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Box elder population grows in 2017 increasing need for pest control.

If it seems like you're seeing more box elder bugs than normal this year, it's not your imagination. After a highly productive 2016, the distinctive insects are showing up in even greater numbers this fall, requiring local pest control. Read more at: http://ow.ly/78r130ft8e2
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Commercial facilities also need bed bug removal services.

Their name might suggest that bed bugs are strictly found in homes and other residential areas where people sleep and rest. But the small, blood-sucking insects are being discovered in commercial buildings such as offices, schools and libraries as well, which means business owners potentially need bed bug removal services. Read more at: http://ow.ly/rD5330ft5xR
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Branch Office: Pests Moving from Trees to Your Home This Fall

Whether it's a sugar maple, white pine or red oak, trees can add beauty and character to a home. They can create a shady spot in a backyard or even a place to rest with a strategically placed hammock.
But they can also be home to a number of pests, including insects and rodents. And as the temperatures drop and the leaves fall, these pests look to move on to the nearest warmer location, which is often your home. Here are six pests that hope to move into your home in the fall and can require a professional pest control. Read more at: http://ow.ly/UUki30eX37l
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DIY Home Pest Control: Is it Worth the Effort?

Do-it-yourself may be fine for some projects - minor auto repair or even home brewing - but when it comes to home pest control, should you always leave it to the professionals?
For some, the question may not be easy to answer. There are a number of commercial pest control products available, which can give the impression that the solution to a pest control issue is as easy as buying a spray can or setting a trap.
But these DIY remedies come with various concerns... Read more at: http://ow.ly/RrXq30eX1nz
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Watch out for these pests in your pantry.

You know to watch out for insects around spilled food and any lingering items in your trash - but did you know that are pests that can create a problem in stored dry products? Restaurant and bakery owners who have dried products, such as flour, can be the perfect environment for different insects. Beetles are one of the top pests that can take refuge in dried food products. Read on to learn what you need to know about these stored product pests - and how to keep them away: Read more at: http://ow.ly/JOOK30dGPDQ
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How industrial facilities can use organic pest management.

Industrial plant managers know that when faced with a pest problem, they need a solution that is fast, cost-efficient and environmentally safe. Food processors working with organic items also know the importance of keeping non-organic materials outside the facility. When looking to handle a pest infestation, these companies can come to Abell for a four-step organic facilities management program. Read more at: http://ow.ly/EYg830dxYyt
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What is geese hazing (and how can it help)?

Geese flying overhead in a V-pattern is usually a sign of winter. However, some geese may choose to linger, making their home in parks, backyards and other residential spaces and quickly create a nuisance for landlords. Read more at:
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The Abell Difference with Electronic Site Management
Restaurateurs or food processing facilities with multiple locations know how impossible it is to be everywhere at once. The same is true for landlords managing several properties. To get a better handle of addressing pest control, businesses need technology. Using technology to manage pest control offers many benefits. Read more at: http://ow.ly/zFJv30dr9nC
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Why restaurateurs need drain maintenance.
No matter how much scrubbing you do, it can feel impossible to get rid of grease in a restaurant. And while many chefs know never to pour grease down the drain, new hires may not. Lifehacker noted that bacon fat - which can solidify at room temperature - should be thrown out with the rest of the garbage. If it's not, it can solidify, ultimately blocking pipes and creating sewage problems. Read more at: http://ow.ly/E82X30dr7oo
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The damp could mean more pests this summer.

Home gardeners and farmers alike know how important it is to plant their seeds at the right time. Plant too early and they create more work for themselves with tough ground and hard growing conditions. If they plant too late, they run the risk of a short growing season.
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