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The first step in eliminating roaches is to determine whether you have a problem with German Roaches or Large Roaches. German Roaches are what many people would identify as "water bugs" (because of their fondness for moist areas) or "kitchen roaches" (because that is where most infestations begin.) They prefer a warm, moist environment (your kitchen and bathrooms) and love to hitch a ride from your grocery store, flea markets, day care center, even your friend's home! Large Roaches, or what some people refer to as Palmetto bugs and "flying roaches", prefer a cool damp area (sewers, septic tanks, cellars and basements, mulch, etc.) and usually wander in from outdoors.

This page will launch you to different links concerning the biology of common household rodents, rats, mice. You will also find the description and ordering information of the many rodent control products (humane live traps, rat and mouse snap traps, T-Rex Rat Trap, Rat Zapper 2000, rodent bait stations, rat glue traps, mouse glue boards, rodent baits) used to eliminate these pests in homes, apartments, warehouses, restaurants and other food handling establishments. In order for your rodent control program to be effective (as well as efficient) on a long term basis, all four basic steps should be implemented.

In this article, you will find info on: tick biology and habits, identification of the two major families of ticks, ticks as vectors of Lyme Disease (and other diseases) and tick extermination. The more you understand the habits and life of ticks, the easier it will be to eliminate them from your environment. Ticks are one of the last things you want to find crawling in your home, infesting your lawn and shrubs or attached to your pets and family members. These little blood-suckers can be a stubborn pest to eliminate if given a chance to take hold.

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In order for your rodent control program to be effective (as well as efficient) on a long term basis, all four basic steps should be implemented. Inspection: There are ten signs that a professional should look for when conducting their initial (and follow-up) inspection: Droppings, tracks, gnaw marks, burrowing, runways, grease marks, urine stains, live or dead rodents, rodents sounds and rodent odors. A good inspection will give you a better idea of the size of the population and the routes taken by the rodents.