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      Tips on DIY Pest Control

      Tuesday, September 20th, 2016

      Rats, insects, Raccoons, birds, and bats have the tendency of easily finding a way to enter your home. I know it is difficult to stop them because they can squeeze from tiny spaces to enter up your home. You won’t even believe how small holes can be beneficial for the rats and mice to pass […]

      Pest control methods for your garden

      Monday, October 21st, 2013

      It is obvious that if you have a garden you will have pests in it. A little cripple or weeds are common to spoil the look of your treasured garden. But you need to opt for the best pest control methods to keep your garden beautiful to look the best from the visitor’s point of […]

      Different Types of Garbage Disposal System

      Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

      Waste disposal systems have a big impact on our environment. Waste is harmful to our systems and has proven to be harmful tour environment. Waste disposal is the removal of solid waste from our business and homes. The three types of garbage disposal systems in our homes is the batch feed, septic and continuous systems. […]

      The basics of wood preservatives

      Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

      Rot is a common problem and in order to save it from damage, we may use wood preservatives. Copper naphthenate is considered to be a very good wood preservative as it acts against fungi and wood pests. This chemical is also certified by the U.S Environmental Protection Agency as safe for humans while treating wood. […]

      How to control wood pests

      Tuesday, January 12th, 2010

      Wood pests cause serious trouble to your home furnishings and affect your health as well. It does become very important to control wood pests to live in a germ free environment. There are basically two types of wood pests: powderpost beetles and dry wood termites. The first type of pest eats up your wood for […]

      How to treat woodworm

      Friday, July 10th, 2009

      Woodworm may seriously damage soft wood, whereas hard wood is also not exempted. First you need to identify the level of damage caused by the woodworm. If your structure crumbles miserably, then it will need to be replaced. If you see that only the outer layer of the wood is affected, you can get it […]