Why You Should Choose to Encapsulate Your Crawl Space

Posted on: 24 May 2019

A crawl space is when the foundation of your home is built up a little bit so your home sits on a foundation with a few feet of room between the ground below and the sub-floor of your home. This area in between is called a crawl space. You may have a small entryway inside an interior closet, bathroom, mudroom or you may have an exterior entrance. The entrance is usually quite small, but large enough to fit a person inside.
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About Pests That Bite

Posted on: 27 December 2018

While you never want to find yourself dealing with pests in your home, at some point it is going to happen. However, finding pests in your home is even worse when you know those pests bite. This article is going to introduce you to some of the pests that are most commonly found in houses that will bite and some of them are even poisonous. Black Widows – Black widows can commonly be found in garages, attics, basements, outside storage sheds, under porches and in neglected junk piles.
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Some Things To Know About Pest Control Issues

Posted on: 29 August 2018

If you have recently moved into a new home, then you want to know what the signs are of pests around your home or property. Once you see that you may have an issue, you can determine the potential cause of that issue and put an end to it. You can learn how to make your home uninhabitable to them or figure out a way to put a quick end to them.
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Three Ways To Avoid Bed Bugs

Posted on: 20 June 2018

The idea of sharing your bed with a blood-sucking parasite feasting on you while you sleep is a horrifying reality to more and more Americans. While there are many different species of bed bugs, the Cimex lectularius are the ones infesting homes across the United States. While strong chemicals, such as Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT), had practically eradicated bed bugs after World War 2, it is believed the ban of DDT in the Seventies, combined with people using less chemicals as well as increased immigration, is responsible for the bed bug upsurge the past few decades.
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