How Pests Affect Allergies and Asthma

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The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America has declared May to be Asthma and Allergy Awareness months. This push helps to inform people about the factors that affect asthma, the different types of allergies, and what the general public can do to take action. Pests in the home have a huge, negative effect on those… View Article

Common Pests Found in Kansas City

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Having pests invade your home can be an unfortunate and even disturbing experience, especially when you don’t know what those bugs are! For residents wondering about Kansas City pest control, there are a few strange, but common pests you can watch for in your yard or garden. Here are a few of those bugs, what… View Article

How to Check for Bed Bugs

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Bed bugs. Just the mention of these small, nasty pests can make your skin crawl and feel itchy. Bed bugs are an unfortunate pest that are attracted to the warmth a human body provides. Once they find a home, they start feeding a mating rapidly so that before you know it, you have a full… View Article

6 Common Spring Pests in Seattle

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Spring is here and with it comes a variety of bugs, some harmful, some beneficial. Pest control in Auburn and other areas can be useful for getting rid of some of the springtime nuisance bugs. Here are six common spring pests for you to watch for. Buffalo Treehoppers Buffalo treehoppers can be found throughout the United… View Article

When You’re Desperate to Repel Mosquitoes

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Mosquito infestations are no joke. Mosquitoes are more than just a nuisance. Their itchy bites can cause a spread of diseases like malaria, dengue, yellow fever, West Nile virus, and Zika virus. If you’ve been losing your battle against mosquitoes or just want to get ahead of the mosquito control season, here are a few… View Article

Pantry Storage Tips for a Safer, Healthier Kitchen

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Your pantry is one of the most important rooms in your home, or at least that’s what anyone who’s hungry will tell you. Because pantries hold food for your family, it is important that everything there be stored properly and safely to prevent food-borne illness, pests carrying diseases, and other problems. Here are a few… View Article

Preparing for Mosquito & Tick Season 2018: What, When, and Where Are the Risks

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For most people, summer is a time for relaxing, exploring, and taking on outdoor adventures. However, many of these people, if not properly protected, will come in contact with some dangerous diseases, just by doing the activities they love. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) warns Americans that arboviruses (viruses transmitted via mosquitoes, ticks, and… View Article

Common Spring Pests in Chicago

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Like many areas in the United States, Chicago has its fair share of pests. At various points in just the last decade or two, this midwest area has had to fight off infestations of Emerald Ash Borers, Asian Longhorned Beetles, and other harmful insects. Luckily, the presence of these tree feeding pests is declining. Typically… View Article

Halloween’s Creepy, But…

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Halloween is just around the corner (is this where we jump out and yell, “boo”?) and the signs of this spooky season are starting to appear everywhere. From images of ghosts, ghouls and goblins making appearances, to Jack-o’-Lanterns on doorsteps popping up on every porch. Halloween gives everyone the chance to costume up as their favorite characters,… View Article