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The Office Pest

Just about any type of pest can fly, crawl, or hitchhike into your office building.  Sanitation and exclusion play a big role in controlling pest activity in an office environment or commercial property. Ants During the summer and fall, when they find it difficult to...

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How do you know if you have a Cockroach Problem?

How do you know if you have a Cockroach Problem? Early detection is the key to winning the war against cockroaches.  The sooner you find them, the sooner you can call a pest control professional to get rid of them, and the easier it will be for the exterminator to...

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Western Yellow Jackets

In the fall when at its peak, a western yellow jacket colony can contain thousands of insects.  In the winter worker yellow jackets die while queens hibernate.  Queens lay eggs and establish new colonies in the spring. The first generation to mature are the new...

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Bed Bug Basics

Bed bugs are small insects.  Adult bed bugs are about the size of an apple seed and are flat with a red-brown color. Before they are full grown they can be hard to see as they are as small, about the size of a sesame seed. The bed bugs food source is human blood and...

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The unhealthy surprise bed bugs leave behind

Bedbugs are notoriously resistant to pesticides, but exterminators can eradicate the little buggers with heat treatment.  Unfortunately, even after the infestation has ended, the bed bugs leave something nasty behind, high levels of histamines. To those of us with...

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Fun Facts About Rats

  Rat (Rattus genus) is a mammal who has 25cm long body with 20cm tail.  They can live up to 3 years long, they’re extremely adaptable and can thrive in most habitats providing there is adequate food and water supply. Facts about rats…  Rats are brainy. They...

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