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2016

3 Ways To Protect Your Home From Termite Infestations

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Termites wreak serious havoc on homes built primarily from wood products. If you’re like most homeowners, you already know to keep firewood stored off-the-ground and away from the side of your home. You probably also know that you should only bring enough firewood indoors for a couple of days at a time. However, you may not be aware that other strategies exist for minimizing termite activity in and around your home.…

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4 Tips For Eliminating Bedbugs From Your Apartment Complex

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No one likes bedbugs, but if you own an apartment complex they can be disastrous. One tenant can bring bedbugs back from traveling or on some used furniture, and the next thing you know they’ve spread to other apartments. You need to act immediately to eliminate the problem before it spreads and before tenants begin damaging your reputation by leaving negative reviews about your apartment complex. Here are four tips for eliminating bedbugs:…

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Bee Allergies Keeping Your Little One Indoors This Summer? 4 Easy Steps To Bee-Proof Your Yard

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If your child is allergic to bees, it can be dangerous for them to go outside during the summer. You could keep them inside all summer long, or you could bee-proof your backyard. With just a few simple steps, you can make the backyard a safe place for your child to play. Here are four tips that will help you to bee-proof your yard. Circulate the Air Even a slight breeze can deter bees.…

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How To Prevent Termites From Invading Your Firewood

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Having termites invade your firewood is certainly not as bad as having them chew away at your house, but it’s not ideal. Not only will these bugs eat up the wood, leaving you less to burn, but having them in firewood on your property also means your home and other structures will be at an increased risk of becoming infested. Follow these termite control tips to keep termites from invading your firewood.…

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How Can Some Animals Help Control Pests?

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When you think about pest control, you probably consider setting out traps, using a fogger, or spraying with pesticides. However, there are also more natural ways to get rid of pests without using any chemicals, such as using your own pets! Many animals will help you get rid of the pests you don’t want around, but that you don’t want to deal with by using harsh chemicals. Cats Take Care of Rodents…

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Bed Bug PTSD: Is There Rest After Bed Bugs?

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You may want to sleep tight and have a good night, but after you have been bitten once or twice by a bed bug, you may have a difficult time catching any winks at all. Bed bugs are not just a nuisance pest that you can swat, squash, and spray to eliminate, and the fact is, these little blood-suckers can leave you feeling somewhat emotionally traumatized. Your bed is supposed to be your safe place where you relax at the end of the day, but if it is harboring mini vampires that slip out under the veil of darkness to attack, there is little chance that your bed will feel like a safe place at all.…

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Keeping Insects Away From Your Stored Items

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If you are going to be moving to a new home, you may have considered placing some of your lesser used items into a storage unit until you are situated in your new location. If you plan on storing items, keeping insects away from them is very important. If pests get into your unit, you can find your items are overrun with an infestation, causing damage to the very things you are trying to protect.…

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4 Things You Need To Know About American Spider Beetles

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American spider beetles, also known as black spider beetles, are stored-product pests. You may find them infesting your kitchen cupboards or other areas where food is stored. Here are four things you need to know about American spider beetles. What do they look like? These beetles are small with rounded abdomens. They are typically between 1.5 and 3.5 millimeters long, with long, thin legs and antennae. Their heads and legs are dull yellow or light brown, while their rounded abdomens range from red to black.…

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