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3 Major Reasons Why You Need A Bed Bug Professional

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Have you or your family members started waking up with itchy red bumps? Did you go to the doctor and get told that these bumps are likely the result of bed bug bites? Contrary to the beliefs of some people, you don’t need to be dirty or have a dirty home in order to get a bed bug infestation. All that needs to happen is for one or two bed bugs to hitch a ride on a piece of clothing or in some used furniture, and then you’re stuck having to get rid of them. Read More»

Don't Feed The Pests: How To Make Your Office A Pest-Free Space

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When you’re a small business owner, you need everything about your establishment to be professional. That can’t happen if you’ve got a pest control problem. Pests such as roaches and rodents can spell disaster for your small business. Unfortunately, commercial pest control problems can get out of hand quite quickly if they’re not handled properly. One of the best ways to prevent an out-of-control pest problem is to prevent pests in the first place. Read More»

How Bird Netting Keeps Birds Away From Your Restaurant

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While it isn’t possible to keep every bird away from your restaurant, you can stop them from moving in and taking over. Birds pose big problems for restaurants that include health violations, destruction of property, and disturbing guests. An easy way to control birds without hurting them is with bird netting. Here’s how it works and why you should use it. How Bird Netting Works Bird netting keeps birds from gathering where you don’t want them. Read More»

Types For Avoiding An Ant Infestation In Your Home This Summer

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During the warm summer months, ants are one of the most common household pests. As the weather heats up, ants begin to enter homes in an attempt to find water and food. Luckily, there are several things that homeowners can do to prevent an ant infestation in their home. Use the following tips to combat ants this summer: Seal Cracks and Holes Since ants are so small, they can get into a home through small cracks and holes, even very tiny ones. Read More»

3 Tips For Keeping Your Apartment Building Pest Free

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Having a pest problem, such as an infestation of mice, bedbugs, or spiders, would be a major problem for any business. It’s an even more serious issue when you own an apartment building because new tenants can so easily bring in pests from their previous apartments. One relatively minor pest problem can quickly translate to financial loss if your tenants post negative reviews and discourage prospective tenants from renting an apartment. Read More»

Why You Shouldn't Feel Bad About Evicting Critters From Your Home

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Whether it’s insects, rodents, or other critters, many people have a line where they feel bad calling an exterminator to get pests out of their home. While respecting living creatures is a good thing, you don’t have to feel bad about using pest control services. Here’s why. Pests Cause Property Damage and Health Problems Whether it’s ants eating your food, termites destroying your walls, or rodents chewing your insulation, pests cause real property damage. Read More»

3 Reasons Why Cheese Is Overrated As Mice Bait

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Whenever you see a mouse trap on TV, there’s a good chance it’ll have a big sliver of cheese set on top of the trigger as bait. The popular image of mice and cheese is so strong that it’s hard to imagine them being attracted to anything else. As it turns out, however, cheese is nowhere near the top of a mouse’s personal list of favorite foods. The following offers three reasons why the oft-described love of cheese among mice is largely bunk. Read More»

Can Putting Your Mattress Under Wraps Help With Bedbugs?

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All it takes is a single bedbug to make just about anyone’s skin crawl. Finding one usually means there are more hidden in places that are hard or even impossible to check. With bodies roughly the size of an apple seed, bedbugs can easily squeeze through mattress fabric and hide within the mattress and box spring itself. Mattress encasements are designed to trap bedbugs that are hunkered down inside your mattress. Read More»