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California is no stranger to drought these past few years, but while humans have their various drought worries like water restrictions and wildfires, typically insect invasions aren’t part of those worries. However, the truth is that drought and insects in the home can go hand-in-hand. While many insects thrive in hot and dry conditions, they… Read more »

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When termites invade your home, it causes plenty of problems. Termites can eat into the structure and foundation of your home, causing damage and repair costs that could get expensive. If left unchecked for weeks or months, a termite infestation can ruin your home. This is why prevention or termite extermination is beneficial to your… Read more »

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Ants are common pests in many homes. They mysteriously appear on our countertops, in cabinets, or marching in a line on the kitchen floor. If you somehow manage to kill the ones already in your home, other ones confound you by finding a new way in. Aside from researching the habits and appearance of every… Read more »

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Cockroaches are among the world’s most common household pests. Dealing with a cockroach infestation is a nightmare for any homeowner. Roaches quickly reproduce and can carry disease. That’s why it’s important to take immediate action when you find roaches in your house. Here are four tips for preventing cockroaches from entering your home. Eliminate Sources… Read more »

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While many people think of hotels when they think of bed bugs, the truth is, a bed bug infestation can happen to anyone. Here’s how you can protect your home from bed bugs. Know the Warning Signs The warning signs of a bed bug infestation include: Itchy bite marks on your skin, especially in areas… Read more »

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There are few things more frustrating than finding out that you have some mischievous rodents hiding in your house. It wouldn’t be such a big deal if they didn’t skitter through your pantry at night, gnawing away at packs of self-rising flour. If only they would just stay in the outdoors instead of invading your… Read more »