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Did you know that camel crickets just when scared? Also, centipedes carry venom that is generally harmless to humans, but can kill prey like cockroaches and moths. These are just a few of the many interesting facts to know about common household pests. As annoying as these insects might be, you have to admit they are also intriguing. If you would like to learn more about common household pests, and also about the people who work to eliminate them, then welcome to this website about pest control. The more you know about the enemy, the better you'll be able to fight them.

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How You Can Detect A Cockroach Infestation In Your Home
9 May 2022

Cockroaches thrive in dark and damp areas. These p

Termite Control Strategies For Your Residential Property
28 March 2022

Termite control is best accomplished by conducting

Discover 3 Effective Ways To Keep Pigeons Off Your Rooftop
14 February 2022

Pigeons roosting or nesting on the roof of your ho

Why Aren'T Snap Traps Enough For Your Mouse Problem?
4 January 2022

Snap traps are an effective method of pest control

Bed Bugs 101: What Your Pest Control Contractor Wants You To Know
18 November 2021

Most everyone knows what bed bugs are, but many pe

How You Can Detect A Cockroach Infestation In Your Home

Cockroaches thrive in dark and damp areas. These pests can move in large numbers and usually come out to feed at night. If they infest your home, they tend to live in crevices and cracks to avoid getting seen. Unfortunately, they also reproduce quickly and can be found on clothing, food, and paper. Fortunately, you can rely on professional pest control services to help eliminate cockroaches. Here are four ways to detect a cockroach infestation: Read More 

Termite Control Strategies For Your Residential Property

Termite control is best accomplished by conducting routine inspections and providing a protective barrier around your property. Additionally, outdoor wood sources should be kept to a minimum and any wooden structures that you decide to keep should remain far away from your home's exterior. A Swarm And Other Signs Of Termites You may notice a swarm of winged termites during the spring. Winged insects will have tan bodies. The termites will forage for food and will be in search of moist wood, cardboard, or another cellulose-rich material that they can harbor in. Read More 

Discover 3 Effective Ways To Keep Pigeons Off Your Rooftop

Pigeons roosting or nesting on the roof of your home or business can result in several different problems. Not only can the large flocks of these wild birds be unsightly, the waste that they produce can also damage the exterior of your building as well as the paint on any vehicles parked in the line of fire. Feral pigeons can also be host to many different diseases. When considering all of these factors, it becomes quite easy to see why pigeon control is such an important part of any pest control plan. Read More 

Why Aren’T Snap Traps Enough For Your Mouse Problem?

Snap traps are an effective method of pest control that almost no one enjoys using. Many people view these traps as a brute force option, although they can be relatively quick and humane compared to many other trap varieties. Unfortunately, while snap traps may be effective at stopping individual mice, they aren't necessarily as effective at dealing with an infestation. As with most pest problems, you can't solve a rodent infestation by only dealing with the mice you can see. Read More 

Bed Bugs 101: What Your Pest Control Contractor Wants You To Know

Most everyone knows what bed bugs are, but many people have no idea how to recognize them, or what to do if they have them. Unfortunately, misinformation is rampant when it comes to bed bugs, which contributes to this problem. Your local pest control contractor wants you to understand the truth about these pests. Here's a look at some of the things that you need to understand about bed bugs before you call a local pest control contractor. Read More