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Pests to Seasons

No matter what time of the year it is, pests are always a problem. They are everywhere. You look around, or look away for a moment there are pests littering your space, ruining your garden or even your bed or living space. There is no respite from pests but knowing...

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Tiny Red Bugs

If you’ve ever noticed tiny red bugs crawling in or around your window chances are they are Clover Mites. Clover Mites are a close relative to ticks and spiders but they are true mites, not insects. To the naked eye they are no more than tiny red bugs and appear no...

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R – E – S – P – E – C – T

So the other day a friend of mine told me this story: A restaurant owner had a place that was pretty clean yet he has roaches. He didn't understand why he was having this issue since he currently has a pest control service. He also proceeded to tell me that he's fired...

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Urban Pest Management

Urban Pest Control Ltd. Is Engaged To Urban Pest Management Through Integrated Pest Management, Termite Treatment And Fumigation Services, Commissioning Designing And Installment Of Co2 Fumigation System For Modern Food Grain Storage, Installment Of Flying Insect...

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5 reasons pests are bad for business

Many businesses have had to close their doors due to pest infestations. Don’t let your business be one of them. Still not concerned? Check out five ways pests can hurt your professional business. Loss of Business Most companies will agree that that their customers are...

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Dog poop…The super food for rats?

I can't tell you how many times I’ll visit a building whose owner’s are complaining of rats when to my amazement I see dog poop lying around the side, back or front of the building. So why does dog feces bother me? What the public does not know is that dog excrement...

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When is “Do it yourself pest control” okay?

Well in my opinion never… And yes I’m being completely objective. I cannot stress enough the ramification to you, other people and property by incorrectly using pesticides. As you know, a pesticide, by definition is “any substance used to kill, repel, or control...

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Another Infamous Ranking

Not only is Illinois one of the most corrupt states in the country, but we’re also the top 5 “Worst Cities” for bed bugs in America by CBS News. So, why is that? Why is it that we cannot eliminate this pest? I’ll tell you why: It’s the lack of education my friend. You...

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Ladybugs have awoken!

So last night we're having dinner. My wife says to me, “Why are there ladybugs in our kitchen?” Now mind you we live in Chicago and it’s about 8 degrees. We should be seeing these guys in late summer. Why now? What’s happening is they’ve overwintered in your home. In...

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A “hot” winter?

Maybe not 90 degrees hot, but due to the above normal temperatures we've had this winter, we're looking at an increase in pests this summer. Yes we've had some cold snaps, but not like the winter of 2014. Now that was a cold winter. With the grounds not fully frozen,...

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The Truth About Bedbugs

Our office receives hundreds of calls with bedbug issues. Along with that, we get hundreds of questions. Some are quite amusing. So let’s set it straight about these guys: Q. “Can a bedbug give you a disease?” A. There have been no reported diseases to humans;...

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How do I know if I have termites or ants?

To the untrained eye, termites and ants almost look the same. So what’s the difference? How do I know if it’s a devastating termite or a troublesome carpenter ant? Well let’s see. Here’s how to tell the difference between the two: Carpenter Ant Has 3 body segments...

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Even bedbugs need a vacation

For some of us, next week will be the start of spring break: Kids off of school, taking a little time off or going away to some tropical island. This is the time to be take extra steps to ensure that bedbugs do not get into your home. While on vacation, you might...

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Why do spiders scare us

What is it that creeps us out about spiders? Could it be their color? Their eyes? Their speed? Or do our brains sensationalize the creepiness and possible destruction they might inflict on us? In an article by Tamara Cohen for The Daily Mail, she wrote: Psychology...

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