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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Signs That You Might Have A Bed Bug Infestation

Posted on: 8 January 2016

If you are worried that you might have an infestation of bed bugs, you will want to educate yourself on the signs that would indicate that you have them. This way, you will be able to spot the problem as soon as possible and then call in an exterminator. Bite Marks These bite marks might first appear without any pain accompanying them. However, after some time passes, they can become itchy welts.
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Does Your Home Have Siding? These 3 Pests Can Destroy It

Posted on: 21 December 2015

Your home's siding needs to withstand hail, wind, rain, and all kinds of environmental factors, but homeowners often forget about pests that can cause damage to it as well. Here are 3 pests that can cause you trouble. Rodents The goal of a rodent is to get into your home for food and shelter. A squirrel will often find their way into an attic or a room on the top floor of a house, while rats and mice tend to get into the basement and rooms on your first floor.
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Four Things To Know About Ant Bait

Posted on: 11 December 2015

If you have a problem with ants in your home, it can be easy to turn to spray to get rid of them. However, this is often a temporary solution that doesn't always end up providing the results that you want to see. Instead of turning to spray, it may be more beneficial to use ant bait. Here are four things to know about how ant bait works: Ants Voluntarily Digest the Poison: When you set out the ant bait, it is going to attract the ants because it appears to be food to them.
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