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Why You Should Leave Wildlife Trapping to The Professionals


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If you are a resident of Kansas, you may have experienced a run-in with a wild animal in one way or another. You may often see squirrels playing in the trees, raccoons fumbling around in a trash bin, or your dog might have been sprayed by a skunk at one point. But have you ever had any of these wildlife pests invade your property or home? Having a wildlife infestation can be extremely frustrating…

What Is Home Sealing?


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Many homeowners have no idea what home sealing means and how it pertains to pest control services. When it comes down to it, home sealing can be described simply as being one of the best ways to prevent pests from entering your home. Some homeowners may not realize that most pests can get into homes through the smallest of openings—even smaller than the size of a quarter! You may have…

Why You Should Consider A Real Estate Inspection


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Buying a home is likely to be the single biggest investment you’ll ever make. Considering you’ll spend the next 15 to 30 years paying for it, the home buying process is extremely important. You want to make sure you’re choosing the right home for your needs today and in the future; as well as choosing a sound investment. Part of your home buying process should involve a real…

Avoiding Pantry Pests This Thanksgiving


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It’s stressful preparing to have family over to your house for Thanksgiving. You spend so much time wanting to make sure everything is perfect. You clean and organize and prepare a beautiful table, complete with a cornucopia centerpiece and your best china. Don’t let one overlooked detail be the demise of your picture-perfect Thanksgiving feast. As you may be pulling out your flour for…

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