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Controlling The Pests So They Don't Control You

Did you know that cockroaches can survive being submerged in water for 30 minutes or more? Did you realize that rats can fit through a hole the size of a quarter? Household pests are sneaky, which is one reason they can be so hard to get rid of. But if you have pests in your home, you should not have to live your live in fear or inconvenience. A pest control expert can figure out what pests are to blame and then take measures to eliminate them. They'll get rid of those sneaky rats, cranky cockroaches, or crawling ants. Learn more about the methods they use on this website.

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Termite Control Can Protect Rarely-Used Summer Cabins
6 August 2020

Summer cabins are a great investment because they

3 Tips for Dealing With Pests That Keep Coming Back
28 July 2020

Recurring pest problems are frustrating. Getting r

Raccoons Tearing Up Your Yard? What You Need To Do
16 July 2020

Raccoons can do a lot of damage, not only to your

Pest Control Tips For Grocery Store Owners
25 June 2020

In a grocery store, pests like rats and cockroache

Taking Control Of Rodents In Your Home: What You Should Know
17 June 2020

Rodents creep and crawl all around your home, usua

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Termite Control Can Protect Rarely-Used Summer Cabins

Summer cabins are a great investment because they provide a person or a family with a place to hang out and relax when the weather turns warm. Unfortunately, these cabins may end up being victimized by termites, including wooden boats that may be used for fishing and swimming. As a result, termite control is an important step to take to protect these items.  Termites Will Feed on More Than Trees Read More 

3 Tips for Dealing With Pests That Keep Coming Back

Recurring pest problems are frustrating. Getting rid of any pests requires some hard work and dedication. Read on to learn how you can put a stop to persistent pests and keep pests outside where they belong. 1. Cut Off Access Points While pests can enter your home in a variety of ways, it can still make a noticeable difference to seal off potential entry points as best you can. This will primarily help if pests are coming in from outside, but these steps have a multitude of benefits either way. Read More 

Raccoons Tearing Up Your Yard? What You Need To Do

Raccoons can do a lot of damage, not only to your garbage cans, leaving trash strewn everywhere, but they can do other damage as well. If you see a baby raccoon, don't assume it's alone, as it could have an entire family nearby. If you spot raccoons in your yard, whether they're babies or they are full grown, you should call a pest control company for help. Read on for what else you can do to keep raccoons away from your home and yard. Read More 

Pest Control Tips For Grocery Store Owners

In a grocery store, pests like rats and cockroaches are not just an annoyance. They are a threat to the quality of the food and the health of your customers. It is essential that you, as the owner of a grocery store, take pest control seriously. Here are some pest control tips that are particularly useful in a grocery store setting. 1. Store all of the food off the floor. Read More 

Taking Control Of Rodents In Your Home: What You Should Know

Rodents creep and crawl all around your home, usually undetected, getting into everything in your house. Rodents are messy and disgusting pests that can make your home their and their family's home in just a matter of days. To take control of your home and fight back against these rodents, there are several things you need to know. Read on for helpful tips.  1. Rodents Aren't That Picky Rodents don't care that they are eating off of the floor or off of your counter. Read More