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  • Mice Troubles? Two Tips To Help Keep Rodents Out Of Your Home


    If you're dealing with a mouse problem at your house, you understand just how frustrating such a situation can be.  You can no longer fully relax because you find yourself peeking around each corner with a sense of dread, hoping that the mouse will stay hidden so it doesn't scare you to pieces.  While it can be difficult to get rid of a mouse, the best thing to do is focus on mouse control in the first place.
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  • How Often Should You Get Professional Pest Control Treatments?


    After you buy a new home, you want to protect it from damage so your investment grows. One thing you'll want to consider is pest control. By keeping destructive pests out of your home, you can prevent damage from chewing, urine, droppings, and destruction. Keeping pests away is just as important as getting rid of them when you have an infestation. A good practice is to have regularly scheduled treatments applied.
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  • Three Common Pests That May Target Your Home


    There are numerous pests that can target your home, and when this happens, it can lead to a number of difficulties and inconveniences. Unfortunately, there are homeowners that will frequently be extremely uninformed about the various pests that they could have to address. In order to help you with being an informed and prepared homeowner, you should take the time to learn more about a few of the more common pests.
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  • 4 Ways You Can Keep Ants Out Of Your Home


    If you've got ants in your kitchen, getting rid of them becomes priority number one. However, calling on a pest control specialist is just half of the battle. While a professional can rectify the problem for you, it's up to you to keep the ants out going forward. Make certain you know what to do. Seal Up The Area When the pest specialist comes out to your home, they will probably give you an idea of the general area from which the ants are entering your home.
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  • What To Do If A Bat Gets In Your Home And Starts Flying Around


    Bats can show up in some of the most surprising places. Even if you don't live in an area prone to bats, you can end up with one suddenly showing up in your home. For those unfamiliar with bats, this can turn into an alarming and even scary experience. Don't panic, here's what you should do. Words of Warning Bats most certainly do bite. They have very small teeth, so a bite can go unnoticed.
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  • Eek, a Mouse! Rid Your Home of Rodents This Season


    If you spot a mouse, take it very seriously. One female mouse can have up to 100 babies per year, which makes the chance of an infestation high when they are present in your home. The best thing that you can do to prevent a mouse-infestation is to become vigilant at the first sign of these gnawing pests.  Some things to know when controlling mice in your home are: Traps are inevitable.
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  • Your Pest Problem


    Dealing with pests in the home is something that needs to be done. Nobody enjoys walking in the home and seeing a large rat scurrying under a table. It is also un-nerving to see a trail of ants leading outside your cupboard. It is important that the problem is taken care of as soon as possible or the problem can get worse. There are a few things that yo may want to do to keep your home as unappealing to pests as possible, but there are also ways to get rid of pests.
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  • Going On Vacation This Winter? Avoid Bringing Home Bed Bugs Home From Your Hotel!


    If you're going on a trip this winter, bed bugs may be one of the last things on your mind. Unfortunately, these insects are a big problem in many parts of the world, and can be found in hotels all over the nation. Once your home has become infested, these tiny, itchy pests can cost hundreds or thousands of dollars to exterminate. Knowing how to avoid getting bed bugs at your hotel can save you a lot of trouble and expense.
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  • How To Keep Spiders Out Of Your Home


    Seeing a lot of spiders in your home can be a very unsettling thing. It can be a frightening experience to be relaxing late at night, only to find a spider dangling above you from its web. Most people know how to kill a spider; you catch it in toilet paper and flush it, squish it with your shoe or vacuum it up with the hose end of your vacuum. However, keeping spiders from taking over your house can be a bit more of a challenge.
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  • 5 Things You Need to Know about Pseudoscorpions


    Everyone has heard of scorpions, but you may not have heard of their lookalikes, pseudoscorpions. Here's what you need to know about these pests.  Do they look like real scorpions? Pseudoscorpions look very similar to real scorpions; the main difference is that pseudoscorpions don't have a tail and stinger. They still have the menacing looking pincers that scorpions are known for. However, it's hard to get a good look at these pests since they are incredibly tiny.
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