• Can Household Pests Cause Asthma Attacks?

    Airborne allergens are the primary cause of asthma attacks in asthma sufferers. Reducing lung irritants in your home such as aerosols, air fresheners, cigarette smoke and mould can help to reduce the risk of asthma attacks. Unfortunately, some common household pests can also trigger asthma attacks. If you or someone else in your household suffers from asthma, step up your pest control efforts to prevent the following pests from triggering asthma attacks.
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  • Termite Habits That Enhance the Effectiveness of Liquid Termiticides

    For a long time, liquid termiticides have been the ideal solution for properties experiencing a termite infestation. As their name suggests, liquid termiticides are in liquid form and are typically applied around a property's perimeter to deter and kill termites. Liquid termiticides can effectively control subterranean termites, but their effectiveness depends on understanding the pests' behaviours. This article highlights how liquid termiticides rely on pest behaviour for efficacy. Termites' Grooming Habits — Learning that termites are big on grooming often comes as a surprise to most homeowners, considering that the pests spend most of their lives underground in the dirt.
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