What Not To Do If You Have A Bed Bug Infestation

Posted on: 12 June 2015

A bed bug infestation can be extremely difficult to get rid of, so a pest control officer needs to be called in. Whether you rent or own your home, there are a few things that you should not do if you have an infestation. Do Not Sleep Elsewhere If you have an infestation, or believe you might have an infestation, remain sleeping in your normal bed. The bugs are extremely small and will hide in your clothing.
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Four Wild Facts That Illustrate Why Roaches Are So Hard To Kill

Posted on: 29 May 2015

What's harder than having a home full of disgusting cockroaches? Trying to get them out!. Have you ever wondered why? Here are four reasons that explain why cockroaches are so difficult to eliminate. Understanding these points should give you a deeper insight into these vermin. Cockroaches are Very, Very Old Sharks and alligators are among the oldest living species on Earth and have remained virtually unchanged since the time of the dinosaurs.
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Three Signs Your House May Have A Termite Infestation

Posted on: 20 May 2015

The time to be alert for an infestation of termites is in the spring. The weather turns warm, and a new generation of termites is looking to find new sources of food and start a new colony. It is at this time and throughout the warm months in the area you live that you need to stay alert to termites. There are several signs to look for that will indicate that you may have a termite problem.
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Identify And Managing A Gopher Infestation In Your Edible Garden

Posted on: 6 May 2015

If your thriving edible garden suddenly comes under attack by critters eating fruits and vegetables, you may have a gopher infestation. These rodents are voracious vegetarians and will feed above and below the surface of your garden. After you identify a gopher infestation, you should take action to rid your yard of the pests. Identifying Gophers Gophers are small, brown rodents with long front teeth. The furry pests resemble moles. However, they are larger than moles, have soft fine hair and usually grow between five to ten inches long.
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