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Get out of my house!

  • The Sticky Subject of Spiders and Night Vision: Can Spiders See You in the Dark?

    Spiders are more active at night. That means that while you are sleeping—or raiding the fridge for a midnight snack—the spiders in your vicinity are hunting for a twilight breakfast treat. If you were to take a torch and shine it into your garden at night, you might well see the eight eyes of a nearby spider glowing bright green in the darkness. But can those eight eyes see you?

  • Choosing Premises for Your New Food Wholesale Business—Pest Control Considerations

    For the most part, a business that sells food is a sound investment—whatever is happening in the economy; people always need to eat. So, you've decided on a wholesale food business because it has a simple business model—you source and buy food in bulk, then mark up the price and sell it in smaller quantities to shops and restaurants—easy and lucrative. You know what your business will need--a warehouse, delivery vehicles, a team that can buy and sell, and people to pack and distribute.

  • How to Prevent Pests from Penetrating Your Home

    Pests can be a homeowner's worst nightmare. Not only are they scary to live with, but they can also spread dangerous infectious diseases and compromise the hygiene of your home. Unfortunately, by the time you notice a pest crawling in your kitchen or living room, it might be already too late. There could be an infestation brewing underneath the sinks, in the closets or behind the walls. It is therefore important to implement an effective pest control strategy in order to avoid the presence of pests in your home.

  • Clearing Up Common Misconceptions About Termite and Insect Infestation

    A homeowner should never overlook the risk of termite infestation in their home; termites can quickly and easily damage a home's wood framework and building materials so that the home actually settles and shifts, leading to cracks along its interior surfaces. In some cases, the damage may be so severe that a home may need to be demolished, or parts of its framework outright replaced. To ensure you're protecting your home from termites and other damaging, dangerous insect infestations, note a few common misconceptions about these pests, and discuss your home's risk factors with an exterminator as needed.

  • Treatment Options You Could Consider For Termite Control

    If you discover termites have infested your home, you will find a whole range of treatment options that you could choose to eliminate these pests. However, selecting a treatment plan should not be about gravitating toward the cheapest option. It is essential to hire a pest control professional to guide you through the process. Some of the ways professional pest controls services will help you include: Identifying the extent of the termite infestation Select the right treatment plan for your particular infestation Advise you on how best to prevent a future infestation The following are a couple of common treatment options that you could consider for termite control.

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Get out of my house!

Breakfast is the first meal of the day, one that should set you up for several hours of active, busy life. Nothing turns a breakfast bad like picking up your coffee mug, or a plate, and having a critter skitter out from underneath! Ants, cockroaches and more do their best to work their way into our homes, where they aren't welcome and don't belong. Sometimes ant traps and insect bait are enough, but if you ignore the problem it can quickly escalate to where you'll need professional pest control to get rid of your unwanted guests. Professional pest control can provide a wide range of rates and service, and are worth calling.