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Bed bugs are a problem. They are actually considered a public health pest, but they are not known to spread diseases. Bed bugs do, however, cause a variety of negative physical and mental health consequences. The bites from bed bugs can cause allergic reactions that range from a small bite mark to welts. Also the

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Ants are very common insects. There are more than 10,000 known ant species around the world. Ants are especially prevalent in tropical forests and may make up to half of all the insects living in some locations. Ants look like termites and the two are often confused, especially by homeowners who are worried about termites.

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  If you’ve ever thought that Termite Bait Stations don’t work, think again. They do! This is a picture of a cartridge from a termite bait system. These bait systems actively work to monitor termite activity around your home. As you can see, the termites are very much alive and very active. Termites are constantly

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The German cockroach is a major concern. This species is the one that gives all other cockroaches a bad name. German Roaches cannot survive in locations away from human activity unless there is a steady cold temperature. Studies have shown that German cockroaches could not survive in homes without central heating in northern climates. The

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Check out this article on an exotic termite that found it’s way into South Florida. http://www.pctonline.com/pct0215-exotic-termite-Nasutitermes-corniger-update.aspx

If you have a bedbug infestation, it’s best to find it early, before the infestation spreads. Treating a minor bedbug  infestation is far less costly and easier than treating the same infestation after it spreads. Often bites on the skin are a poor indicator of a bed bug infestation. Bed bug bites can look like

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It might be snowing, ice on the ground, or raining like we live in the Rain Forest. This does not mean that termites are inactive. They are still foraging, looking for food such as wood siding that’s been soaking up water because it’s come in contact with the damp soil. Be on the look out

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