Your Pest Problem

Posted on: 26 April 2017
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!

Posted on: 5 January 2016
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

Posted on: 5 August 2015
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

Posted on: 5 June 2015
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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