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How to get rid of #carpenterants in your #home

Carpenter ants are a mean pest. Many homeowners may be under the impression that these insects love to eat wood, but they would be wrong. The ants don't eat the wood, they just chew at it in order to burrow into the wood and create a shelter for themselves. Once a colony is created, ants will develop connecting tunnels throughout the wood and may begin to venture into any other untouched wood nearby. Consider these tips to keep carpenter ants out. 

http://sitecore.abell.ca/About-Abell/Media/Articles/How-to-get-rid-of-carpenter-ants-in-your-home
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How to keep #bats out of your #attic

Bats are an animal most commonly seen on a warm, summer evening when they are hunting for mosquitoes. However, sometimes these small, poor-sighted creatures come into places they shouldn't, such an an attic. Homeowners may not know they even have a bat issue until they see the pest taking a nap during the day. bats can also frighten people if they wake up and begin to fly around. Consider these tips to keep bats out of your attic.

http://sitecore.abell.ca/About-Abell/Media/Articles/How-to-keep-bats-out-of-your-attic
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Why #bakingsoda may be useful in the #garden

A garden is a wonderful thing to have and enjoy. However, many gardeners may become sad when they notice that something is off - there's a white film on their plants' leaves, there are holes in flora or there are bugs everywhere. These three factors, whether together or alone, may indicate you have an issue in your garden. Regardless of whether you have an extensive plot or just a few small potted plants, baking soda may be the elixir you need. Consider these reasons why using baking soda can keep your garden at its best. 

http://sitecore.abell.ca/About-Abell/Media/Articles/Why-baking-soda-may-be-useful-in-the-garden
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How to prevent #pests in your #retailstore

If you're a store owner, you know that you want to keep your customers as happy as possible. So, you don't want customers complaining about a hole in their pants, or much worse, a bed bug in their fitting room. Though it may seem like an uncommon occurrence, pests will make themselves right at home anywhere, and retail stores are no exception. If you own a store or even a store manager, you don't want this happening to you. Consider these tips to keep pests out of your store.

http://sitecore.abell.ca/About-Abell/Media/Articles/How-to-prevent-pests-in-your-retail-store

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How to avoid bringing #home #bedbugs from the #store

People may have heard about bed bugs in mattresses, suitcases and even in apartments and homes. It seems there is no place that these crawlers can't reach. However, they've found a new spot to invade: clothing stores. People are becoming increasingly frightened as they discover a bed bug infestation only a few days after taking a shopping trip. Once this happens, there's very little a homeowner can do other than call a pest control company to have their home fumigated. Consider these tips to prevent bed bugs from coming home with you from a retail store.

http://sitecore.abell.ca/About-Abell/Media/Articles/How-to-avoid-bringing-home-bed-bugs-from-the-store
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How to keep #voles out of your #home in the #winter

In the winter, many pests go underground searching for warmth. However, some pests, such as voles, rise to the occasion. These pests are blind, and as a relative of the mouse, can be found in meadows and other open areas of land. Yet sometimes they're found in places they shouldn't be. They aren't afraid of a little snow, and may burrow through it to get to warmer, safer areas. Sometimes these places are houses or basements. Consider these tips to keep voles out of your home this winter.

http://sitecore.abell.ca/About-Abell/Media/Articles/How-to-keep-voles-out-of-your-home-in-the-winter
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Pest prevention manual for this Winter

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All about bedbugs

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How to keep #pests out of your #basilplants

Basil is one of the most common herbs used by people, and is in plenty of dishes. However, it also is a fan favorite among select pests. Homeowners may be astonished when they see holes in several leaves on their basil plants, as this herb is fairly hardy and can survive in several types of elements. Consider these tips to keep pests away from the basil in your garden.

http://sitecore.abell.ca/About-Abell/Media/Articles/How-to-keep-pests-out-of-your-basil-plants
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How to keep #pests out of your #crawlspace

Most homeowners have a crawl space, or a small area in between the ground and your home. Normally, they're about 3 or 4 feet in height, which is why they are not easily accessible for humans. However, these spaces are accessible to pests that can easily crawl underground and make a home in your crawl space. These areas are often warm, as they are near pipes and heat ducts that lead to your home. It doesn't take a large opening for pests to wiggle their way into this space and possibly your home. Consider these tips to keep pests out of your crawl space.

http://sitecore.abell.ca/About-Abell/Media/Articles/How-to-keep-pests-out-of-your-crawl-space
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