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Everything You Need to Know About Wolf Spiders

Wolf spiders are intimidating creatures, but they aren’t as bad as they may seem. Wolf spiders are a natural defense when it comes to other pests that may invade your home, and they are also…

House Spiders

Though spiders rarely bite unless provoked, you may accidentally confront one of these eight-legged invaders if it’s hiding in blankets or clothing. Some house spiders are venomous, with potentially fatal bites. Here are some common…

Bees that live in the ground

When you think of bees, you probably envision hives dangling from trees, but bees that live in the ground are more common. If you notice barren spots on your lawn and see bees hovering close…

Ants in the bathroom

Ants. They’re tiny, they’re fast, and they can infiltrate your home anywhere and anytime. One of their favorite places to reside is in the bathroom, which provides an ideal environment for creating a nest. We…

How to Keep Spiders Out of Your Garage

Spiders have earned a bad reputation because they are inherently creepy. With eight legs, multiple eyes, and the ability to spin a silken web from their abdomen, spiders are quite amazing and terrifying at the…

How to Keep Scorpions Out of Your Yard

Scorpions strike fear into the hearts of many people around the world. These creatures are deadly hunters with a ferocious attitude and the muscle to back it up. Scorpions, like many other creatures, benefit the environment…

How to Keep Roaches Out of Drains

Roaches are one of the most unwelcome insects to find in your house. Most people cringe in disgust when they see a roach. Roaches elicit this reaction from their association with unsanitary conditions and the ability…

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