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When I moved into my current home, I almost immediately noticed the roaches. While the place wasn’t overrun with them, I saw them far too often. For a few years, my husband and I tried almost every anti-roach product available on the market. We would enjoy success for a short duration. However, the roaches always came back. Then, a wonderful thing happened. We hired a pest control company to spray our home for termites. As a bonus, the chemicals used to prevent termites got rid of our roach issue. If you want to protect your family from harmful roaches, contact a local pest control entity today. On this blog, you will learn how to rid your home of roaches for good with the help of a pest control specialist.

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  • Protecting Your Property Through Vigilance And Preemption - Warning Signs Of A Bed Bug Infestation

    17 May 2017

    A good night's sleep is an absolutely essential part of getting through the day, and if you're dealing with a bed bug infestation, that can be almost impossible. It's important that you take steps to address an infestation as quickly as you can, and doing that requires vigilance for the subtle signs that the bugs are moving in. Below, you'll find a guide to some of those signs and some things you need to look out for at the onset of a bed bug infestation.

  • 3-Step Guide To Naturally Keeping Raccoons Away From Your Trash Cans

    10 May 2017

    If raccoons keep invading your trash cans every night, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to deter them without hurting them. If so, use the following three-step guide to naturally keep the little night-time thieves away from your garbage. Step 1:  Secure The Lid The first step involves securing the lid so they cannot open up the trash can. Because raccoons are adept at breaking into things, you should use a double security system using bungee cords and a large rock.

  • 3 Important Steps To Eliminate Bed Bugs From Your Home

    27 April 2017

    Have you been unfortunate enough to pick up an infestation of bed bugs? Are you at your wit's end trying to get rid of your six-legged invaders? Contrary to popular belief, having bed bugs does not automatically mean that you have a dirty home. Bed bugs can hitchhike in used furniture, already be hiding in an apartment when you move in, or get into your home in any number of other ways.

  • How To Succeed In Killing Indoor Pests With Pesticides

    28 March 2016

    One of the first places you might look when you notice a pest problem is a can of insecticide from a nearby store. While these cans might kill the pests, it will usually not be enough to end a serious infestation. You will need to have a better strategy for effectively using stronger pesticides designed to specifically target the types of pests that have infested your home.  Understand The Pests Infesting Your Home

  • Going On A Trip? Tips To Help You Avoid Bringing Home Bed Bugs

    12 August 2015

    When you and your family return home from your vacation, souvenirs might not be the only thing you bring back. Bed bugs loading up in your luggage is a possibility. To avoid a war to get rid of them back home, it is important that you take precautions before, during, and after your trip.  Before the Trip It might sound strange, but your trip preparation should start with wrapping your bags with plastic wrap.