Pest Proofing

Beware Spiders! Here’s What Attracts Spiders in Your Home

The things that attract spiders inside your home.

Find out what makes the creepy eight-legged creatures inside your home. Thinks that might not look like a big deal can be heaven for spiders. Here’s how to get rid of them, and minimise the chance of a spider getting inside your house.

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The Most Common Small Summer Pests and How to Proof Your Home From Them

How to proof your house against the nasty summer pests.

The weather is getting warmer and warmer with every single day. It’s just a matter of time before Summer comes and all kinds of summer pests invade our homes and gardens. Dealing with an infestation isn’t the best of time, but when they are taking away from the oh so precious summer time it’s even…

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Don’t Succumb to the Mosquito Infestation! Here’s How to Deal with Flying Bloodsuckers

Dealing with a mosquito infestation

The mosquito season is just around the corner. Those flying little insects can be a real pain in the neck. Not only they are annoying, mosquitos are known disease carriers. They can be a threat to your family, so just sticking up with the problem is not a good decision. In order to avoid getting…

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Common Pest Control Mistakes

These are the top pest control mistake that people make when they are trying to solve their problem.

Living in a house that has an infestation going on is a really bad thing. It can be harmful to you, your family and anyone who lives in the house. This is why most people try to find a way, by any means necessary, to remove the infestation from your home. It’s best if this…

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5 Pest Proofing Tips for The 5 Most Common Ants in Australia

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As similar as they seem to the human eye, ants come in numerous different species, shapes, and sizes. There are over 10,000 different species of ants, and most of them have distinct habits, behaviour, and characteristics. For their small size, these little creatures seem to thrive in Australia. In a publication from 1999 it’s estimated…

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