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Nothing is more difficult than getting rid of a tough pest infestation. In addition to giving you the creeps, those bugs might also terrify your wife and kids. However, you don't have to let bugs destroy your domestic happiness. By following a few instructions and working with a trained professional, you can take care of pests in a hurry. I want to walk you through the importance of proper pest control, which is one of the reasons I put up this site. Check out my articles to learn how to clean your house, adjust your landscaping, and prepare your place for pest control applications.

Latest Posts

Solving Your Ant Problem
15 September 2017

An ant infestation in your kitchen or multiple roo

The Pied Piper Of Rats: Ways To Call Rats To Their Deaths
14 August 2017

Rats are an enormous problem for older homes, rest

Detecting And Dealing With Bedbugs
1 August 2017

Bed bugs are a nuisance even if they do not pose a

3 Potential Issues With Handling Your Own Pest Control
17 July 2017

If you head to a local hardware or home improvemen

Keeping Mice Under Control
17 June 2017

Finding a mouse in your home is not very comfortin

How To Protect Your Vegetable Garden From Two Harmful Insects

Because you put a lot of time and effort into your vegetable garden, you don't want any insects or pests to destroy or harm it. There are many types of insects that can quickly destroy much of your vegetable garden as they feast on your plants. Here are two harmful garden insects and how to protect your garden from them. Fire Ants Fire ants in your garden can be hard to miss, especially when they build a large crumbly mound of earth around the entrance to their ground nest. Read More 

Winter Time Termite Control: Protect Your Home Before Spring And Summer Arrive

If you live in a part of the United States that experiences blizzards, snowstorms and intense wind conditions every winter, inspect your roof now to protect your home from termites in the spring and summer. Shingles can loosen up and blow off your home's foundation during seasonal storms. The wooden foundation beneath the roof's underlayment bogs down with water and rots, which places your home at risk for insect damage in the spring and summer seasons. Read More 

Reduce The Risk Of Termites By Pretreating Your New Home

If you are getting ready to build a new home, you will want to do everything in your power to ensure that your home stands for years to come. Unfortunately, this may not be the case if you have to deal with termites a few years after you complete your construction. The good news is, you do not have to wait until you have termites to treat them. The best time to treat your home is before and during construction. Read More