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Keeping My House Cleaner

After experiencing a wretched spider infestation, my pest control professional told me something that I would never forget. In the nicest possible way, she told me that my house was too messy to keep bugs out in the first place. She explained that when people leave food around, it attracts small pests like ants and cockroaches, which then attract larger predators like spiders and mice. I decided to clean up my place so that I wouldn't have to worry about creepy crawlies calling my place home. On my blog, you will learn more about pest control and the importance of house cleaning, so that you don't make the same mistake I did.


Bee Nice: How To Keep Honeybees And Your Family Equally Safe During An Infestation

20 April 2016
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Depending on what you have in your yard, such as pretty flowers or a vegetable garden, you may notice that you attract more bees than your neighbors. Some areas also have higher rates of honeybees swarming at different times, depending on the season and weather. If you have a full-blown infestation in your yard, it is imperative to act quickly to ensure the safety of your family and of the bees. Honeybees are important to the ecosystem, especially for food. Read More …

3 Things You Can Do To Ensure That Your House Is Free Of Pests

15 March 2016
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As spring approaches, many people find that they have a hard time with bugs and pests. This is normal; as the weather warms up, the nests start to hatch and something that you thought was under control is now a major problem. Luckily, there are some things that you can do to ensure that your house is free of pests. Here is what you need to know. 1. Spray Year-Round Read More …

Hear Scratching Noises In Your Walls? You May Hive A Mouse In Your House

11 January 2016
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If you hear scratching noises in your walls, you could have a mouse. You may see the mouse from time to time scurry across the floor, or you may notice some of your things are being chewed on. There could be more than one mouse. If so, a male and female mouse may have up to 40 babies in one year. These babies will then grow to make more babies. As you can see, your home will become infested quickly if you do not eradicate this problem. Read More …