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Why Professional Help is the Best Solution for Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs Infestation

For sure you have heard the phrase, “Good night, don’t let the bed bugs bite.” I bet, at first you did not give it so much thought until your experience with bed bugs. Although they seem harmless, they can be a severe problem.

They can actually be more harmful than what most of us thought. They can cause different health concerns that range from itchiness to allergic reactions.

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Five Most Common Ant Species In Ohio

red fire ants

These ants are the recent invaders of Ohio, and they are polymorphic which means they vary in size from 1.5-4 mm. Can be found as far north of Ohio. The males are completely black, while the queens and the workers contain a shiny red head and thorax. Their nests or mound are large and dome-shaped with weather-resistant, hard crusts.

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The Secret Life Of Bed Bugs

Adult Bed Bug

Bed bugs are pesky insects that can be a real pain to get rid of. Learn all about what bed bugs are, where they come from, and how to remove them in this informative blog post!

Bed bugs are often hard to see and difficult to find as well. They can live anywhere they can find a blood source, they avoid light and stay hidden. This often makes it hard for people without experience or those who don't know any better to spot the signs of bed bug infestation.

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Dealing With Wood Eating Termite Infestation

Wood Eating Termites

Long and slender with a hard, brownish-black exoskeleton, wood-eating termites typically measure between one and two centimeters in length and are characterized by six legs and two antennae. Termites are highly social insects that live and feed in large groups. Wood eating termites, unlike other termite species, can live in large colonies.

Examine the wood for sagging or warping, especially around door and window frames. Small, winged insects, as well as piles of sawdust or frass near windows, doors, or baseboards, are other indicators. Furthermore, mud tubes or tunnels on the walls or floorboards are common indicators of foraging termites.

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