2016

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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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Getting Rid of Termites for Good: 3 Tips for Protecting Wooden Structures from These Gnarly Pests

26 December 2016
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A colony of termites can easily demolish the structural integrity of your home without any effort and in little time. This is mainly due to the fact that termite colonies need to eat non-stop throughout the day. They eat constantly. Once they find a suitable food source, they'll eat and won't stop. Unfortunately, most residential buildings have wooden frames and internal structures. This makes them an ideal target for termites. Read More …

Bed Bug Infestation Health Risks And How To Get Rid Of Them From Your Home

23 June 2016
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Bed bugs have become an increasingly common problem in the U.S. and the entire world, as infestations have increased at an average rate of 50 percent each year over the past ten years. Not only are bed bugs an irritant when they bite your skin, leaving an itching rash and blister, they can also carry disease. Here are some of the health risks from bed bugs and how you can get rid of the bugs from your home. Read More …

Tick-Tock! It’s Time to Understand and Prevent Ticks at Home

18 February 2016
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Scrubbing toilets and washing windows may be priorities when it comes to home maintenance, but focusing on the exterior and surrounding landscaping of your house is also important. While you may not pay much attention to the insects and small pests in your lawn, shrubs, and trees, understanding the dangers of these critters is smart. Considering an estimated 30,000 cases of Lyme disease are reported each year, preventing ticks from making your yard a home is essential. Read More …