What is the Latest in Pest Control_

What is the Latest in Pest Control?

Pest control has many faces; depending on the pests in question, there are a number of different methods of control, some of which are eco-friendly and some which aren’t. Because some pests are extremely difficult to eradicate, the use of poisons has been popular for many years. Domestically the most common methods for pest control

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What is the Best Way to Get Rid of Bedbugs in a Mattress_ (1)

What is the Best Way to Get Rid of Bedbugs in a Mattress?

If you’re unfortunate enough to encounter bedbugs, then you’ll also know how elusive these tiny creatures are. They feed on blood and are excellent at going undetected…until you see their bites that is! If they’re infesting your bed, then your first thought will be how do I get rid of bedbugs? Bedbugs are quite small;

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Are Pest Control Treatments Safe for People and Pets (1)

Are Pest Control Treatments Safe for People and Pets?

There are many government agencies in charge of managing pesticides in Australia. They strive to ensure that the chemicals don’t damage the environment or pose a threat to human health. The regulations are under the Pesticides Act 1999 and Pesticides Regulation 2017. The need for regulating pest control treatments is because they are harmful to

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What Are the Best Solutions for Pests like Ants and Termites_

What Are the Best Solutions for Pests like Ants and Termites?

Approximately 25% of properties in Australia will be affected by termites at one time or another. A termite or ant infestation or severely affect your property and cost you a fortune in repairs. If you find yourself having recurring pest problems you need to find the best solutions. With over 350 species of termites in

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What Are the Best Processes for Termite Removal & Inspection

What Are the Best Processes for Termite Removal & Inspection?

Termites live in colonies of approximately 200,000. In Australia, about 20 species of termites cause extensive destruction to homes and other structures by eating through solid wood. The pests hide in concealed locations where they can go undetected for years. They can destroy timber from inside leaving a thin outer covering. You cannot predict the

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