Have Ants In Your House? Know How To Get Rid Of Them For Good

Posted on: 14 October 2016

Nobody likes to see ants inside their home, but since their bodies are so small, they'll get through the smallest holes in your home's foundation. Sealing your home to prevent ants from getting in is pointless. Your best defense is going to be to kill the ants so that they are gone once and for all. Here are some tips to get rid of those ants for good. How Ant Poison Works
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Heading On Vacation? 3 Ways To Avoid Sharing A Hotel Room With Bedbugs

Posted on: 21 July 2016

If you do a lot of traveling, you probably stay in hotels on a regular basis. Unfortunately, that means that you have plenty of opportunity to bring unwanted guests home with you. Bedbugs can be frequent guests in hotels. Taking a proactive approach will help reduce your chances of bringing bedbugs home with you. Before you unpack for your hotel stay, here are three pest control steps you should take.
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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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