Move In Or Move On?

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Do you love moving? Probably not. According to MovingLabor.com, peak moving months in the United States start on May 25th, and end on Sept. 6th. And while the peak months have passed, homes are still being bought and sold all throughout the year. In fact, moving companies, closing fees, and other subindustries in the moving… View Article

The Diseases Your Pests Carry

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No surprises here: pests can spread disease. On top of not paying rent, certain pests living around your home can pose a problem just by their presence, making them all the more unwelcome. So the question is: which of them actually cause health problems? We decided to put together a list of the 5 top… View Article

This Fall, They’re Coming…

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Crisp air, piles of leaves, and football season… Friends, the fall season is fast approaching. As the warm weather begins to run the end of its course, colder nights will eventually set in. Soon, we’ll start wanting to spend more time indoors where it’s warm. It only follows that pests, too, will want to stay warm… View Article

The Roommates You Didn’t Know About

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Let’s call it like it is: if you have a house, you probably have spiders.   They may be living in your basement, floorboards, attic, windowsills, or even inhabit your houseplants. But despite their reputation as outdoor pests that “randomly” appeared inside, most of your indoor spiders likely haven’t wandered into your home: Our houses are… View Article

Here’s How To Send Hungry Ants Packing

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  Let’s start this off with a bang: The National Pest Management Association conducted a survey asking pest management professionals what kinds of places they’re most often called to deal with and service ants. The results? Eighty percent responded: single-family homes. The kind of home you probably live in. Whether it’s the fire ant, the odorous… View Article

Spring Might Stink… Here’s Why

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Spring is springing up everywhere. Little dirt piles are appearing along sidewalks as ants wake up and start making new tunnels. Tiny spiders are floating around, having the ride of their newborn lives (a process called ‘ballooning’, if you were wondering). And of course, small stinkbugs are starting to walk through the freshly green grass, looking… View Article

Ants Are Literally Taking Over The Planet

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One mega-colony of ants inhabits most of the world, scientists have discovered. They’re an invasive species called Argentine ants (or Linepithema humile, if you’re a bug nerd like us), and while they originated in South America, they’ve spread globally to become the ants you’ve seen in your kitchen. This spreading of the species has resulted in billions upon billions… View Article