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Renovating a Room

Renovating or Moving in? Pest Control It!

On the surface, of course, a newly renovated home is satisfying to look at. But what goes deep within its walls should be at the top of a homeowner’s list of priorities.

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Termite Baiting as Termite Control

Backed with science, research, and tangible proof, the Exterra Baiting System  completes the termite elimination by penetrating not only the damaged area but the entire colony itself.

Ants During the Rainy Season

May it be on the counter, behind the cabinet, or beside indoor plants, when you see them crawling and grouped in one place, you know the new season has begun.

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Your Kitchen: A Pest's Sanctuary

We all had—or still have—our bouts of pest infestation in our homes. Some may be easy to deal with like ants or flies while others like rodents and cockroaches might require a more professional approach. Nonetheless, when they hang around, they always seem to be in the kitchen. Have you ever wondered why?

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The Termite Social Structure

When it comes to insect caste systems, one particular specie always comes to mind—bees. Everyone knows what a queen bee is; her role, her purpose, etc. But did you know that caste systems are particularly prevalent in other kinds of insects too? And lo and behold, the list includes termites.

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Eating Through Concrete

Termite infestation is perhaps a homeowner’s worst nightmare. And with that comes endless consultations, discussions, and perhaps, even some village gossip:

 

Do termites really eat through concrete?

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Damages Termites Can Do To Your Home

Even just the name itself strings a number of losses to a homeowner. “Termites”—a now-nightmarish word to hear or read—may be little pests with little mouth and feet, but in numbers, they can do great damages when not dealt with immediately.