat Bed Bug Bites With Products Around Your Home

2 September 2015
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There has been a resurgence of bed bugs in the last couple of decades. These vampires of the night are becoming a real nuisance in many cities, and unfortunately, if you are not careful, you could bring them home with you. Because most bed bugs are most active at night, one of the first ways most people know they have bed bugs is when they find themselves with unexplained red, itchy bites. Read More …

West Nile Warning: This Year Is Different

31 August 2015
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As much of the country swelters under the extreme heat of late summer, people head outdoors in the evenings to gain relief from warm living rooms and bedrooms. Taking advantage of late twilights, neighbors may linger for extended conversations or do the outside work made impossible by daytime heat. While most know to swat away mosquitoes, few may be aware that this season--like none before it--is rife with potential for the West Nile virus. Read More …