What Things Draw Termites into Your House or Compound?

Posted on: 22 May 2020

One of the sneaky and unpleasant pests you can deal with in your home are termites. Termites are similar to ants, and it can be difficult to identify them. These pests can infest your home secretly, do the damage, and leave before the homeowner notices anything. As such, it's crucial for property owners to know some of the best termite control measures to avert infestation. But what attracts termites to a home?
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Two pest control measures that school headmasters should take

Posted on: 18 February 2020

A pest outbreak in a school can disrupt lessons and scheduled exams and can put the teachers, admin staff and students at risk of harm. Because of this, school headmasters should try to do everything they can to prevent such outbreaks. Here are two pest control measures that these professionals can take. They should insist that students keep their lockers clean and should do spot checks of the lockers on a regular basis
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Rat Control: Why You Should Ditch the Poison for Better Alternatives

Posted on: 13 January 2020

Do you have a rat infestation in your home? If so, you may be looking for ways to exterminate the pesky creatures. Besides leaving their droppings and urine all over your house, rats can also transmit diseases if they bite or scratch humans. Therefore, it's imperative to get rid of them fast.  In a bid to control a rat infestation, most people turn to poison, which is known for killing rodents instantly.
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Termites And Rain: 3 Things To Remember During Storm Season

Posted on: 9 January 2020

Every year, termites do millions of dollars' worth of damage to homes across Australia, and that damage is not limited to a specific time of year. As a first-time homeowner who does not know much about termites, you are thinking that the upcoming rain and storm season gives you a reprieve from termite attacks, but unfortunately, this is not true. Here are three points you need to know about termite activity when the rain arrives.
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