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Bed Bug Control MN

As you may know, bed bug infestations are challenging people in all kinds of residences. Besides, sucking blood from their victims, they leave unsightly fecal matters and shed skins in bed-associated parts, cracks, crevices, voids, folded places, as well as in every imaginable place of their hidden spaces. Furthermore, they are known to cause extreme anxiety to vulnerable individuals by turning their lives into nightmares. (more…)

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Bedbug Problem In Minnesota

They are increasingly being encountered in homes, apartments, hotels, motels, health care facilities, dormitories, shelters, schools, and modes of transport.  Other places where bed bugs sometimes appear include movie theaters, laundries/dry cleaners, furniture rental outlets and office buildings.  Immigration and international travel have undoubtedly contributed to the resurgence of bedbugs in the U.S. Changes in modern pest control practice — and less effective bed bug pesticides — are other factors suspected for the recurrence. (more…)

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Minnesota Pest Control – Spider Problem

Most people are well aware how beneficial spiders are because they eat insects, still there is much confusion and unwarranted fear of the potential harm spiders might do to people. Spiders rank just behind bees and wasps as the most feared arthropod. It is common for any unexplained skin irritation to be called a “spider bite.

If you have an insect or pest problem, it is not uncommon to also have a Spider problem. Spiders feed upon insects, so it is natural for them to infest areas where large amounts of pests are present. (more…)

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The Future Of The Current Bed Bug Epidemic

When your child goes to school his or her coat hangs next to those of friends. Hats are shared and naptime is spent on the communal class carpet. Elementary school means sleep over birthday parties. High school students share rides in cars. And while children study and play together, you may be flying to London for a meeting and your shirt happens to fall on the hotel room floor, picking up a few of the sticky insect eggs and bringing them back in your luggage. You might be checking a book out of the library or simply working at your desk. Your babysitter might take a nap on the couch. Any of these activities could bring bed bugs into your home or send them to someone else’s. The global bed bug epidemic is real. Business travelers fly from city to city, and so do the bugs. As they spread, you and your family are increasingly at risk. (more…)

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Milkweed Bug vs. Box Elder Bug

Milkweed bugs look remarkably like boxelder bugs until you compare the two together. The difference is then quite noticeable. Milkweed bugs are primarily found on or near milkweed and some other plants of the same family. Milkweed bugs are not normally found indoors-unless you have a field full of milkweed. (more…)

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Minnesota Multicolored Asian Beetles Pest Control

Not all bugs are as cute as these!

Homeowners often express concern and aggravation with these nuisance pests. During late autumn, homeowners complain that Multicolored Asian Lady Beetles cluster on the sides of houses; “crunch” under foot; get into food and drinks; alight on hands, arms, and other parts of the body; and sometimes enter the ears and mouth. The lady beetles can be so numerous that they appear to be “raining” outdoors or swarming like bees. (more…)

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Cockroaches Minneapolis & St Paul | Pest Control MN

 Fun Facts About Cockroaches

  • Cockroaches have been around since the time of dinosaurs

    Minnesota Cockroach

  • A cockroach can live almost a month without food
  • A cockroach can live about two weeks without water
  • Some female cockroaches only mate once and stay pregnant for life
  • A cockroach can live for up to one week without its head
  • Cockroaches can hold their breath for up to 40 minutes
  • Cockroaches can run up to 3 miles an hour. (more…)

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