How To Protect Your Home This Fall Against Pests

Posted on: 24 September 2020

Fall is a beautiful time of year, fields are being plowed for harvest, trees are beginning to lose their leaves, and the weather changes throughout the day from chilly to warm and back to chilly again. Fall is when you begin seeing a lot of pests you didn't see as often during the summer and spring months. These pests are going to need a warm place to stay and food to eat, and your home may be where they decide to reside.
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FAQ About Termite Infestations And Extermination

Posted on: 17 September 2020

Termites are pests that feed on wood and get their nutrients from the cellulose fiber found in plant and wood matter. For this reason, wood is the main diet for these creepy crawlers, and this means your house is a nutritious meal for them. Termites can cause costly damage, so if you see them, it's important to take care of the infestation right away. What Are Signs Of Termites In The Home?
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How A Roach Infestation Starts And How Pest Control Treatments Kill And Prevent Cockroaches In Your Home

Posted on: 2 September 2020

Many insect and animal pests can invade your home, but one of the worst is the cockroach. Roaches are hard to eliminate, and they are unsanitary. Roaches even have a distinctive foul odor that can permeate your home if the infestation is large enough. Here's a look at how a roach infestation gets started, why roaches are so hard to get rid of, and how professional pest control can help eliminate and prevent them.
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How To Keep Skunks, Squirrels, And Other Large Pests Away

Posted on: 20 August 2020

When you think of pests, what comes to mind first? Most people think about insects and small rodents, like mice and rats. Indeed, these are some of the most common pests and they can be tough ones to get rid of because they are small and sneaky. However, larger animals can be pests, too. You really don't want skunks in your shed, and squirrels, groundhogs, and rabbits can be nuisances, too.
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