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Fact 2: There's almost nothing you can do to keep certain bugs away.
“People tend to think that maintaining good hygiene will prevent them from getting bedbugs," says Ron Harrison, PhD, Orkin's director of technical services. "That's just totally wrong. Unlike most other insects, bedbugs don't care about food or moisture—they just want your blood." Because the bugs hitchhike into your home on luggage, clothing or furniture, Dr. Harrison recommends being vigilant about examining items before bringing them inside. Unpack suitcases in the garage and think twice about picking up that flea market sofa.

Fact 1: A tidy kitchen alone won't make your home immune to infestations.
While many insects and rodents are attracted to food, open bags of chips and dirty dishes on the counter aren't the only things that make your house a bug magnet. "Moisture, as well as food, plays a big role in the attraction and sustainability of pests," says Bob Young, a division service manager for Terminix in the Northeast. "Leaving moisture sources around the home or having areas where moisture may pool can attract pests." He recommends keeping gutters unclogged and making sure that downspouts direct water at least 3 to 4 feet away from your home's foundation. Additionally, decorative pools and baths should be drained regularly.

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Money Back Guarantee: To be eligible for a refund of your last service payment, re-treatments must qualify as outlined. Qualifying re-treatments are defined as return service requests for COVERED PESTS only and not for pests determined EXTENDED COVERAGE OR ADDITIONAL COST.

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House Crickets are typically grey or brown in color, growing to 16-21 millimeters in length. There are about 900 species of crickets. They tend to be nocturnal and are often confused with grasshoppers because they have a similar body structure including jumping hind legs. Crickets are harmless to humans.
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Wolf Spiders are robust and agile hunters with good eyesight. They are nocturnal spiders and spend most of their time in deep tubular burrows, under rocks and in other natural shelters. They are an important natural control on harmful insects. Although their bite is considered harmless to humans, the bite of some species may be painful
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a barrier of protection
pests can’t penetrate.
Nothing gets past it.

Your Armor technician will remove visible spider webs and wasps nests along eaves, doors, windows, gutters, and overhangs — paying careful attention to cracks and crevices along the foundation where pests gain entry.
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