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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Identifying, Eliminating, And Preventing Residential Termite Infestations

Posted on: 18 September 2015

Finding the signs of termites in your home's wooden structures is always an unsettling feeling. The good news is that any damage that the termites have caused can be repaired, the termites can be eliminated, and you can take steps to ensure that the nasty wood-eating bugs will not return in the future. By following these tips, your home can be free of termites and their damage: Find the Termite Damaged Areas of Your Home
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Home Filled With Fruit Flies? 4 Ways To Get Rid Of The Pests

Posted on: 22 July 2015

It's summertime. The warm weather has set in. The market is filled with a wide variety of fruit, which you're bringing home to your family. More fruit in your home means it's time to deal with those irritating fruit flies. Before you throw in the towel and call the exterminator, try a more natural approach. Take a look at these simple techniques for getting rid of fruit flies. Trap Them in Water and Vinegar
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How A Cat Can Help With Mice Problems

Posted on: 26 June 2015

If you have mice on your property, you want to do the best you can to eradicate them. It can be a challenge to get rid of mice, traps and poisons can be a threat to your own pets and other wildlife. There is a way you can lower the mouse population on your land without the use of pesticides or traps. You can get a good mouser cat, a feral cat or a kitten to raise as a mouser.
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