Hacks to Keep Bugs Away for Memorial Day and July 4th Cookouts

Hacks to Keep Bugs Away for Memorial Day and July 4th Cookouts

You're busy making preparations but you might have forgotten about the bugs! A common activity is the cookout. Unfortunately, most find on the day when they fire up their grills and start heating things up that many uninvited guests make their appearance known – bugs,...

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Mosquitoes In Indiana – Health Risks you Should Know

Mosquitoes In Indiana – Health Risks you Should Know

Mosquitoes are among the most annoying of all biting pests. According to research, they are also considered to be one of the most devastating of carriers when it comes to illnesses and diseases to humans, pets, and other types of animals. While a multitude of...

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The Most Invasive Insects in Indiana

The Most Invasive Insects in Indiana

Indiana Department of Natural Resources Outlines the Top 7 Most Invasive Pest Species Throughout the State. These invasive insects don't invade your home, they can be found outdoors in gardens and trees. However, they can still be damaging and costly. The Indiana...

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Common Backyard Bugs that Merit a Call to an Exterminator

Common Backyard Bugs that Merit a Call to an Exterminator

Now that we’re into the warmer months with summer quickly approaching, there’s a good chance that you’ll be spending more time outside in the backyard, in the garden, or entertaining guests. If you want to have the most comfortable home, both inside and out, then...

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Myths of Pest Control: Is Pest Control Safe for Pets?

Myths of Pest Control: Is Pest Control Safe for Pets?

Your furry friend is probably more like a part of your family than a pet. Just as with any of your family members, you want to make sure your pet is safe. There’s long been a myth that pest control isn’t safe for pets, but it’s possible to successfully deal with pests...

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Spring Pest Control. The Best Time of Year to Prevent Pests.

Spring Pest Control. The Best Time of Year to Prevent Pests.

The Importance of Pest Prevention in the Spring Spring is one of the most efficient times of year to handle pest control around your home. This is one of the few times of year when household pests are at their weakest. So, it makes sense that spring pest control would...

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Spring Cleaning… For Bugs. What You Can Do To Keep Bugs Away.

Spring Cleaning… For Bugs. What You Can Do To Keep Bugs Away.

Taking basic measures can keep bugs away from your home. As we start thawing out from the cold of winter, you might have the urge to start packing away all of those heavy coats and sweaters, and giving your home a good spring cleaning.  You're not the only one gearing...

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Pesky Spring Pests – Part 2

Pesky Spring Pests – Part 2

Thank you for rejoining us as we continue our series on pesky spring pests. In our first installment, we covered fleas, ticks, bees, yellow jackets, and wasps. Now, we will continue our series by expounding on spiders, carpenter ants, and rodents. Regardless of the...

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Pesky Spring Pests – Part 1

Pesky Spring Pests – Part 1

Spring months are the prime time for pesky pests to start turning up around the home. In the earliest weeks of the season, many spring pests are breeding and others are transitioning from their winter homes to more open spaces. As the snow starts to melt away and the...

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Silverfish Infestations Common During Winter

Silverfish Infestations Common During Winter

During the winter months, it is not unusual for silverfish to find their way into structures through rotted holes, cracks that have developed, frames that have broken, and other gaps. In recent years, the infestations of silverfish have become increasingly common...

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Chemical Pneumonia from Pesticides

Chemical Pneumonia from Pesticides

Improper Use of Over-The-Counter Pesticides Could Result in the Development of Chemical Pneumonia According to numerous studies, if over-the-counter pesticides are used improperly, the individual utilizing those substances could develop chemical pneumonia. While...

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