Tag: pest

How To Get Rid Of A Squirrel In Your Roof

Your first indication that you have an animal living in your roof may be the noise it makes when it moves in the rafters. If it has been there for a while, you may get a smell of urine and feces, especially in hot weather. There is no question that you need to have it removed from your house. The... more
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How To Get Rid Of The Eastern Gray Squirrel In Your Walls | Bug Tip Tuesday

If you hear squirrels in your walls, this is particularly annoying and also quite disconcerting. You may always wonder when the squirrels are going to try to gnaw their way into your bedroom or the extent of the damage they may be doing. They need to be removed from your walls, pronto! This... more
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Any Home can Have Pests

Insects like termites, ants, bedbugs, hornets, and fleas; and rodents like mice and rats; as well as other pests can be a problem even in the finest of homes, NO matter how clean or new your home is. Uninvited pests are always ready to move in and become a major problem if not controlled. Contact... more
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Ticks Found To Carry Virus Worse Than Lyme Disease

See the latest reports on Ticks that are found to carry a virus worse than Lyme Disease. Find out more about Ticks on our website at... more
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Bed Bug History and Basics

Bed bugs have been a household pest issue for more than 3,300 years, dating back to ancient Egypt. It is believed that they were first brought to the United States by early colonists. However, by the 1950's, bed bugs had been wiped off the radar, thanks to new pest control products which help to... more
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You Will Be Surprised What Termites Can Do

The sun is finally out and you want to get outside every minute you can.  While you're trying to get outside, Termites are trying to do everything they can to get into your house.  Termites want sneak their way into your home to get to the walls and floors. Termites have a big appetite for... more
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Money Saving Tips for Winterizing Your Home

In many parts of the country, especially New England, this is the time of the year to start winterizing. Cooling temperatures signal the time to put away the garden hoses, retire the lawnmower, test the snow blower and fill up the bird feeders. Here are a few tips to help you winterize your home... more
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Valentine’s Day Flowers Frisked for Bugs

Sending flowers on Valentine’s Day is a very romantic gesture.  However, what would you do if you received flowers with some extra pests on them? Thanks to the Customs and Border Patrol, this doesn't happen. The most imported flowers for Valentine’s Day are roses, daffodils, orchids, tulips... more
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Summer Vacations, Beaches, Sleeping In And Bed Bugs?

Bed Bugs: the summer vacation souvenir no one wants Posted by Rona Fischman  June 14, 2012 02:06 PM Two weeks ago, I mentioned the opportunity to learn about bed bugs at a local conference. On June 15, you have the opportunity to learn all you need to know about bedbugs, and more. The event is... more
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Rats: Sewer Rat Prevention Tips

Rats: Sewer Rats, Norway Rats, and Brown Rats are all the same Rat! There are the instances that sewer rats may have already gotten into your house; if that’s the case there are some things you can do to get rid of the problem. One of the best methods to get rid of sewer rats is to contact your... more
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