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Why Do Invading Insects Move To New Parts Of A Home Toward The End Of Summer?

August 31st, 2018

Why Do Invading Insects Move To New Parts Of A Home Toward The End Of Summer? No matter what time of year it is, people’s homes are always crawling with a variety of different creepy-crawly species. Insects and spiders may invade homes in an effort to avoid deadly climatic conditions, but spider and insect sightings…

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What Makes Tree-Dwelling Termites Unique?

August 9th, 2018

Many people have heard that termites are divided into three basic groups. These groups are subterranean termites, which are soil-dwellers, drywood and dampwood termites. The termites that are almost always responsible for infestations in people’s homes are subterranean termites. This is because subterranean termites form large colonies that travel unseen beneath the ground’s surface. Both…

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Property Managers Tragically Failed To Address A Brown Recluse Infestation Within An Apartment Unit

August 7th, 2018

We have all had dealings with landlords in the past. Hopefully your former, or current landlord is an honest and helpful individual who responds promptly to insect pest complaints. However, it is no secret that the world is full of shady landlords who fail to live up to their ethical and legal duties. For example,…

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The Development Of Insects As Biological Weapons In America Remains Shrouded In Mystery To This Day

August 6th, 2018

Many other insect-related blogs have described how insects have been used as weapons of war throughout human history. The use of insects as weapons of warfare has been in practice for thousands of years, so it must be pretty effective. Given the high fatality rate that results just from mosquito bites alone, it may not…

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A Small Fortune Of Termite-Damaged Currency Was Replaced By A Bank After It Was Found In A Garbage Can

August 3rd, 2018

It is not uncommon for senior citizens to store their money away within their own secret stashes. It seems odd to younger people that the elderly would forgo the service and security that a person gets by dealing with a bank. However, our grandparents lived during a time when the the Federal Government did not…

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Apartment Owners Kept Active Termite Infestations Within Numerous Units A Secret From Tenants

August 1st, 2018

The Enston district of Charleston, South Carolina is a relatively affluent area, which is why affordable housing is a necessity for the region’s less well-off residents. The Charleston Housing Authority owns two large thirteen story duplexes that house numerous tenants who have difficulty paying the high rent rates in other apartment buildings in the city.…

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August 2018