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Got Termites? I Can Help

Termites are nasty critters that work their way into your home and destroy it from the inside out. My name is Linda, and I am a pest control specialist. I have seen many homes and other buildings absolutely destroyed by termites. A termite infestation can cause a great deal of time and money to fix, and I'd like to tell you how to avoid having termites in the first place. I'll also discuss the clues that you have termites in your home and what to do if you already have an infestation. You can fix a termite problem, but you should act as quickly as possible. Let me be your guide.


Got Termites? I Can Help

    4 Signs Of A Cockroach Infestation And What You Can Do

    Cockroaches are quick and sly pests that lurk around in the dark and in darkened areas. They run quickly and hide well. You could have a cockroach problem without realizing you have one until you have a problem that is out of control. If you aren't sure if you have cockroaches, there are signs you should watch out for. Read on for signs of a cockroach infestation and what you can do about it.

    Developing A Pest Control Plan For Your Restaurant

    In the restaurant industry, it is imperative that you create a pest control plan well before any problems arise. If you are consistent and do not lapse in following your plan, you increase the chances that a single pest incident will not turn into a major problem. Have Routine Inspections Both your contractor and your pest control service should perform routine inspections. If you have already noticed pests, both professionals can give you an idea as to what is wrong with the property and where the pests may be nesting or entering the building.

    Hickory Dickory Dock: How To Stop The Mice From Running Up The Clock This Winter

    Winter is finally here, which means pests like ants and roaches will finally leave your home for a few months. However, that doesn't mean you can stop worrying about pest infestations. In fact, now that the cold weather is here, you need to be even more serious about the pest control efforts. That's because cold weather brings out the furry pests, particularly the mice. As soon as the weather turns chilly, mice start looking for a warm place to stay, which can include your home.

    How Encapsulating Your Crawl Space Will Help With Pest Control On Your Property

    Your crawl space is area underneath your home that gives you access to things such as your plumbing and electricity and promotes airflow under your home. However, a crawl space can also allow pests into your home if you don't take care of the area properly. Your Crawl Space & Pests Your crawl space, as well as allowing access to your home for necessary repairs, can also allow pests to access your home if your it is is not properly enclosed.

    Protecting Your Property From Severe Pest And Insect Problems

    Insect problems can create some serious consequences for your home and health. However, there are effective options for preventing and addressing pests, but homeowners often still face troubles as they work to manage this annoying and potentially hazardous problem. Identify The Causes Of Your Insect Problem Being aware of the causes of the insect problems that you are experiencing can be one of the first steps in effectively combating these problems.

    3 Important Reasons To Hire An Exterminator When Facing A Cockroach Infestation

    Cockroaches are unwanted insects that can find their way into your home from time to time. Upon infesting your home, they can breed like crazy. Instead of confronting this pest yourself and potentially making mistakes, contact an exterminator. They can help you deal with this pest situation in the following ways.  Quick Species Identification  In order for the right cockroach insecticides to be used, the cockroach species needs to first be identified.

    Is Your Property Welcoming Pests?

    During warm and humid months, pests are at their peak. Is your property appealing to bugs, reptiles, or rodents? Create a not-so-welcoming environment which encourages unwanted pests to leave on their own – before you experience the headache and expense of an infestation. Some tips to make your property less-appealing to common pests include: Keep things dry. Standing water is a big allure to bugs, and it can also serve as a water source for rodents, birds, and wildlife.

    What To Do If Ants Are Taking Over Your Home

    Ants can get into just about anywhere in your home, so don't be surprised if you find them in the oddest of places. You would think they would be in your food pantry, but you can find them in your bathroom or in bedrooms as well. Ants are going to come in where they can and will keep moving in order to find food and water. If you are finding these pests all over your home, you could have an infestation and need to get control of it.