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You know some pest control problems are a do-it-yourself project. If you have an infestation, unfortunately a can of bug killer will not take care of the problem.
If you have a serous pest problem, we will look after it.
When you hire a professional pest control service with trained and seasoned staff, they’re not only inspecting your house, they can determine the pests and the channels they’re using to get to your residence.
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Pests can bring significant diseases. It’s so important that all pests are destroyed so they aren’t able to breed and multiply.
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No matter how careful you are when it comes to storing your food, there is still a chance that your cupboards may be infested by pantry moths at some point. These creatures are very common and are particularly attracted to products made from grains and seeds, such as flour, cornmeal, and rice.
Sometimes they will happen upon your store of food simply by flying into your kitchen on a summer's day. All it takes is one moth to lay larvae in your cupboard, and before you know it you can have dozens of the things buzzing around. Another common way to get them is through buying a product which is already infected with larvae. Factories and farms go to great lengths to prevent this, but it does happen occasionally.
The final stage is to throw away all infected food. If you're in doubt about any particular product, it's best to throw it away just incase. When disposing of the food, be aware that it may have fresh larvae in, so dispose of it outside, away from any windows or doors, or you may find the moths making their way back into your house.
Pantry moths are a pest but they aren't particularly difficult to get rid of. The key is to take your time and be as thorough as possible to ensure you don't miss anything.
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Pests can bring considerable diseases. There are a great deal of unique kinds of bugs that humans try to control and conquer. There are several distinct kinds of pests that could plague your dwelling. It’s so important that all pests are destroyed so they cannot breed and multiply. Pest extermination is a superb method to stop and handle pests.
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Regardless of what kind of pest you’ve got, it is better to get hold of a pest control company when possible.
Squirrels are a nuisance. They get into the garbage and birdfeeders. They build nests in the most irritating spots of the garage, attic and eaves. The biggest nuisance of all is when they "swear" at you when you come and go from your own house.
There are several ways to discourage them:
- Put a baffle or squirrel guard on bird feeder poles.
- Make sure the bird feeders are at least squirrel-jumping distance away from all trees and perches.
- Use metal garbage cans and bird feeders instead of plastic which they can chew through.
- Use a spring loaded perch bird feeder set so it will not open with the weight of the squirrel.
- Use live traps to move them to another area.
- Use squirrel repellents such as chili powder, red peppers or cayenne sprinkled where you want them to stay away.
- Put chicken wire over your flowerbeds (covered with a light dusting of dirt) to keep them from digging up your bulbs.
- Find the holes where they're getting in and patch them up.
Speaking of entertainment... squirrel feeders are a fun way for the furry court jesters to work for their supper and "earn their keep".
- Put ears of dried corn on the end of a squirrel spinner or arrow feeder and enjoy watching them try to eat it.
- Put a corn cob on the end of a squirrel bungee.
- Put nuts or seeds in a squirrel munch box where they need to open a lid to pull out food.
- Extend a wire or cord from one tree to another so they have to tightrope-walk to get to the food.
- There are also cute corn cob feeders made to look like little picnic tables or adirondack chairs.
As they say, if you can't beat them - join them. We discovered that feeding the squirrels not only kept them out of trouble, but entertained us as well. As an added bonus flying squirrels were visiting the feeders at night!
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A little bug problem can quickly become a complete infestation in a brief quantity of time. Whether you have a particular problem with a specific sort of pest or you’re seeking to secure your house from all of these, you just need to discover the right company to work with as well as taking a few steps of precaution on your own. Eliminating pest naturally is safe for your loved ones, your pets and the surroundings.
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For some reason, this time every year, let's just call it the pumpkin rotting season, we seem to be infested with gnats. The gnats appear out of nowhere and invade our pumpkins. Once they leave the pumpkins, for some unknown reason, they make their way to our bathroom. We have never had a pumpkin, or food, or anything of interest to them in there, and I have never been able to figure out why they migrate to the bathroom, but they do. Every year the kids and I vow to fight off the gnats and kill them, and this year is no different. This is war, people!
One trick my son uses is, he waits until they are on the wall and then rolls over them with a lint roller, he has also left glue on a piece of paper hoping they would land there, and placed a cup of hot chocolate on the counter, again, hoping they would want a drink and then get stuck; we have tried everything, or so I thought.
I hope his little trap works as I hate the gnats. They freak me out as I don't want to walk with my mouth open for fear they will fly in my mouth, I don't want to breathe and again, have one in my mouth, or have one get stuck to my teeth or something. Ewwww. I hope the pumpkin rotting season ends quickly and takes its gnats with it. Yuck!
First update: My son just reported that he caught one gnat in the trap! Man your stations everyone, this year we will be victorious! The bathroom will be ours again!