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    How To Get Rid Of Rats Quickly

    Rats are never welcome inside the home. Not only are they unsightly, they also carry numerous diseases and can damage the building. They can chew through walls, insulation and even… read more →

    The Factors That Make Bed Bugs Exceptionally Unique Insect House Pests

    The common bed bug (Cimex lectularius) is one of the most frequently managed insect pest species within homes and buildings throughout the US, and many pest control professionals agree that… read more →

    How Do You Know When All The Mice Have Been Exterminated? First Rate Pest Control Solutions

    If you have mice in your home and you decided to go with a DIY approach to controlling them, you might be wondering how you can tell when you’ve exterminated… read more →

    Your Guide To Yellowjackets

    Yellowjackets are very common pests during the summer and fall in the US. They are stinging insects, similar to wasps and bees, with a black and yellow color pattern, and… read more →

    How Long Does A House Mouse Live?

    The lifespan of a house mouse depends on numerous factors, but given the right conditions, a mouse can live up to 12 months. If there is plenty of food, shelter… read more →

    What You Need To Know About Spiders

    Spiders are predatory insects that can spin silk. They form the largest portion of the Arachnid group, which they share with ticks and scorpions. Most spiders have the ability to… read more →

    Spider Sightings Increase in Fall Months

    Spiders aren’t a seasonal pest, but many homeowners tend to notice an increased presence in their homes in the early fall months as the arachnids become more obvious while they… read more →

    How Transplants Reverse Brain Aging In Mice

    Our brains start to slow down as we age. However, new testing performed on mice indicates that this process may be reversed, but you might not like how. As it… read more →

    Some Interesting Spider Facts

    Certain insect species have fascinated human beings since they first came into contact with us. You have ants, bees, butterflies and of course spiders. Spiders are some of the easiest… read more →

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