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How To Get Rid of Termites in North Carolina

Termite infestations can threaten the safety and health of your North Carolina home. It is important to understand which termites are common in North Carolina, ways to prevent their presence, and the best options for getting rid of them.

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Long Term Side Effects Of Bed Bug Bites

The harmful effects of bed bugs go past just being bitten. While bed bugs won't do any major harm to you unless you're allergic, trying to treat them on your own may cause problems. Additionally, if you don't get rid of the bed bugs, their bites could cause long-term health problems, some of which are secondary to the bites themselves.

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The Dangers of Mosquitoes: Why Mosquito Control Is Vital for Your Health

When does a mosquito bite become something more than a bite? Our blog covers the dangers of mosquitoes in your backyard.

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FAQs about Recurring Pest Control

Want to know more about recurring pest control and if it’s the right choice for your home? Read our FAQ to answer everything you need to know about recurring pest services!

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FAQs for Aspiring Pest Control Technicians: Is Pest Control Worth It as a Job?

Are you interested in getting into the pest control industry? We believe a pest control career is well worth your effort, but to help you come to that conclusion yourself, we’ve outlined the most frequently asked questions about the field!

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Battling the Carpenter Ant: Charlotte’s Home Destroyer

There are several ant species in the Charlotte area, but perhaps the most damaging for your home is the carpenter ant. These ants build their nest in wooden structures and invade homes with wood sources. The first line of defense is knowing what you’re dealing with, so we’ve created a guide on everything you need to know about carpenter ants.

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DIY vs. Professional Rodent Control: What Charlotte Homeowners Need to Know

Most DIY rodent solutions are traps and baits. You can usually find these at your local hardware store at a very low price. But before you make the decision to buy anything, you should first know the pros and cons of DIY solutions. 

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How To Prevent Mice, Rats & Rodents From Moving In

As the temperatures begin to drop with the season, mice, rats, and rodents will be looking for warm places to stay. Whether you have just bought a new home and you are settling into homeownership or you are looking for ways to maintain your long-term home value, pest control is important but there's a concern you might be joined by four-legged pests, like rats, mice, and other rodents who may want to set up household in your new home, too. While you may be fine with an invited overnight guest or two, you draw the line when it comes to unannounced creatures of the night. Consider these tips to prevent rodents from moving into your home. 

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Getting Rid of Termites: Knowing the Signs of an Infestation

Termites become a problem whenever they infest your home and no measures are taken to remove and eliminate the colony or colonies. This becomes a problem because flying termites and subterranean termites have a voracious appetite that keeps the feeding cycle going around the clock. That means every hour could mean more damage to your property. To keep the termite colonies active, during the swarming season, which usually takes place during the spring, male and female termites are tasked with developing new colonies where soldier and worker termites keep the colony protected, intact and thriving.

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What Happens If You Get Bitten By A Cockroach

Periplaneta americana is the scientific name for cockroach species such as the American cockroach. This species along with other types of cockroaches can, and do, bite humans under certain conditions. The most common reason being the lack of or shortage of food due to an unchecked infestation and there are too many mouths to feed. With limited resources to feed, cockroaches are forced to expand their feeding ground, which includes humans.

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