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6 Household Pests to Watch Out for

Household pests are contaminative agents that can wreak havoc on a household. It is advisable to watch out for these. Here is a list of 6 common household pest to look out for.

How to Get Rid of Ants

Ants are insects found worldwide. They belong to the insect order called Hymenoptera and are considered close relatives to bees and wasps. In comparison to other insects classified as Hymenoptera, ants have a constricted body, giving them a thin waist in appearance. Their hind wings are smaller than their front wings. With metamorphosis, they pass through various stages – egg, larval, pupa and then the adult stage

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Cockroaches

For the average homeowner, cockroaches are the worst pests imaginable. They’re often very indomitable creatures who hide in the deepest cracks and darkest corners. Not to mention that the very sight of them gives most people the creeps. Listing the reasons these insects land on the top of the pests’ list is easy but we often underestimate the nature of those pesky fellows.

6 Blood Sucking Flies You Need to Stay Clear Of

Stable flies resemble house flies but there is one main difference! These flies bite. The stable fly in its adult stage measures about 5-7m

5 Diseases Transmitted By Rodents Within the Home

When it comes to spreading diseases, rodents are not innocent creatures. In fact, they are one of the most dangerous pests since they spread a range of diseases that can cause serious harm to humans, as well as their pets. These diseases include LCMV and leptospirosis and are usually spread through bites, scratches or humans coming into contact with a rodent’s urine or feces.

What are Predatory Mites?

Like spiders, predatory mites are a kind of arthropod. However, these pests are much smaller, measuring about .5mm on average.

5 Natural Ways to Kill House Crickets

House crickets are common in most parts of the world. While they can be difficult to locate in your home, there are plenty of ways to get rid of them, even if you have a hard time finding them.