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All Pest Control services in the Christiansburg VA, Blacksburg VA, Radford VA, Pulaski VA, and Floyd VA area.

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There are numerous theories on the best way to remove a tick, but if you find one on you or a loved one, keep it simple and use this image from the CDC to guide you.
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#Realtors. Let All Pest Control help with your next Real Estate Closing. We offer #Termite Clearance Letters, Water Sampling Inspections, Septic Walkover Inspections, and Mold/Fungi Remediation. Order your next inspection online:

http://goallpest.com/realtor-order-inspection/
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This is the time of year termites come out in search of a new habitat, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) has declared March 25-29 Termite Awareness Week. This designation serves to warn homeowners about termite dangers and to educate them about ways to ensure their home isn't the next feeding ground for these voracious pests.

Termites are known as "silent destroyers" because of their ability to chew through wood, flooring and even wallpaper undetected. Swarmers, looking to start a new colony, are typically the first sign of termite season as these winged pests show up inside homes in early spring. It is important that homeowners do not mistake swarmers for flying ants, as the two species look alike to an untrained eye. Discarded wings near windowsills and doors signal that swarmers have already found their way in.

As termites cause $5 billion in property damage every year, the NPMA offers these termite-prevention tips for homeowners:
* Avoid water accumulation near the home's foundation.
* Keep mulch at least 15 inches from the foundation. 
* Repair leaking faucets, water pipes and AC units.
* Replace weather stripping, and repair loose mortar around basement foundation and windows.
* Store firewood at least 20 feet away from the house and 5 inches off the ground.

* Routinely inspect the foundation of your home for signs of mud tubes (used by termites to reach a food source), cracked or bubbling paint and wood that sounds hollow when tapped.

Find more information or to sign up for a free termite inspection visit:
http://goallpest.com/schedule-your-free-inspection/
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Yearly inspection can keep #termite #damage like this from happening.

http://goallpest.com/residential-pest-control/termites/
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Hearing stuff in the walls at night? Call us to take care of your rodents.
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Bed Bug Prevention When Traveling
One of the most common ways of encountering bed bugs is during travel. Whether traveling in the United States or internationally, there are hundreds of places where your luggage might come in contact with bed bugs. Bed bugs might be in your hotel room, in the trunk of the taxi, in the luggage compartment of the airplane, or in the baggage handling facility at the airport. While you may not be able to control your bag’s travel experience, you can inspect your hotel room before your sleep there, and you can inspect your luggage prior to bringing it into your home. Inspecting your hotel room for bed bugs is very important for protecting yourself against bed bug bites as well as preventing bed bugs from infesting your bag. Hotel infestations are typically focused near the bed, so a quick inspection of the mattress and head board is generally enough for you to determine if bed bugs are present. Before opening your suitcase:




• Pull back all of the bedding at the head of the bed near the head board to look for bed bugs or their fecal stains on the mattress (usually several black spots in a group)


• Check the underside of the mattress tag


• Check the seams of the mattress and the boxsprings


• If possible remove the head board from the wall and inspect the back of it, particularlythe holes for set in screws and the plate that allows the head board to hang from the wall.


• If bed bug evidence is found, report it to the management and ask for another room.


For more information go to: http://goallpest.com/residential-pest-control/bed-bugs/
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Found these little guys hanging out in one of our customers closets.
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2014-06-20
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