Stop Your Garden From Inviting Termites Into Your Home

Posted on: 6 September 2018
Termites are possibly one of the least popular creatures around, as they're seriously bad news for buildings. Because they eat wood, they can ruin furniture and destroy structural elements, and you might not even know they're present until the damage has reached a serious stage. If you're concerned about them getting into your home, having regular inspections is a good idea, as a professional can spot the signs of termites and perform termite treatment quickly to stop the problem.
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DIY Termite Treatment: How Effective Will It Be?

Posted on: 29 August 2018
Termites are menacing pests that can devalue your investment and compromise the structural integrity of your building. Some termites feed on natural materials used in the construction of structures and furniture while others feed on materials such as organic matter and drywall. If you have had these creatures in your home and applied some treatment without professional help, it is important to be sure that the infestation has cleared. That's because termites destroy structures silently, and you won't notice the damage until after it's too late.
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Spider Control Methods

Posted on: 9 August 2018
Spiders, despite their small size, are among the most feared pests. This is because some have toxic venom that could kill. However, it is rare to find poisonous spiders in your home. Nonetheless, their presence in the house is never appealing. Spiders weave webs in corners, thereby degrading your home's interior. Spider control shouldn't only be initiated when you have a spider infestation in your home. You should make it a regular activity as a preventive measure against spider infestation.
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How Mice Can Sneak Into Your Home

Posted on: 27 July 2018
Having an infestation of mice in your home is definitely bad news. They're destructive, unhygienic and, for some people, frightening little creatures that can quickly take up residence and increase their numbers. Because mice are naturally nocturnal, many people believe that keeping doors and windows closed at night is enough to keep them out. Unfortunately, it's still quite common to find they've made their way into your home, which can be puzzling when you can't see how they managed it.
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