ant control

Create a Space Where Bumble Bees Thrive

Create a Space Where Bumble Bees Thrive

By 1seodev / January 16, 2019

In the last week, bees have formally been listed as an endangered animal for the first time. With over 20,000 different species of bees, it’s truly heartbreaking to hear that these insects are endangered. From the pollination that they provide to flowers to the honey that they create, there are plenty of ways that our…

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3 Pests That Hide in Your Pantry

By 1seodev / January 12, 2019

In our last blog post, we touched on how your pantry is one of the most common places that you can find pests in your home. While kitchens are the last place that you really want to find pests within your home, the food sources that are easily accessible in the pantry is what makes…

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New Years Resolutions to Help Reduce Pests

New Year’s Resolutions to Help Reduce Pests

By 1seodev / January 2, 2019

The new year has just begun, which means that it’s time to create resolutions and determine in which areas of your life you want to work on improving. While many feel that resolutions are designed for weight loss and finances, that’s not the case. Creating intentions to improve other aspects of your life is something…

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Common Pest Problems During the Holidays

Common Pest Control Problems During the Holidays

By 1seodev / November 1, 2018

The holidays are supposed to bring nothing but joy and laughter, but there are times when they bring so much more. The unpleasant surprise of pests during the holidays is one that we know all too well. If you’re looking to keep the number of pests in and around your Sacramento home at a minimum…

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What To Look For In A Pest Control Company

What to Look for In a Pest Control Company

By 1seodev / October 30, 2018

Pest control problems are the last thing that you want to deal with. It doesn’t matter what time of year it is, how serious the problem is, or what type of pest you have on your hands, the one thing that you want is to get rid of the pests as soon as possible. Here…

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Minimizing Pests in Your Home This Fall

By 1seodev / October 2, 2018

Seasons transitioned quickly this year. We were enjoying what felt like an extended summer when winter promptly reminded us it was soon approaching. Those drops in temperature reminded us that the season where pests start to migrate indoors is upon us, and it’s best to start preparing. In today’s blog, we’re going to cover a…

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Benefits of Pest Control in Your Rental Property

By 1seodev / September 14, 2018

California has been, and will continue to be, one of the top places to live. Whether you own a property that you have long-term renters in or you’ve got a property intended for short stays through Airbnb, pest control and pest management is your responsibility. While you’re not living in the property, one of the…

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Some of California’s Most Dangerous Pests

By 1seodev / September 7, 2018

Living in California has its perks. From the warm weather to the beaches that you can find across the coast of the state, there are plenty of aspects about California for you to enjoy. One thing, however, that you should be prepared for are the pests that come with it. In today’s blog post we…

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Educational Information From the Experts: Ant Eradication

By 1seodev / July 30, 2018

Which species are considered ‘ants’? Most people don’t know that there are over 10,000 different species of ants in the world. This is because only about 25 of these species commonly infest homes in the United States, with even fewer infesting California homes. However, it might not feel like they are so uncommon if you…

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A Comprehensive Guide To Carpenter Ants

By 1seodev / July 5, 2018

In a previous guide, we discussed the nuisance of house ants. However, these pesky creatures aren’t the only ants that can wreak havoc on your home. Another ant type that Californian homes see is the carpenter ant. Learning how to identify these ants and understanding what attracts them to a property can go a long…

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