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July 2020: It’s BBQ weather – unfortunately that means it is also wasp and hornet weather
July 2020: It’s BBQ weather – unfortunately that means it is also wasp and hornet weather
Summer weather means more time outside enjoying yards, porches, and gathering in spaces that may have been neglected over the cooler/wetter months. It is all fun and games until the wasps & hornets arrive bringing with them anxiety (especially for those with allergies). Before you let your children play in the yard this Summer we recommend that you check play equipment like swing sets and treehouses;...
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Don’t bring home unwanted guests this holiday!
Don’t bring home unwanted guests this holiday!
We aren't talking about unwanted human guests, we are referring to those annoying little biters that hideout in your clothing and suitcases - bed bugs!
Because bed bugs directly seek out and attack humans, and they can harbor in the tiniest of cracks and crevices, thoroughness in treatment is absolutely critical. Heat is the bed bug’s Achilles’ heel: Just five minutes at 122° F will kill...
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Tips & Tricks: Cockroaches
Tips & Tricks: Cockroaches
We came across this helpful article on myPMP(professional pest management).net. You can see an excerpt below or check out their website for the full article!

Cockroaches are one of the most common insect pests. In addition to transmitting bacteria throughout the building and triggering allergies in humans, they’ve been linked to asthma development in children. Tips to share with customers that can help...

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Myths about Rodents
Myths about Rodents
We came across this helpful article on myPMP(professional pest management).net. You can see an excerpt below or check out their website for the full article! Few pests generate as many persistent myths as do pest rodents and their management. Who hasn’t heard stories about “rats as big as cats,” and how some rodenticides supposedly make rodents go outside to drink, or perhaps allegedly mummify them? Here are...
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