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Spiders – Pest Control

spiders pest control

Encounters between people and spiders are usually accidental and bites are a response by the spider when its web or nest (or the spider itself) is disturbed. Most produce venom therefore, they could be considered “poisonous.” The venom is stored in glands that empty into the spider’s fangs or chelicerae. For the most part, spider bites are insignificant. Read More

Houseflies – Pest Control

houseflies pest control

Houseflies, to say the least, are not the neatest of insects. They visit such places as dumps, sewers, and garbage heaps. They feed on fecal matter, discharges from wounds and sores, sputum, and all sorts of moist decaying matter such as spoiled fish, eggs and meat. Nasty. They are a pest-control challenge.
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Ticks Transmit Harmful Diseases

ticks pest control

When ticks feed, they take up whole blood, extract the water (about 70–75% volume) and inject the water back into the host. For this reason, they are efficient vectors of a variety of disease-causing organisms such as bacteria, spirochetes, rickettsia, protozoa, viruses, nematodes, and toxins. Read More

Springtime Allergy Symptoms – Pests

springtime allergy symptoms pest control

As the warm weather rolls in, many homeowners will find themselves dealing with unpleasant springtime allergy symptoms such as runny noses and itchy eyes. What remains a little known fact is that pests like cockroaches, dust mites and rodents can be behind those springtime allergy symptoms. The tips listed below can help you and your family to keep from sneezing your way through spring.
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Mosquito Borne Diseases

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Many people may connect the mosquito season to the irksomely itchy welts that accompany mosquito bites. But, there are far worse associations to make with these blood-sucking pests, such as the health threats they pose to you and your family.
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Cockroaches Trigger Allergies

cockroaches pest control

It’s natural in the springtime to have concerns about pests that can impact health, from mosquitoes that can carry Zika virus and West Nile virus, to ticks that can transmit Lyme disease, and more. But what about pests that trigger allergy and asthma symptoms that commonly arise this time of year? Many are surprised to learn that cockroaches could be to blame for sneezing, itchy eyes and runny noses.
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Pantry Pests In Your Pantry

pantry pests pest control

As you dig through your pantry in search of ingredients to bake pumpkin pie, cookies and other goodies for the holidays, you should keep your eyes peeled for pests that could be hiding in the bag of flour, chocolate or spices. These pantry pests gather around food products stored in pantries and cabinets. Be wary: They can take over your pantry!
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