Living Is The Beez Neez: Three Safe And Natural Ways To Repel Bees Without Killing Them

Posted on: 4 February 2016

It's no secret that bees are essential to our ecosystem. They play a vital role in ensuring our plants, gardens and crops thrive. If they were not around to pollinate these things, many of them would cease to exist. Sadly, bees are dropping significantly in numbers. For this reason, it is crucial that they be protected whenever possible. So, what are you to do this spring season when the winged critters are buzzing around your door?
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Keep Squirrels Away From Your Windows & Out Of Your House

Posted on: 3 February 2016

Squirrels can be very persistent and aggressive once they decide that your house is somewhere they want to hang out. If you have squirrels hanging out by your windows and breaking through your window screens to get into your house, you need to take some preventive actions to scare the squirrels away and convince them that your house is not where they should be hanging out.  The Reasons Your Home Is Appealing
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What You Can Do To Get Rid Of Bed Bugs

Posted on: 1 February 2016

Bed bugs are nuisance bugs that can invade your bed, carpeting, furniture and other belongings around your home. These bugs are very tiny in size, only about the size of an apple seed. They have flat, oval shaped bodies, no wings and are a brownish red color. These bugs can be a little difficult to get rid of once they have invaded your home, but you can do a few things to help get rid of them.
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Rat Infestation

Posted on: 29 January 2016

Of all the pest infestations you can suffer, none is more upsetting than having rats take up residence in your home. Not only are they large, destructive, and disease-carriers, they can physically attack you and your family. You need to recognize the signs of rat infestation and know what steps to take to combat it. Infestation Signs Rats are not subtle creatures. If you have them, you will notice their excrement, which is significantly larger than mouse droppings.
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