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January 26, 2017

Black Mold - The Often Overlooked and Toxic Menace

In most cases, mold may become an issue in particularly damp areas in a home - like a crawlspace or attic - where little foot traffic and poor ventilation creates a safe, unseen spot for mold to grow. These areas are well-known mold incubators, and many homeowners know to regularly inspect damp areas like these to keep mold growth at bay.

But there are some instances when a particularly nasty black mold may develop unseen, taking refuge in spots around your home you may otherwise not think to check. The causes for these pockets of mold growth can be numerous, but the results tend to be the same across the board - ill health effects for those exposed.

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January 24, 2017

5 Effective Methods For Bed Bug Control in Multifamily Housing

Ask any experienced pest control specialist about bed bugs and they’ll probably tell you that bed bugs are the real deal. Amazingly effective at spreading and notoriously difficult to eradicate, bed bugs have been one of the industry’s major nuisances for decades - and that’s despite amazing advances in bed bug eradication methods.

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January 11, 2017

Cockroaches are Any Hotel's Least Welcome Guests

Ask any hotel owner and they’ve probably got stories of terrible guests from the past - likely, guests who have been overly needy, too loud, or who decide not to leave on time. But when it comes to who takes the title for worst hotel guests of all time, the winner may evoke a shudder from many hotel owners out there: cockroaches.

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January 10, 2017

5 Problem Areas During Home Inspections & What They All Have In Common

If you’re a homeowner looking to sell your property in the near future, you wouldn’t be alone in being stressed out by an inspection. For those not diligent about the most common problem areas, an inspection may point out serious problems - namely, the presence of mold. Mold can be a determined invader, requiring extensive removal that can put a serious damper on the home sale process.

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January 4, 2017

Mild Winters Lead To Booming Mice Populations

For those living in older or inadequately-insulated homes, each year’s onset of winter can often bring with it the return of mice and other rodents. As temperatures continue to drop outside, these pests come scurrying to the warmth of homes and office buildings alike in search of food and warmth. It’s enough to leave many business owners wishing for longer summers, and to push off the cold as long as possible - but in reality, these warmer winters may only be making the rodent problem worse.

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