Posts with the tag: "denver pest control"

Why Mouse Traps Are Not A Good Solution

January

22

2014

The common school of thought says that when a homeowner hears the scratching and gnawing of a rat or mouse behind the wall, that a simple mouse trap or two will take care of the problem. Although mouse traps do have their place in pest control, the fact is that a mouse trap does not offer a comprehensive solution to your rodent infestation.

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Got Bed Bugs? Here’s How To Tell!

October

28

2013

How do you know if your Colorado home has bed bugs? Although these pests can be quite elusive, they leave behind some tell-tale signs that knowledgeable homeowners may recognize. Think you might have bed bugs? Check your home for these signs of bed bugs:

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DIY Spider Prevention Tips From The Denver Pest Control Pros

October

18

2013

Do you know why you have spiders in Colorado? These pests enter homes for many different reasons, almost all of which can be prevented. The home pest control experts at EnviroPest by Sprague would like to offer you a few do-it-yourself spider control tips to help prevent these pests from entering your home.

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DIY Miller Moth Control for Colorado Homeowners

October

14

2013

In Colorado, the miller moth is a very common pest- in fact, it is known to be the most common moth in Colorado. The miller moth is the adult stage of the army cutworm; before the cutworm becomes an adult, it feeds on crops and garden plants and as an adult, it feeds on nectar. This moth can become a nuisance pest when it migrates from the plains to the mountains in late spring following the…

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