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Ridding Your Home of Insects

Most homes have insects living within its walls. Insects enjoy interior living quarters for the same reasons as people do: they are warm, and they have food. However, few people want insects as roommates, so here are some ways to drive unwanted pests out of your house and keep them out. How to Get Rid of Insects Since you can’t hunt down each individual fly or cockroach and personally show them the door, you’re going to need to strategize if you want to make your house as inhospitable to insects as possible. First, dry up any puddles, open water sources, or damp spots around your home: typically, around sinks, boiler rooms and bathtubs. Everything that's alive needs some form of moisture to survive, and insects are no different, therefore, if you cut any chance that they have of taking a drink, you’re bound to shorten their lifespans considerably. The same goes...
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Where Did My Rat Infestation Come From?

Trust us, at B&B Exterminating, we dislike rats around our homes as much as you do. The sad truth is, that with the mild climates in our mid-Florida and Georgia service areas, the environment that we live in is the perfect breeding ground for all types of rodents. Our knowledgeable technicians can not only protect your home, but they can also help you know what to look out for and when you need to call us back for a repeat treatment. Remember, we not only specialize in pest prevention, but we can also help you keep your lawn and garden areas spotless. Not only will this beautify your home, but it also does a lot of the work in preventing pests from entering your home by eliminating vegetation debris, which is a prime attractant to rodents. Read on to find out why rats and rodents are attracted to your home, how...
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How Bed Bugs Spread from One House to Another

At B&B Exterminating, when we get a call about bed bugs, we know that we’re dealing with a serious issue. Our staff of fully-trained, professional technicians have everything they need to help you eliminate your bed bug problem, but we also know that the issue isn’t just getting rid of a pest. When our clients find that they have bed bugs, it’s often an emotional drain. The idea that these tiny parasites have infected your home and are now existing with your family can be hard to take. Many of our customers want to know exactly how they ended up with the little creatures, and they ask us for pointers on how to keep them from coming back. In all honesty, the only things that you can do to avoid bed bugs is to either purchase everything new or sterilize everything brought into the home and teach your children to not...
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Your Guide to Ant Pest Control

While most ants aren't a threat to human and pet life, they can be a nuisance as well as extremely difficult to get rid of by yourself. Allow us to show you how to prevent ant infestations from happening to you. Species of ants that can invade the home include the following: Carpenter Ants Pavement Ants Fire Ants Thief Ants Pharaoh Ants And more. If you are already experiencing a colony of ants inside your home, it would be wise to contact your local pest control service as your best option for getting rid of them. How to Prevent Ants from Entering the Home Ants can either nest outside or inside your home. If they nest outside, they can still find a way to get inside the home to forage. Ants are the most curious bugs when it comes to searching for possible holes and other entry points inside your home....
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How to Spot Signs of a Termite Infestation

B&B Exterminating Co. is proud to provide customers in our service areas, which span through Florida and Georgia with the best possible termite control measures available. We use high-quality products and techniques to ensure that termites are eliminated from your home or business. One of the issues with termites is that many homeowners don’t know the signs that prove that termites are within their property until extensive damage has been done. Termites are small insects that tend to avoid highly public areas. There are two types of termites that live within the U.S.: subterranean and drywood. Subterranean termites will invade your home from the foundation up, while drywood termites enter your home and build colonies on the wood framing within your walls. We can develop a treatment plan that’s well-suited for your needs so that you can continue to enjoy your home again. Signs in Your Home’s Interior Hollow-sounding floors or...
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