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"Pest Prevention"

 
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Souderton Homeowners' Secret To Effective Flea & Tick Control 

May 5, 2021

Although fleas and ticks are very different pests, they are often grouped together because of how they infest and cause similar problems. Cat fleas are the most common flea species found in the Souderton, Pennsylvania area. Fleas are small, under 1/4th an inch long, and wingless. Like ticks, fleas feed on blood and change from dark brown to reddish-brown after a blood meal....

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How To Tell If Your New Castle Home Has A Cockroach Problem

April 30, 2021

Cockroaches’ reputation for being one of the grossest household pests isn’t anywhere near unearned. They hang out on corpses, feast on garbage, and sleep in sewers – and then they bring all the pathogens from those places with them when they scurry across your kitchen counter with their filthy, hairy feet. Below, we’ll talk more about the signs of cockroach infestation as well as tips to prevent them and what to do if y...

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How Dangerous Are The Wasps In New Castle?

April 28, 2021

Here in Delaware, we’ve got our fair share of stinging insects. One of the scariest and most unpleasant stingers you can encounter is the wasp. These insects will often aggressively defend their nests, they can sting as many times as they want, and their stings pack a particularly painful punch. Many kinds of wasps can invade your New Castle property, from cow killers to paper wasps to spider wasps. ...

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New Castle's Tick Bite Field Guide

April 26, 2021

Here in New Castle, we’re just about as far east of the Mississippi as you can get without hitting the Atlantic. That means we’ve got hot summers, high humidity, and a ton of vegetation – the perfect environment for ticks to thrive. Since we’re also right on the Delaware River and a short drive from the Wharton State Forest, ticks have even more opportunities to drop on us while...

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