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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: 2 November 2020
Raccoons in the attic can be a major issue. They are drawn there for shelter, but they will quickly make it their permanent home if you don't remove them promptly. 1. Locate All Possible Entrances Raccoons seldom depend on only one entrance to access an attic

Posted on: 22 October 2020
Raccoons may be cute with their masked faces and tiny hands, but they are also quite a nuisance when they decide to move onto your land full-time. They carry rabies, can get aggressive with dogs and cats, and have been known to pry trash cans open, creating bi

Posted on: 15 October 2020
Most people enjoy being able to look out their windows and see some wildlife from time to time. You may enjoy watching the birds flit about or watch the squirrels stash nuts for the winter. But some wildlife can be more destructive than adorable. If you have a

Posted on: 29 September 2020
Termites can damage your home beyond repair. If you have a termite problem, you may not notice until it's a major issue with your home.  If you aren't sure what termites are, or what you can do about them, read on for helpful information to use as a guide

Posted on: 21 September 2020
One pest that your home is very susceptible to is bed bugs since they can easily get into your home by traveling on clothing. Once inside, they can reproduce quickly and infest your home with ease. Here are some tips for dealing with bed bugs. Detecting Bed Bu