Top 4 Bed Bug Control Tips

Posted on: 28 September 2016

Bed bugs, scientifically known as Cimex lectularius, are tiny brown insects that typically come out at night to feed on the blood of a host. These tiny bugs are usually rusty red or brown in color and round in shape. It is important to be able to identify bed bugs, so you know if you indeed have an infestation, or you're actually fighting a different insect, such as a flea. Once you have confirmed the presence of bed bugs, you'll need to follow a few tips to control them.
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2 Tips For Preventing A Spider Infestation

Posted on: 26 September 2016

Spiders are one of the worst types of infestations for many people to deal with, mostly because of how frightening they can be to most people and the fact that some varieties can be quite dangerous. Listed below are two tips for preventing a spider infestation from taking root within your home. Eliminate Entry Points One of the easiest ways to keep spiders out of your home and preventing an infestation is to find and seal off any potential entry points.
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Steps For Safely Dealing With Wasps Behind Your House's Siding

Posted on: 23 September 2016

It's a concern when you notice a wasp nest hanging from a tree in your yard, but the one benefit to this location is that it's visible. Whether you attempt to remove it on your own or prefer to call a pest control service, it's clear when the problem is eradicated. Things aren't so clear-cut when you see wasps landing on the siding of your home and disappearing out of sight.
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Ridding Your Home Of Fleas In Their Entirety

Posted on: 22 September 2016

If you have a new pet in your home and you have been battling a flea problem that doesn't seem to want to go away, you will need to take proactive steps in eradicating these bloodsucking parasites in their entirety. Here are some tips you can use in an attempt to eliminate a flea problem from your pet, your home, and your property altogether. Treat Your Pet First It is important that your pet is treated with an appropriate flea deterrent so fleas in your home or yard do not cause another infestation within their fur.
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