Preparing For A Pest Control Service Visit

Posted on: 20 November 2020

Whether you are dealing with a mouse, insect, or small animal problem inside of your home, you likely want to have pests removed as quickly and easily as possible. Pest control services provide professional assistance in the removal and prevention of future pest outbreaks. Here are steps to take to ensure a successful outcome. Provide The Service With Details When you call a pest control service to make an appointment, let them know as much as possible over the phone so they are aware of the extent of the problem.
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Mice In Your Crawl Space? What You Can Do

Posted on: 18 November 2020

Your crawl space may not be an area that you frequent too often, but if you have been inside and have seen signs of mice in your crawl space, you need to do what you can to get rid of them before they find their way to the rest of your home. Mice can easily get to the rest of your home from your crawl, as it's located directly beneath your house.
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Tips for Dealing With Jerusalem Crickets

Posted on: 11 November 2020

If you've never seen a Jerusalem cricket before, you might be shocked to see one crawling across your kitchen floor. These insects are large with a frightening appearance, so you have every reason to be alarmed. While you're more likely to encounter a Jerusalem cricket outside, they sometimes come indoors in search of shelter, food, and water. Here are some tips for dealing with Jerusalem crickets. Call a Pest Control Company to Identify the Insect
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2 Ways An Exterminator Can Help You

Posted on: 27 October 2020

Raccoons and opossums may have their place in the wild, but they certainly don't have their place in your house or yard. If you have noticed that you're starting to hear noises in your attic or crawl space, it could be that you have one of these critters taking up residence in your house. Signs that you have a raccoon or opossum in your house can include things like hearing scratching noises in the night, pets that seem to be fascinated by a certain spot in your wall or ceiling, or bits of trash or insulation around your house.
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