Have A Flea Problem? Know How To Keep Them Outside Your House

Posted on: 30 May 2018

If you have a pet, you may be well aware of how fleas can get into your house. Fleas are known to carry many diseases, and their size can make it difficult to immediately identify them until it is too late. Your goal should be to prevent fleas from getting into your home by doing the following things. Care For Your Landscaping Chances are that your pet spends a lot of time outside in your backyard, which is where fleas will most likely attach themselves to your pet and get into the house.
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4 Perilous Side-Effects Of Living With A Cockroach Infestation

Posted on: 19 October 2016

Bugs are a nuisance in any home, but when there's an infestation of roaches, a special kind of horror is experienced. Beyond the constant shooing away and swatting, there are real psychological and physiological forces at work and they're working against you in the worst ways. 1. You're Embarrassed To Have Company With a moderate roach problem, you're more apt to only see the bugs at night, but with an infestation, they'll be out at all hours of the day.
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Keeping Creepy Spiders Away From Your Home's Interior

Posted on: 17 October 2016

If you have a fear of spiders, you most likely get upset every time you see one inside of your home. Deterring spiders can be done with natural methods using items you can find in your home or around your neighborhood. Here are some tips you can use to battle the prospect of spiders wriggling their way into the interior of your home. Find A Neighbor With A Particular Tree Horse chestnuts tend to keep spiders away from an area, as they do not care for the scent of this smooth, dark-brown nut.
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It's Cold Outside: Simple Steps To Keep Mice Away This Winter

Posted on: 14 October 2016

Now that the weather is changing, and the temperatures are starting to drop, mice are going to start looking for a warm place to nest for the winter. That leaves your home susceptible to invasion. Mice need warmth, available bedding material, and easy-access to food and water. They can find all of those items readily available inside your home. Luckily, if you prepare in advance, you can reduce the chances of developing a rodent problem this winter.
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