Treating For Rodents In Your Storage Unit

Posted on: 4 June 2020

Climate controlled storage is a must if you have sensitive, fragile, or valuable items to store. But just like your storage areas at home, the storage unit you choose can be susceptible to depredations by mice and rats in some scenarios. And while many facilities do have pest prevention protocols, they're typically not legally required to protect against pests in your unit. If you've seen signs of these pests in your unit, you may be wondering what steps to take next.
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3 Common Harborage Points To Eliminate As A Part Of Your Pest Control Endeavors

Posted on: 21 May 2020

Pest control experts sometimes speak about harborage points, which are places in or around a structure where pests could easily hide out, build nests, and reproduce. If you are focusing on getting rid of pests or just preventing pests from invading your home in the first place, then it is important to identify and get rid of these harborage points. Every home is different, but here are three common harborage points to be on the lookout for.
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A Guide To Yellowjacket Removal

Posted on: 19 May 2020

When you are trying to stay safe and sound in your backyard this summer, it's important that you do everything you can to eradicate the serious pests. Nothing messes up a summer barbecue like getting attacked by a yellowjacket nest. You may also run the risk of running over the nest with a lawnmower and getting badly stung and attacked.  It's important that you look into the help that you need so that you can get rid of these nests and avoid attacks.
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3 Tips To Get Rid Of Carpenter Ants

Posted on: 18 May 2020

Carpenter ants are larger ants in the ant family. You may see them more often on trees, although they will infest a house as well. Carpenter ants, as their name suggests, like wood. They don't eat the wood, however; they use the wood for their nests. Carpenter ants will chew through wet, rotting wood to create nests for their colony and can cause damage to this wood, whether it's from a tree, a woodpile, or even your house.
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