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Pest Control Tip: Don’t Trash Your Grass Clippings

October 13, 2012

Lawn clippings aren’t exactly considered valuable to a lawn or landscape, but the reality of the matter is that they can be extremely helpful in the growing process of your turf – and a healthy turf means its more able to fight off pests! Many people bag or rake lawn clippings instead of leaving them [...]

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Rodent-Proof Your Home Before It’s Too Late!

September 30, 2012

Rodents are some of the most destructive and bacteria-infested creatures that can get into our homes. Not only do they spread disease by simply trotting along inside our homes or attics, but they often leave behind material that could be fatal to many of us. Rodent droppings present the threat of e-coli and as it [...]

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Prevention and Elimination of Slugs and Snails

September 17, 2012

Anyone who has ever had a garden probably knows that seeing a slug or snail is cause for much more worry than just the general icky-ness they present. These slimy insects can wreak havoc on a garden, especially those gardens that include fruit plants or trees, which slugs and snails seem to prefer. Since slugs [...]

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Pest Control: All you ever wanted to know about slugs and snails

September 4, 2012

Although snails and slugs look harmless enough (just kind of gross and slimy, maybe), they are actually quite destructive to domestic and commercial gardens. They can cause so much damage that it is best to have an effective pest control regimen in place to stop the damage before it begins. First you should know a [...]

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Tips for Cleaner, More Energy-Efficient Living

August 22, 2012

Recycle, Reuse, Reduce. That’s the mantra many people live by these days and it may be easier than you think. We live in a world believing there are a finite amount of resources, but that simply isn’t true. The amount of garbage produced in America everyday is astounding and eventually, if we don’t start doing [...]

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Prevention and Elimination of Slugs and Snails

August 9, 2012

Anyone who has ever had a garden probably knows that seeing a slug or snail is cause for much more worry than just the general icky-ness they present. These slimy insects can wreak havoc on a garden, especially those gardens that include fruit plants or trees, which slugs and snails seem to prefer. Since slugs [...]

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The Basics of Dust Mites

July 27, 2012

For weeks now you’ve been hacking, coughing and sneezing. You have no idea why all of a sudden you wake up feeling groggy and miserable and have frequent headaches. You haven’t changed anything in your diet or your regular routine, so what could be the cause of all these health problems. Pest control experts suggest [...]

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Natural Methods to Eliminate Lice from Hair

July 14, 2012

Lice. It’s enough to make anyone’s skin crawl. Despite the stigma, lice are actually attracted to clean and oft-washed hair, so don’t feel like it’s a hygiene issue if you or your child happens to become infested. There are ways to prevent lice, but if it’s too late and you don’t want to subject yourself [...]

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The many wonders of vinegar

May 10, 2012

Pest control specialists say vinegar is a common household item and there is likely to be a bottle lying around your home somewhere, even if you didn’t know it was there. Most people buy vinegar for one specific purpose but don’t need a whole lot of it, thus creating a huge amount of leftover vinegar [...]

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Green Bed Bug Pest Control

April 27, 2012

As much of the world is turning to “green” solutions for almost everything, it would stand to reason that the pest control industry would get on board. This industry, especially, would stand to profit from coming up with non-toxic ways to eliminate pests since so many pest control treatments are hazardous to the health of [...]

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