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The short answer to this is – nowhere! Bed bugs are active year-round. They don’t hibernate, die off or migrate. Because these pests live primarily indoors, they can thrive throughout the cold winter months due to the sustainable heat found in our homes and a readily available food source (us!) throughout the season. In fact,......
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Termites cause irreparable damage to homes that can affect both their structure and integrity. In fact, termites cause billions of dollars in damage each year and homeowners spend more than $2 billion on treatments. The most common type of termite in the United States is the subterranean termite, although you can also find drywood, dampwood......
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The US Department of Agriculture defines green pest control as “a service that employs an integrated pest management approach while utilizing fewer of the earth’s resources as part of a larger effort to reduce human impacts on the environment.” In layman’s terms this basically means safe, effective pest management with little to no impact on......
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The last thing many of us want to share our home with is a spider; but some of them can actually be beneficial, eating roaches, flies, mosquitoes, and other pests that we ALSO don’t want around our homes. Regardless of whether we want them or not, spiders are one of the most common household pests......
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The last thing any homeowner wants to deal with is a cockroach infestation. Roaches multiply quickly and are highly adaptive making their populations grow rapidly. They are known to carry and transmit several serious diseases to humans, contaminate their food and other household surfaces, and can even trigger allergies and asthma. The most common types......
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One thing many people look forward to as the weather cools off is less pests! But where do they go? Do they really die off? Well… some do and some don’t. All insects have some ability to withstand cold weather, some just do it better than others. In fact, in areas with warmer climates where......
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Bed bugs are one of the most common pests related to travel because they are provided with a ready supply of fresh hosts to feed on. Once a bed bug infestation has been established, they can be extremely difficult to get rid of for two main reasons: Bed bugs have developed resistance to many pesticides......
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Roaches typically thrive in the summer season as the increased humidity allows them to reproduce in large numbers; but when cold weather hits, where do roaches go? Do they die off? Do they hibernate? Roaches are resilient pests and they have made several adaptations over the years to ensure their survival even during the harshest......
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Fleas are a fact of life for pet owners. These pests cause itching and scratching, making both you and your fur babies miserable. Besides this incessant itching, are your pets at risk from fleas? The answer is yes! Fleas are known to transmit several serious diseases to both cats and dogs, and even on to......
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While termites may look harmless, these tiny pests can cause major damage to your home in a short period of time. Termites are known as “silent destroyers” because of their ability to chew through wood, flooring and other parts of your home completely undetected for long periods of time. There are about 2000 species of......
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