Hear A Strange Clicking Noise? You May Have Psocids!

Posted on: 28 July 2017
If you are having a difficult time falling asleep at night because you hear a ticking noise, you may have a problem with wingless psocids in your home. These are tiny insects that measure less than 3/16 inches long and can, indeed, produce a sound that is loud enough to be audible. They are more commonly called booklice because they like to feed off of paper and the glue in book bindings, but they also eat mold, decaying plants, insect fragments, and grains.
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2 Ways To Deal With Mosquitoes

Posted on: 14 July 2017
Enjoying your back yard in the summer is always nice. What isn't nice are the evil little mosquitoes that buzz all around your ears, just trying to find some bare skin to nibble on. You can use insect repellant, citronella candles, torches, and a whole lot of other things, but it seems like there is always that one mosquito that just won't be deterred. That can really ruin your day. There are things that you can do that will help to prevent mosquitoes from breeding and filling your back yard:
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Flies Taking Over? Grab The Wheel And Send Them Soaring

Posted on: 15 June 2017
I like flies said no one ever, so if you're frustrated with flies that seem to be taking over your home – you're in good company. While you can't completely eradicate them, there are things you can do to minimize their presence and make your time in and outside your home more enjoyable. Where Are They Coming From? Flies are everywhere, but some homes have more than others. Typically, this is the result of fly-attracting practices, such as keeping the lid off your waste can.
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Struggling With Spiders? What Are Your Best Pest Control Options?

Posted on: 5 June 2017
Although spiders can serve a noble purpose -- ridding your home and lawn of pesky insects like mosquitoes, ants, and beetles -- they can also be a nuisance in and of themselves, especially when they leave thickly-spun webs behind. If you'd like to reduce your home's spider population without using heavy-duty pesticides and poisons, prevention is often the name of the game. There are also some less-toxic ways to kill any spiders that may be left behind after you've put these prevention methods in place.
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