Natural Ways To Rid Your Home Of Bed Bugs

Posted on: 6 July 2016

Nobody wants to go through the nightmare of getting bed bugs, but the reality is that your home is no more immune to the pest than another, no matter how clean you are. Bed bugs are travelers, meaning you can pick them up at a hotel, another person's apartment, or any common place where the critter is already active, leading to an infestation on your own property. Many pest control experts claim that bed bugs are the most difficult intruder to get rid of in the home, which means if you notice an infestation yourself, you need to act quickly.
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Four Things You Need To Know About West Indian Drywood Termites

Posted on: 1 June 2016

Many types of termites can invade American homes, including West Indian drywood termites, also called cryptotermes brevis. Here are four things you need to know about West Indian drywood termites. Where are they found? West Indian drywood termites are thought to be native to either Peru or Chile, though they have spread far beyond their native range and are now found in subtropical and tropical regions throughout the world. In the United States, they are currently widespread in both Florida and Hawaii.
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Insects That Can Damage – Or Destroy – Your Loblolly Pine Tree

Posted on: 20 April 2016

Loblolly pine trees are beautiful evergreens with yellow-green needles, reddish-brown scaled bark, and the classic pine shape that offers both ornamentation and shade for your yard. The loblolly thrives in even difficult soil and is fairly easy to monitor for tree diseases and damage. But another part of tree maintenance is monitoring for potential insect infestations, which may come to require the help of a tree care service or pest control service.
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Turning Up The Heat On Bed Bugs: A Closer Look At Professional Heat Treatment

Posted on: 10 March 2016

From waking to bites in the middle of the night to facing all-out paranoia when you try to slip under the covers, bed bugs are a pest that are no joke. Unfortunately, bed bugs are resilient to many of the most common chemicals that are used for pest treatment, and, therefore, you may be looking into something that is a little more effective to get rid of these blood-sucking nightmare makers.
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