Monday, July 14, 2014
"Clean Kitchens Any expert in pest management in Fort Wayne, IN will tell you that the best way to prevent roaches from invading your restaurant would be to keep the kitchen and bathrooms spotless at all times. Enforce a strict “Clean as You Go” rule with all your employees. Cockroaches are hard to deter and even harder to get rid of, especially on your own. If you find yourself struggling to do so, you may want to call in a Fort Wayne pest management service like Liberty Pest Management, Inc. Many pest control experts use natural pest control methods instead of harsh chemicals, which is a perfect way to get rid of roaches yet keeping your food safe for consumption."
Saturday, July 12, 2014
"Bright Clothes Several studies have shown that mosquitoes are naturally attracted to dark colored clothing. Shades of blue are their favorite. If you still have that bright beach polo from Hawaii, now is definitely the time to wear it. Apart from these natural preventive measures, you may want to ask a trusted pest control service in Fort Wayne like Liberty Pest Management, Inc. to inspect your home. An experienced exterminator can help you locate areas in your home that may be collecting the stagnant water that mosquitoes love so much. Exterminators can also advise you on other natural pest control methods that keep mosquitoes at bay without threatening the health of your family."
Thursday, July 10, 2014
"Responsible Fort Wayne exterminators, such as Liberty Pest, Inc., may be able to help with identifying and eliminating relatively harmful spiders. In general, spiders play a role in containing insect populations, so people can’t just kill them on sight. Seeing a tarantula approach, though, could get a normally composed person all worked up. The article gives some helpful pointers on how to recognize spider species: Color It’s easy to panic at the sight of a spider, but stay calm and study their appearance from a distance. Start with their regular colors. The marbled spider, for example, has an abdomen with predominantly yellow parts, but its legs have red and white stripes. Some spiders have bright colors, while some camouflage their appearance."
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
"The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that people infected with chikungunya do acquire immunity from the virus once they are well. However, newborn children and people already afflicted with other illnesses are vulnerable to serious cases. Chikungunya is usually carried by the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which is abundant in Indiana. A mosquito and termite exterminator in Fort Wayne such as Liberty Pest Inc., would usually evaluate your home and implement environment-friendly measures to ward off the mosquito threat. Some experts recommend to throw away leftover water from the kiddie pool and to dispose of old tires after draining them of water inside the tubes. Allen County Health Commissioner Deborah McMahan adds that people should wear insect repellent and stay indoors when the mosquitoes are out in force."