Those Pesky Ants
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Those Pesky Ants

Growing up, I lived in a sprawling farmhouse in the country. This beautiful home was constantly filled with the sounds of laughter and the smells of delectable food being prepared in the kitchen. Unfortunately, our home was often invaded by some unwanted guests, ants. Pesky ants would welcome themselves into our living room, kitchen, dining room, bedrooms, and bathrooms. One night, I crawled into my bed only to discover I wasn’t alone. Ants had somehow climbed onto my bed! These destructive ants even ate holes in some of the clothing hanging in my closet. Is your home filled with unwanted, biting ants? On this blog, you will discover the latest methods pest control specialists use to rid homes of pesky ants.

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  • Fleas: Myths And Misconceptions

    28 December 2016

    According toRevival Animal Health, Americans spend a whopping $9 million dollars every year trying to get rid of fleas, from both their pets and their home. If you've ever been the victim of a flea infestation, you know how irritating and difficult it will be to eliminate these unruly pests. There is a lot of information floating around about fleas and unfortunately, some of it simply isn't accurate. Here are a few common myths and misconceptions about fleas:

  • 3 Burning Facts About Fire Ants: Understanding, Preventing, And Exterminating These Problematic Insects

    9 August 2016

    Maintaining the look and value of your home is challenging due to the different tasks that are necessary. While you most likely already understand that mowing the lawn and fixing broken faucets are essential tasks, reducing your home's risk of a pest infestation is also important. Ants are common insects that most homeowners have come across in their home. However, some species are ants are more problematic and dangerous than others.

  • What Everyone With Asthma Or Cystic Fibrosis Needs To Know About Termites & Mold

    31 March 2016

    When people think about a termite infestation, they think about the damage that termites can do to their homes, because termites eat wood. But termites can also cause health problems, particularly to the lungs. Termites, through their habits, can spread mold throughout your home, which can easily get into your lungs. If you (or a family member) have a chronic lung condition, it is very important that you know the dangers of termites and the mold they can spread, and what to do if someone gets ill.