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How to know if bed bugs are in my mattress

How to know if bed bugs are in my mattress

Detecting bed bugs in your mattress requires careful observation and examination. Bed bugs are small, reddish-brown insects that are about the size of an apple seed when fully grown. They are excellent at hiding in tiny cracks and crevices, making detection a bit...

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Why are there ant hills in my yard

An ant hill houses a colony of ants and usually includes not only a visible soil mound above ground but also complex underground structures where the ants live, breed, and raise their young. Ant hills can be unsightly and hard to get rid of on your own. Factors such...

Pests that can cause allergies

Several pests can cause allergies in humans. These allergies are often triggered by the pests' saliva, droppings, shed skin, or body parts that become airborne and can be inhaled. Some common pests known to cause allergies include:Dust Mites: These microscopic pests...

How to keep skunks away from my yard

Keeping skunks away from your yard involves making your property less appealing to them and implementing some deterrents. Skunks are attracted to food sources and shelter, so your goal is to eliminate these attractions and create an environment that discourages their...

Comparison Between DIY & Professional

Upon realizing that your home has a pest problem, it’s probably your first instinct to try and deal with it yourself. After all, you can learn from YouTube tutorials how to apply pesticide and properly handle the infestation on your own, right? It might be possible to...

Why pest control in schools is needed

Pest control is needed in schools for several important reasons: Health and safety: Pests like rodents, cockroaches, and insects can carry diseases and bacteria that pose health risks to students, teachers, and staff. Some pests can contaminate food, surfaces, and the...

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