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The Threats Mosquitos Pose

As we approach Summer, the threat of mosquitos grows larger. For workers, especially those who work outside or travel, mosquitoes can pose a dangerous threat. Therefore, it is essential that you, and your employer, take steps to protect you against the threats mosquitos pose. While, in the United States, it is not common for mosquito-related

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Summer Pest Control Tips

With Summer fast approaching, pests are much more active. With pests threatening your home, it is important that you understand the dos and don’ts of pest control. Below we have listed what you should and should not do when performing your own pest control. Do: Replace any damaged window or door mesh. Repair holes in

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Preventing Ants at Home

When it comes to our homes, that last thing any of us want is uninvited guests, especially when the uninvited guests are 1 inch tall and have 6 legs. Ants, while not much of a threat when kept outside, once inside, can become a severe health hazard, contaminating food with diseases such as E. Coli

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Springtime Pests: Mosquitoes

With the arrival of Spring, despite the cold weather as of late, brings the arrival of mosquitoes. Mosquitoes, perhaps the most annoying insect to deal with, are extremely dangerous due to their tendency to spread a variety of diseases, some even capable of death. It is important that you arm yourself with the proper ways

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Practicing Safe Pest Control

At Accurate Pest Control, we understand that there are some out there that want to take care of the issue themselves. We respect your decision but want to make sure you are practicing pest control safely and responsibly. When it comes to using pesticides as a means of pest control, it is important for you

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How to Combat Bed Bugs

Bed bugs have been an issue in the United States for quite a while now. They are known to feed on human hosts, leaving itchy bites on the skin. The Environmental Protection Agency, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the United States Department of Agriculture all classify bed bugs are a public health

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