Tips For Preventing A Residential Termite Infestation

Posted on: 2 February 2017

If you are a homeowner in an area where termites are a threat to your home, then it is important that you understand how to prevent them from infesting it. A termite infestation can cause devastating and expensive damage to your home in a very short period of time. To avoid this fate, follow these tips: Tip: Keep All Wood Off of the Ground Termites feed on the cellulose fibers in wood.
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Got Fleas in Your Home? Natural Ways to Get Rid of Them

Posted on: 23 January 2017

Spring is almost upon us. And while many think of the ice thawing to make way for flowers, spring is also prime time for fleas to begin to infest your pets and make their way into your home. If you notice any fleas in your home, you will want to take action to remedy the problem. They can multiply quickly and take over your home before you even realize it. While there are many chemicals you can use to spray or bomb your home, there are also a few natural ways to kill these pests.
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Effective Treatments To Kill Bed Bugs For Good

Posted on: 2 August 2016

If you have a bed bug problem, you have probably looked for effective treatments to kill them off. Unfortunately, most treatment strategies that you will get from the internet, friends and other sources may not always work, especially because bed bugs are very hard to detect and resistant to some pesticides. Hiring a pest control service is probably the best strategy to finish off a bed bug infestation in your home.
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Removing A Honey Bee Hive From Your Preschool Property

Posted on: 13 July 2016

If you run a preschool program, you most likely have time allotted for the children who attend to play outdoors. If you noticed a honey bee hive on the grounds of your school's property, keeping the children safe will become a priority. Here are some steps you can take in removing the hive so the children will be able to use the outdoor area without risk of being stung. Alert The Children's Caretakers Of The Hive's Presence For Safety Reasons
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