3 Signs Of A Bed Bug Infestation

Posted on: 10 March 2016

Bed bug infestations are notoriously difficult to identify because bed bugs normally remain in hiding throughout the day. However, there are a few ways to determine if you have bed bugs in your home even if you never see one of the insects. Here are three signs of bed bugs that every homeowner should be aware of. Blood, Fecal Stains, and Sheddings Bed bugs will often leave two clear indicators of their presence: blood stains, and fecal matter stains.
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How To Handle An Invasion Of Indian Meal Moths

Posted on: 9 March 2016

If you leave certain foods untouched in your pantry, you open yourself to an invasion of pale gray insects called Indian meal moths. They feed on dried fruit, nuts, pet food, rice, flour, and dried milk, and they damage food items by spinning webs, which trap food particles. Luckily, you don't need to use chemicals to get rid of them. Here are some tips to get rid of Indian meal moths.
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How To Know When You Have A Termite Problem

Posted on: 22 February 2016

Having any type of pest in your home can be a nuisance, but some pests do permanent damage to your home's structure, such as termites. These pesky insects can eat right through the wood in your home and require extensive repairs. Here are some common signs that you have a termite problem. Painted Wood is Cracked While it can take a while before you notice actual tunnels and severe damage of wood in your home, you might first notice changes in the paint.
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Have You Spotted The Signs Of Rodents In Your Home? The Steps To A Rodent-Free House

Posted on: 18 February 2016

If you have noticed the signs of rodents in your home, such as mouse droppings, chewed wood or wires, or the oily, dark rub marks of where their bodies have come into contact with the walls, you already have a problem. If you are actually seeing the pests during the day or evening, you have a serious infestation. Mice and rats can do physical damage to your home and belongings. They can also carry diseases, such as the hantavirus, that can spread to humans.
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