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I've worked with a lot of rodent bait stations over the years, and I really like the new "Protecta Evo Ambush" from Bell Labs. It received a Tier 1 rating by the EPA for tamper resistance to dogs and children, and the price is comparable to the Protecta LP. If you're trying to solve a rodent problem I highly recommend this station.
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Restaurant fly control works if you use the right products for the job. I typically recommend a combination of fly lights and fly baits depending on the setting.
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Getting rid of a bed bug infestation can seem like a daunting task. Breaking the job down into simple steps can help you eliminate the bed bug infestation.

Bed Bug Control Steps:
1. Eliminate all clutter in the room. Bed bugs love clutter
2. Inspect all seams and cracks for blood stains and live bugs (they love to hide)
3. Use residual insecticides in all areas where you think they can hide. I prefer to use mattress encasements on the mattress so I don't have to spray the mattress.
4. Retreat at least once to ensure all bugs are gone.

For more detailed bed bug elimination steps visit:
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The EPA recently changed the rules for baiting rodents outside.
Key Points to Keep in mind:
1. Rodent Bait must be kept in rodent bait stations.
2. The bait must be anchored so that it can't be shaken out of the station.
3. The bait station must be placed within 100 feet of a man-made structure
4. When baiting a rodent burrow, only pellet baits are acceptable.

For more information and recommended baits see our website: http://store.doyourownpestcontrol.com/rodent-baiting-outside
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When rodents invade your home or business, the two most popular pest control methods are traps and baits. Understanding the benefits and draw backs of each helps you make the right decision.

If you're a pest control novice then you are more likely to find success using baits. There is a chance that dead rodents will get stuck in your walls however. Live traps are always the friendliest method to the animals, but they require some level of knowledge to get the job done.

If you ever have questions about the right approach call me: 1-800-476-3368

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For your information, Mr. Cline, the Raccoon in Not a member of the bear family. It belongs to the Procyonidae family, along with Coati, Kinkajou, and Ringtail to name a few. This misinformation is unprofessional, and makes your company lack credibility.
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