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May 16, 2019

Why Professional Treatment For Flea Problems Is Worth It

When you spot pests in your home, the first thought you might have is to run to the store to find some product to get rid of them. Unfortunately, with fleas, DIY treatments are often ineffective and sometimes can do more harm than good. In the Elizabethtown area, you’ll want to turn to a professional to get treatment for flea control....

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May 14, 2019

Problems Summer Ant Infestations Bring To Lexington Homes

Depending on the type of ant that has invaded your home, you could be dealing with nothing more than a mildly annoying nuisance, or a huge problem that can damage the structural integrity of your home. Odorous house ants, pavement ants, and other small ants can contaminate your food and spread bacteria in your home....

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May 3, 2019

April Showers Bring May Termites To Louisville

If there is one thing that attracts termites in a hurry, it’s moisture. If you have moisture problems in your home, you’re at risk for termites. While this is their first choice of food, they will also feast on dry wood if there is no damp wood around. Therefore, any home is at risk, but preventing moisture damage can be the best way to prevent termites....

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April 25, 2019

How To Limit Your Mosquito Exposure Risk In Terre Haute

Mosquitoes are due to return soon, if they have not already arrived. However, most people have their sights set on spending a lot more time outdoors. The return of mosquitoes is mostly due to the warm, humid conditions. If your yard provides ample opportunities for mosquitoes to lay their eggs in standing water, then their populations will increase exponentially....

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March 28, 2019

Tick Season Returns To Terre Haute

The most common and dangerous kind of tick in the Terre Haute area is the black-legged deer tick. These ticks can be found in thick vegetation, tall grasses, and damp, wooded areas, as well as on humans and animals. Ticks can grow up to 6.35mm in length, although males are usually smaller than females....

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