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  • Understanding The Need For Radon Testing

    Radon tests allow you to check for an invisible gas that could significantly affect your health and the people around you. It is important to understand the reasons for performing radon level tests and the signs that testing is necessary. Let's look at what radon is, some of the associated health problems, and the indications you should test a building. What Is Radon? In addition to being an invisible gas, radon is radioactive.
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  • 4 Benefits Of Pre-Construction Termite Control When Building Your House

    As you build your home, it is imperative that you take safety measures to prevent termite infestation. However, this is only possible if you engage the services of a professional to undertake pre-construction pest control. Bear in mind that when termites invade your home, they create colonies that could have thousands of termites. Therefore, by seeking professional termite control services before starting your project, you ensure that you don't have to deal with such a pest problem in the future.
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  • Reasons To Opt For Professional Wildlife Animal Removal Services

    Wild animals like skunks and raccoons can wreak havoc on your property. They can uproot your garden, knock over trash bins and antagonize your outdoor cats and dogs. They can also invade your home by taking refuge in the attic or crawlspace. Still, as bothersome as you may find these creatures, you may not believe they deserve to suffer and die. Instead of shooting them, you can hire a professional wildlife animal removal service to trap and relocate them.
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  • Controlling Ants In Your Home: What Steps You Need To Take

    Ants can come in a variety of different species. Some are larger—like the carpenter ants which like to feed off of the moist wood around your home, leaving nothing but sawdust in their wake—while others are tiny and prefer proteins. These smaller species can be found in your pantry or your dirty laundry. No matter the type of ant you have, if you have a problem with them, they can leave you feeling like your home is dirty, or that you have them crawling on you.
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  • Frequently Asked Questions About Mosquito Misting Systems

    Mosquitoes are one of the most annoying pests for many homeowners. These insects carry pathogens like the Zika Virus and West Nile Virus. Mosquitoes also spread malaria. One of the most effective treatments for mosquitoes is a misting system. Here are some frequently asked questions about mosquito misting systems. What Are Outdoor Misting Systems? An outdoor misting system is an application system that sprays pesticides to kill mosquitoes. These systems have spray nozzles that are installed around your home.
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  • Keeping Skunks Out of Your Yard

    If you have recently noticed skunks frequenting your property, you likely want to find ways to remove them so they do not cause damage to vegetation or your structure. In addition, skunks are known to spray an unpleasant odor if they are confronted or feel scared. Because of these reasons, taking action to keep these animals away from your property altogether is favorable. Here are steps you can take to keep skunks from using your property as their stomping ground.
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  • 3 Ways Pest Control Professionals Can Help You Get Rid Of Bed Bugs

    Bed bugs can be more than just a nuisance. They can cause severe skin irritation, inability to sleep, and seem impossible to get rid of. Many people claim to have discovered magical DIY home remedies that guarantee bed bugs will disappear forever, but many of these so-called cures come with a giant caveat: they require you to know exactly where bed bugs are hiding and to apply the remedy directly. This is much easier said than done and is just one of the many reasons to leave bed bug extermination to the professionals.
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  • How To Take Care Of Your Home After Pest Control Treatments

    To get the most out of your pest control treatment, there are several things you can do at home to make your house less hospitable for pests and make them less likely to return. This preventative treatment will help you get rid of pests already inside your house and make it a less appealing place for others to call home. Keep Things Clean and Moisture-Free Since many pests thrive in dark and moist environments, a good way to keep them from hanging around is to make your home as inhospitable as possible.
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  • Fleas In Your Yard? How To Prevent Them From Getting Inside

    Fleas aren't a pest you want inside your home. You don't really want them to be in your yard either, as it will only be a matter of time before they end up inside, biting you all over your body, or biting your pets and multiplying like crazy throughout your home. When this happens, your home will become infested with these pests, and it can be very difficult to get rid of them.
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  • Are Mice Moving Into Your Home? What Can You Do?

    Contrary to popular belief, mice don't want to move into your home just in the winter. They'll take any opportunity to find shelter in your house where they are safe from predators and the elements and where they have a constant supply of food nearby. If your house is mouse-friendly, then you'll end up with a mouse problem, and you'll need to hire a mice control specialist to assist you.
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