A Biting Problem | 3 Questions Everyone Has About Bed Bug Bites

Posted on: 17 April 2015
Just as you snuggle in between the covers of your bed for a good night of sleep, you think about what it would be like if the bed bugs did bite. With the number of bed bug reports on the rise steadily since the year 2000, it is perfectly expected that these critters are on your mind. Bed bugs could make their way into your home and they definitely do bite, as your blood is their preferred food source.
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Best Bug Killers: Baits, Gels, Traps, And Sprays

Posted on: 14 April 2015
If you're a homeowner or renter who's spotted some unwelcome bugs lately, you might be thinking about whether the sightings were bad enough to warrant calling pest control. Technically, yes, they are, because if you see one bug, chances are there are several more of the same type hanging around your house, scouting out the best locations to establish residence. But in the meantime, getting some DIY pest control methods into place is a good idea.
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Outsmarting Termites Before They Feast On Your Home

Posted on: 26 January 2015
Termites have been our neighbors for as long as we have been here. Researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder discovered fossilized termite nests 155 million years old. Termites have evolved into powerful, cellulose-eating machines. To keep them out of your house, you need to be smarter than they are. It starts with knowing what they are after. The Hungry Termite Colony The North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service estimates that a mature termite colony can contain from 200,000 to 2 million individuals.
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