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Common kitchen bugs and how to kill them

In the world of bugs, there are many considered to be common house bugs for homeowners; this is especially true for bugs in the kitchen that like to infiltrate the area in search of food…

Pest control Tips

There’s no getting past it; pests are a problem any time of the year, which is why it is necessary to have a home pest defense system in place. By staying one step ahead, you’ll…

Signs of Termites

An unaddressed termite problem could cause costly inconveniences for your household. Fortunately, once you know how to spot the tell-tale evidence of termites, it’s easier to act promptly and get help to deal with the…

Mice in house

Mice in the house are a common household problem. They can live for a year or more in the sheltered conditions of your home, and breed up to ten litters a year, each with five…

How to get rid of water bugs

Unlike “Oriental cockroach” water bugs, which may run and hide at the flick of a light switch, giant water bugs are not necessarily shy. If they feel threatened, they may bite humans, causing swelling and…

How to Get Rid of Fruit Flies

Flies are one of the most annoying flying insects on earth, and they come in all shapes and sizes. All flies feed on decaying organic matter and help to further along the natural process of…

Home remedies for roaches

In most cases, home remedies for roaches will only offer temporary relief from an infestation. The best plan of action is to speak with a pest control professional about eradicating the cockroaches and getting protection against future…

Do Dust Mites Bite?

If you have baggy, red eyes or cold symptoms all year long, keep in mind that those symptoms may have an expected source: dust mites. Although these tiny insects do not bite us, they view…

Deer tick vs. Wood tick

If you enjoy spending time outside, from gardening to camping, you could be at risk for encountering a tick. These pests are small and often hard to see. They can easily attach to your body…

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