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  • Aug 6, 2019

Carpenter ants identification is easy — in addition to seeing the swarmers and the workers, you might see sawdust that looks more like wood shavings near their tunnels. The tunnels are called gallery walls, and they are smooth tunnels in the wood that look like they were sandpapered. You may also see ant body parts and pieces of insulation in the sawdust.

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  • Jul 23, 2019

Termite Control Methods: Residential vs. Professional

With the current known species of termites around the world at the 3,000 mark, and rising each year, your home may be a potential food source for these hungry pests. Once termites infest a home, the damage can range from the foundation and floors to the ceiling and roof tiles, and any wood structure in-between. 

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Fire Ant Bites How to Treat Bites and Get Rid of Red Ants
  • Jul 10, 2019

In most cases, you won’t need medical treatment for fire ant bites, though some people could go into anaphylactic shock if they have severe allergies. If you are not allergic to fire ants, you could use home remedies for fire ant bites treatment, including applying cold compresses, using hydrocortisone cream, taking an antihistamine, using a triple antibiotic or even taking an oatmeal bath to reduce itching.

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  • Jun 28, 2019

Termites feed mostly on wood, but will also feed on insulation, pool liners, books, paper and filtration systems. Every year in the U.S., these pests cause billions of dollars in termite damage. They’ll also go after living plants, but prefer woody plants that are not healthy.

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How Destructive Are Termites
  • Jun 18, 2019

The termites are coming! That isn't something any home or business owner wants to hear, but the reality is, termites are part of the insect world and have been for a long time. Each year, termite damage runs into the billions of dollars and much of that is not covered by insurance. 

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  • Jun 14, 2019

Termites are a pest you don't want to ignore as the tiny winged pests are responsible for damage to property in the billions of dollars. Each year as termites begin to swarm, it's a visual sign the insects are gearing up for another year of mating, building residences, selecting a termite queen, and creating more colonies for the future. Although you may see a few signs, the extent of the infestation and the length of time it has been a source for termites may be longer than you realize. Whether you're a homeowner, property manager, or own a commercial business, when termite season comes around, you need to check your property for an infestation and take the necessary steps to eliminate the problem with a free inspection

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How to Get Rid of Termites in Your Home
  • Jun 4, 2019

Once termites invade your home, whether above ground or subterranean, pest control services are necessary. First, a technician will do an inspection followed by a plan of action using an applicable treatment to eliminate the intruding insects. What kills termites include options such as bait stations and liquid treatments specifically formulated to eliminate termites. 

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When do Termites Become a Problem
  • May 21, 2019

Termites become a problem whenever they infest your home and no measures are taken to remove and eliminate the colony or colonies. This becomes a problem because flying termites and subterranean termites have a voracious appetite that keeps the feeding cycle going around the clock. That means every hour could mean more damage to your property. To keep the termite colonies active, during the swarming season, which usually takes place during the spring, male and female termites are tasked with developing new colonies where soldier and worker termites keep the colony protected, intact and thriving.

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Termite Tube Signs of Termite Infestation
  • May 7, 2019

Termites in house structures can lead to extensive damage, which is something to be avoided. Termite signs will help you determine if your home is being attacked. Checking for signs of termites is a good start to determining a plan of action.

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Clint Miller Exterminating Bed Bugs
  • Apr 24, 2019

Bed bugs; you can't live with them and you want to do everything possible to ensure you live without them. The elusive and tiny blood-sucking bug is a menace across the globe. They love to travel from place to place and set up residence wherever a free buffet is being served, which means you, your family, and your friends. Bed bugs invade the rich and famous, five-star hotels, and luxury cruise ships the same as they do homes, condos, and apartments. When bed bugs are present, you need a plan of action. 

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