How To Get The Ants Out Of Your Bathroom

28 December 2015
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As you are standing in the shower in the morning getting ready to start your day, the last thing you want to see is a stream of ants marching in lines across the tiles of your bathroom floor. While this is an unpleasant thing to see, it is fairly common as ants will come into the bathroom to find moisture as well as debris in the plumbing they can feast on. Read More 

Crickets in the Cellar: Keeping Your Home Cricket Free This Fall

14 December 2015
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With fall upon us and winter coming soon, it's time to prepare for pest infestations. One such infestation, field crickets, can cause more harm to your home than you know and may require the help of pest control professionals for extermination. Know Your Pest: The Lifestyle of a Field Cricket When you know your home's pest, you're much better equipped to deal with the infestation and seek the help you need. Read More 

3 Types Of Wood That You’ll Love And That Termites Will Hate

30 November 2015
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When you build a house, you want to build it to last. Unfortunately, termites have other plans. That's why you should greatly reduce your risk of termites from the very beginning by selecting wood that can withstand termites. With the following 3 types of wood, you should have the materials necessary to make sure your new house keeps these nasty pests at bay. Naturally Resistant And Toxic Lumber Termites can munch through most wood, but certain types of wood naturally stop termites in their tracks. Read More 

Top 4 Mistakes To Avoid When Dealing With Bed Bugs In The Home

27 November 2015
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Nobody wants to make the gruesome discovery that they have bed bugs in their own home. However, bed bugs infest homes every day across the United States; specifically, bed bugs can come from a used piece of furniture or even from outside guests. If you have bed bugs in your home, there are some all-too-common mistakes you'll want to avoid that can actually make the problem a lot worse. Moving to the Couch Read More 

What You Can Do To Stop Bedbugs From Moving With You

23 November 2015
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When you are moving out of a place that has had bedbugs, you need to reduce your chances of bringing them with you to your new home. Luckily, you have the ability to do this, but it will take some additional work to get the job done. Visual and K9 Inspections The first step you need to take is to find out where the bedbugs are hiding in your home. Even though you may find small blood stains on your bedding, these pests can hide in your furniture and clothing. Read More