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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3 Tips For Getting Rid Of Bed Bugs

Posted on: 27 January 2016

Finding out that you have bed bugs in your bed is probably one of the worst things that you can think of. This is a place where you are supposed to feel comfortable and relaxed, and bed bugs can make you feel like your bed is disgusting and unsafe. Also because bed bugs feed on human blood, you know that there is a good possibly that they are going to get on you when you are in your bed.
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Three Signs An Eco-Friendly Termite Heat Treatment Is For You

Posted on: 26 January 2016

If you have a termite infestation in your home or business and aren't comfortable with opting for the less effective spot treatments, you may feel like fumigation is your only option. However, some pest control companies also offer whole-house heat treatments that can efficiently destroy all termites within the structure much faster than fumigation and without leaving chemical residue. Both fumigation and whole-house heat treatment have their pros and cons, but here are three signs that a heat treatment may be the best decision for you.
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Three Steps To Ridding Your Carpet Of Fleas

Posted on: 26 January 2016

Dogs and cats make lovely pets, but when they bring in fleas, things can get frustrating! Often, those fleas don't just stay on your pet -- they make their way into your carpet, jumping up and biting you if you walk across it. The first step to ridding your carpet for fleas is to treat your pet for fleas (Spot-on treatments and flea shampoos work well. Talk to your vet to learn more.
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