Keeping Pests Out Of Your New City Apartment: 10 Ways To Win The Battle Of The Bugs

Posted on: 14 April 2018
Moving into a new apartment can be a fun and exciting time, but it'll turn dreadful fairly quickly if cockroaches, ants and other pests run rampant. Since spotting them in the daytime can be challenging, you might inherit an existing problem and have to find a solution yourself. Don't pack up and leave, though, stand and fight, because you can win the battle against bugs. 1. Look For Avenues Of Entry And Seal Them
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Keep Mosquitoes Out Of Your Home With These 2 Simple Tips

Posted on: 29 March 2018
If mosquitoes take over your home every summer, check the inside of your house for standing water. Although mosquitoes rely on water and moist conditions to lay their eggs, the pests don't need large puddles or containers of standing water to do so. As long as there's a source of water nearby, mosquitoes can use it to their advantage. The two simple tips below can help you control the mosquitoes in your home this season.
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Tips To Help Prevent The Spread Of Bed Bugs

Posted on: 13 March 2018
Bed bugs are one of the most common pests in America, and part of the reason they are so prevalent is because of how easy it is to spread to an infestation. Treating bed bugs is only half of the battle; once you've had bed bugs, you want to do everything you can to make sure you don't ever have a bed bug problem again. Prevention is possible, and when more and more people are aware of how bed bugs can be prevented, instances of infestation will decrease.
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Got Bugs On Your Bedpost? Why They May Not Be Bed Bugs

Posted on: 22 February 2018
Bed bugs on bedposts sounds like some creepy horror flick, does it not? Some sort of sci-fi story about bloodsucking alien bugs hanging out over your head in your bed at night would be the plot. Yet, if you have some bugs you cannot identify on your bedposts, it may not actually be bed bugs. Before you reach for the phone to call bed bug control services, you should try to identify what it is that you do have.
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