Keeping Ants On The Exterior Of Your Home

Posted on: 28 March 2022

If you live in an area where ants are known to get inside of homes, you are likely worried about the same scenario happening to your structure. An infestation of ants can quickly arise if steps are not taken to discourage them from sticking around the area. Here are some ways to help keep these insects on the exterior of your home so they are less likely to invade your living space.
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Ways To Eliminate Silverfish And Why You Want To

Posted on: 17 February 2022

If you've ever seen a little gray bug that looked like it was swimming along the floor, you may have seen a silverfish. These pests are common and they're destructive to your home. Silverfish don't bite or bother your pets, but they are annoying when they invade in large numbers. Here are things to know about pest control and silverfish. Declutter Before You Call A Pest Control Company  Silverfish are drawn to damp areas and places with a lot of paper clutter.
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Common Myths And Misconceptions About Cockroaches

Posted on: 5 January 2022

There is no ghastlier sight than seeing a cockroach scurry along the floor of your kitchen, bathroom, or any other room in your home. Unfortunately, if you see a single cockroach in your home, chances are that there are several others lurking in the walls or cabinets. Understanding the nature of cockroaches can help you create a plan to get rid of these unwanted pests and prevent them from returning. Here are a few common myths and misconceptions about cockroaches.
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Why You Need An Exterminator To Get Rid Of Termites In Your Home

Posted on: 19 November 2021

Termites are the type of pest that if you don't get rid of them fast enough, the damage to your home can be so severe that you may need extensive home repairs in addition to costly extermination fees. Termites can multiply rather quickly and their colony could be in the tens of thousands. They could be going undetected, crawling through their mud tunnels, and getting to the rotting wood on your home to feast on, without you realizing they are even there.
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