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Spring means Spiders – Get Spider Control

Awe Spring, Life is Buzzing, the Birds and the Bees… oh and don’t forget the spiders.   Raleigh Spider Control   As the beautiful blue skies of spring turn to sunny summer our minds turn to watermelons, swimming pools, and heat waves. Unfortunately as we contemplate what drink we want to have poolside, the bugs around our house are contemplating how to grab a drink from our sinksides. With the AC turned on pumping deliciously cool air throughout our own personal compounds we create a great escape from the heat for the wondering insects on the outside. In fact it may feel as if these creepy crawlers are appearing from… Read More

Spring is Here! And here come the bugs.

Welcome to the first day of Spring! It will be a joyous season, especially if you are already protecting your home for the uprising of bugs. You could try buying a frog for pest control… If you are not yet protected, then you may want to consider one of our in network Family Owned Pest Control companies. Related articles Girl Meets Bug (thomasballantyne.com) Pest Control As It Relates to Electronic Manufacturing (blogpestcontrol.com) Thank Pest Control Research For a Pest-Free Holiday Season (blogpestcontrol.com) Swindon adopts no-tolerance approach to bed bugs – and so should you! (time4sleep.co.uk)

Pest Control Quotes

As pest control guys we find a lot of great material that may never make it to the public’s eye. Rightfully so, as no one wants their dirty underwear they left out discussed. But today’s comment was too good to pass up, and it’s not about what an exterminator found under your bathroom sink. Funny Comment for today: Thinking the knocking at the door is your roommates so you begin meowing & really it’s the pest control guy, that’s an awkward moment. We were right there with you… glad that the exterminator resisted the urge to bark back. Got any awkward pest control moments that you want to share?

Pest Control As It Relates to Electronic Manufacturing

Pest control mingles with many industries. In the restaurant and food industry, pest control is often part of the health code and food inspection process. More recently, the Hotel and vacation industry is being hammered by bed bugs and a pest control plan to prevent and reassure customers is vital. Pest control companies will do better in their service and their outreach if they understand and meet these needs. Branching out a little bit more, pest management experts can become specialized in niche industry needs. Electronic Manufacturing have their own unique need for pest control. The Electronic Contract Manufacturing Facility An important, but often overlooked, part of any ISO certified… Read More

The Biggest Bug in the World Debate.

In the past few days, there has been a sting of news releases about the World’s Biggest Bug, all started by this: This extremely rare and endangered insect was found by Mark Moffett. It took him 2 days to find this Giant Weta. She was found on Little Barrier Island, in New Zealand. They are no longer on the main land as they were cleared out by rats brought in by the Europeans. Mark, a bug lover from Colorado, was excited to find this rare cricket-like creature. He was even more honored when it was declared the Largest Insect on Record, according to weight. The wing span is 7 inches.… Read More

Comment Made on Anascorp Video

A fellow youtuber commented on our Anascorp video through a message. Anascorp saved my Grandsons life tonight. He went through 3 doses before recovering. Now how do we keep this from happening again? I’m tired tonight, I’ll see more videos tomorrow. ~T.J.~  

Halloween, Celebrating the Good Bat.

The Bat is a Fellow Bug Exterminator As a general rule, bats are not very popular with people, regardless of any benefits the pest management experts say they provide. Too often, bats are perceived by the general public, as dangerous, ugly and frightening. But, what most people are not aware of, is that those “hideous” bats prevent billions of dollars in damage to the U.S. agriculture industry, by consuming common insect pests that frequently eat and destroy important crops. In fact, it has been estimated that bats provide the American agriculture industry with free pest control services, that are valued at (upwards of) fifty three billion dollars a year! …Gives… Read More