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  • 3 Ways To Get Rid Of Fleas

    If you walk into your new house and have a flea jump on you, you may not think much of it. After all, it's only one little flea. The problem is, though, that if you see one, you probably have hundreds. Fleas are sneaky, and they often stay hidden until their preferred food source walks by. That's not you, that's your cat or dog. Fleas will lay eggs in your carpet, which can hatch even if you've gotten rid of all the adult fleas. [Read More]

  • Gear Up And Fight Off An Impending Army Of Rodents In Your Bakery

    It's the wonderful aroma of fresh bread wafting through the facility, the tiny tidbits of sweet stuff scattered throughout, and the mouth-watering range of foods that make your bakery a prime location for rodents. All those wonderful things that you love about your place of business, from the sweet little sprinkles you dash on the cupcakes to the enticing smells that attract customers, are just as much attractive to pests. Unfortunately, this can mean keeping mice and rats away will become a never-ending process. [Read More]

  • Top 4 Reasons You Need To Leave Bed Bug Treatment To The Professionals

    While bed bugs mainly target human hosts, they can also annoy your pets. These parasites bite their hosts, usually during the evening hours when you've dozed off for the night. As a result of the bites, individuals will develop itchy bumps. Before deciding on a bed bug treatment plan, it is important to identify the insects. The University of Minnesota Extension states that bed bugs are 1/4 to 3/8-inch long, oval in shape, brown in color, and lack any wings. [Read More]

  • Five Tips For Keeping Flies Out Of Your Home

    Probably the most annoying pest to come into your home are house flies. These pesky insects make it difficult to get things done around the house, especially eat and cook since flies gravitate toward  food. To help avoid this problem in your home, here are five tips to keep the flies out: Keep the Trash Sealed: All trash cans in your home should have a lid. Flies like to land in trash and even lay eggs there. [Read More]

  • Spring Into Action: How To Get Rid Of Springtails

    If you notice tiny, cream to light brown, wingless, jumping insects in your home, they may be springtails. Springtails, or snow fleas, like to swarm in moist environments such as bathrooms, swimming pools, and kitchens. They take their name from the body mechanism that helps them jump long distances. They are no threat to humans, but they can be a minor nuisance to plants. A swarm of springtails resembles a large ball or fabric swatch. [Read More]

  • Got Cockroaches? Kill Them With Coffee

    If you have a small cockroach infestation in your house and have ever left grounds in your coffeemaker overnight, you may have inadvertently discovered that they are drawn to coffee. If so, use their attraction to the grounds to your advantage by using the guide below to make a cockroach-killing coffee can death trap. What You Will Need Before you begin making your cockroach trap, gather the ingredients and supplies listed below. [Read More]

  • Dealing With Termites

    There are all sorts of different types of pests that can try to make a living in your home. You can deal with rodents or insects. One common type of pest that can do a lot of damage is a termite. Termites like to get into the frame of the home because it is made from wood. If there is a termite problem in your home it needs to be dealt with very quickly. [Read More]

  • 3 Tips For Keeping Your House Rodent Free

    If you are dealing with rodents and mice in your house you are probably wondering what you can do to make sure that you are rodent free. It's not only unsanitary to have rodents in the house, but can be stressful for many people to think that little creatures are running through their house. Here are some things that you should do to keep your house rodent free. 1. Keep Food Off The Floors [Read More]

  • Kill Those Spiders

    It can be a little scary to find that you have an infestation of spiders in your home. There is nobody that really enjoys having spiders in the home, and if there are spiders in your home you most likely want them gone. There are a few different ways that you can prevent spiders from getting into the home, but if spiders do get into your home there are ways to kill them off. [Read More]

  • Simple Pest Control Steps

    Walking into the kitchen to see a line of ants, or to see a rat can really be startling. Having a problem with pests can start slow, but can escalate very quickly. You may only see a few ants at first and then out of nowhere you have a terrible infestation of ants. The same can go for a rodent, you may see a few fecal pellets then days later, you may have a major problem. [Read More]