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Keeping the Pests Where They Belong Where do ants, cockroaches, and mice have in common? They are all pests that belong inside, but that love to venture inside your home. If you do see them inside, you need to take action fast — because this is not where they should be! Pests are not just a nuisance. They can spread disease, destroy your insulation and other building materials, and leave nasty smells behind. Every homeowner should know the basics about pest control. Yes, you can call in a professional as needed, but knowing the basics will still help you keep the pests outside where they belong. You can learn those basics right here on this blog.

Posted on: 26 May 2021
If you plan on hosting an outdoor event in the near future, you undoubtedly want the conditions as favorable as possible for those who will be attending. When having an event outdoors, there is always the possibility of insects being present. Mosquitoes are on

Posted on: 22 March 2021
Skunks may look cute if you see them on TV, but they are considerably less cute right after they spray something when they are living under your front porch. You are stuck with trying to get rid of that skunk smell, which can be difficult, and no matter what y

Posted on: 24 February 2021
According to a study, Americans spend over $5 billion annually to address termite damage. Most home insurance policies don't cover termite damage; therefore, it's essential to beware of the signs of termites in your home. Detecting the presence of termites ear

Posted on: 10 February 2021
No matter what the outside of your house is made of, the odds are that your house has a wooden skeleton. That wooden skeleton makes it vulnerable to things like termites. The termites can undermine the beams and load-bearing walls of your home, which can event