Monthly Archives: January 2020

Jan 18

Spring Valley Fly Infestation

By Pest Control Expert | Flies , Pest Control , Professional Pest Control

Spring Valley House Fly

Dangers of a House Fly Infestation

Spring Valley Flies Carry Disease

Attractive, isn't it?

Houseflies have appeared in stories dating as far back as the Bible and Greek mythology, and have probably been around long before there were houses! I wonder what they were called then?

They have reared their ugly little heads in historic art and have long interested scientists because of their unusual sex determination mechanism.

While their common name suggests that they’re supposed to dwell in houses just like people, they have the potential to be dangerous when they mingle among humans and their pets.

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Jan 07

How to Treat Bed Bugs

By Pest Control Expert | Bed Bugs , Bedbugs , DIY Pest Control , Pest Control

Professional and DIY Bed Bug Treatment

Bed Bugs Mating

Bed Bug Treatment Warning

Getting rid of bed bugs yourself is a tricky, complex and time consuming process that requires a number of products to be purchased.

Although this article leads you through the process, our recommendation is that you engage a local pest control professional who will have the local knowledge, equipment and product to eliminate your bed bug problem as quickly and efficiently as possible.

There are 6 aspects to treating bed bugs in your home and each must be followed through to completion.

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Jan 03

Spring Brings Slugs and Snails to Spring Valley Gardens

By Pest Control Expert | DIY Pest Control , Gardening , Pest Control , Slugs , Snails

Spring Valley Snails Are Garden Pests

Spring Valley Snail

Although Spring has not yet sprung, it's not that far away. You need to be ready to protect your precious plants and seedlings from the ravages of spring garden pests.

Your garden will attract a lot of spring pests. Snails and slugs will be your most frequent visitors, especially after rain. They will emerge to feed on your greens, plant seeds, seedlings, underground tubers, leaves and fruit. Damage to seedlings often results in the death of the plant.

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