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Termite Prevention Tips

Along with daffodils and crocuses, spring brings many destructive insects. Termites are the worst culprits for damaging your home. You can protect your house from these wood-eating bandits with the suggestions below. Reduce Moisture...

5 Tips to Keep Ants Out of Your Home

While people may appreciate the place of ants in the natural world, that doesn't mean they want them in their homes. The good news is that there are several natural methods to keep ants away without the use of potentially dangerous...

How Weather Affects Insect Problems

Everyone who has ever set foot in a home or office understands that insects can show up at a moment's notice and cause major problems. Termites are capable of eroding the building's foundation by feasting on the wood that is present. Ants...

How to Prevent Bed Bugs

Bed bug infestations are on the rise, and just the thought of having these critters sharing your bed is enough to make you itch. While dealing with bed bugs is a major headache, there are things you can do to prevent an infestation. While traveling...

How to Recognize a Rodent Infestation

Rodent infestations can be damaging to a home and provide residents with an unhealthy environment. There are many species of rodents, but the warning signs are the same across all species. Rodent infestations are common and if spotted early, can...

What Causes Bed Bugs, And How Do They Spread?

What causes bed bugs? It seems bed bugs have been around forever, their fossilized bodies have been found at archeological sites. Egyptians, Romans, and Greeks have used them to treat various complaints and disorders. They are believed to have...

The Signs of Pest Infestation in Your Home

Mice, cockroaches, and termites...a home's worst nightmare. These are just some of the pests that take over your home and may potentially harm you and your family's health. Many critters do structural damage to your home and furniture,...

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