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Spring Pest Control Checklist

Whenever we hear the word “spring,” several beautiful scenes come to mind–flowers blooming, warmer weather, brighter sunshine, occasional rainfalls, and more vibrant outdoor activities. People get to enjoy spring break and many of us would even pack up for some trips and adventures. However, humans are not the only ones who come and play when

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How to Deal Bed Bugs and Bed Bug Bites

Parasitic insects like bed bugs survive by feeding on the blood of humans or animals. Although there is no need to panic when bitten by these blood-sucking creatures as they are not known to transmit diseases, one should still be mindful after acquiring bed bug bites. Bed bug bites are certainly irritating and itchy. However,

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Are Bed Bugs Dangerous?

Bed bugs are quite common in the United States and are found to dwell in different places or environments. Since they survive by feeding on blood, humans find bedbugs irritating. While it has been widely assumed that bedbugs aren’t dangerous due to the fact that, unlike most insects or pests, they do not transmit human

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Pest Population Increase in Ohio During Pandemic

Ever since the Covid-19 virus broke out last year, the Department of Homeland Security declared pest control as an essential service. To prevent sanitation and health problems from worsening this pandemic, we are ought to keep a healthy and hygienic working and living environment. Pest Population Increase Inevitably, the lack of sanitation in restaurants, offices, homes, hotels or

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Invasive Pest Swarm Season

Invasive Pests Lurking in Your Backyard As their name suggests, invasive pests are animal species that invade the natural habitat of other wildlife species. In other words, they establish themselves in other ecosystems that are not supposed to be their natural habitat and disturb other species or even cause harm or damage to the environment

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