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Are Pests Triggering Allergy & Asthma Symptoms in Your Household?

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This time of year, it’s common to suffer from sniffles and watery eyes caused by allergies to pollen or other irritants that are a hallmark of the blossoming of spring. But if your symptoms remain long after spring irritants are gone, you could be suffering from chronic allergies triggered by common household pests. Pests.org,… Read More »

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What’s Mother-Approved Pest Control?

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Sue Fries is the mother behind Ecola Termite & Pest Control. Known as “the termite lady,” she started Ecola 38 years ago, motivated by her struggle to care for her son with chronic asthma. Determined to find her place in the male-dominated field of pest control, she sought an alternative way to eliminate infestations… Read More »

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The Pests That Ruled 2021

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The pests of 2021 are primarily the same ones that torment us almost every other year. So what’s so special about 2021? COVID-19 had most of us working remotely, and spending a great deal more time at home made us more aware of our pest removal needs. The National Pest Management Association’s (NPMA)Top Five… Read More »

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Why You’re Seeing More Spiders in Your Home

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Spiders might just be one of the world’s most unloved creatures. Only entomologists like to find spiders in their homes. Unlike ants that boldly march around the kitchen or flies that buzz around our heads, most spiders are experts at hiding. So when spiders start making their presence known, it’s only natural to wonder… Read More »

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Bob Villa Says These Bugs Are Looking to Invade Your Home This Fall

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When Bob Villa talks about homeownership issues, everyone listens. He is one of the world’s most trusted authorities in caring for homes. Bob Villa doesn’t believe bugs are out to get us. They just want a lot of what we want — shelter, food and water, and a warm place to spend their winter…. Read More »

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How Proactive Pest Control Drives Home Value

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Every homeowner enjoys the perks that homeownership provides, and performing regular maintenance on that home is key to ensuring it remains a personal and financial asset to you and your family. With ongoing foresight and diligence, not only will your home remain a sanctuary for you and your family, but it will also increase… Read More »

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Experts Advise to Avoid These Summer Pests

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Some summer pests are simply a nuisance, while others can be destructive or pose health risks. Here are some of the bugs Chief Entomologist of the National Pest Management Association, Dr. Jim Fredericks, says we should avoid: Flies can put a damper on any outdoor BBQ or picnic. They’re important to control as they… Read More »

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7 Tips to Stop Mosquitos From Breeding on Your Property

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Did you know that mosquitos can breed in the amount of water it takes to fill a bottle cap? If you’re looking forward to having friends and family over now that the pandemic is subsiding, it may be time to eliminate the conditions in your yard that are encouraging mosquitos to breed right under… Read More »

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These Bugs Will Eat Your Clothes

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Picture this: It’s early Monday morning and you’re reaching for your favorite, coziest sweater to wear to work only to find that it’s riddled with tiny holes. If your first assumption is that closet moths are to blame, you could be right. You could also be wrong. In addition to moths, termites, and carpet… Read More »

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