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There are billions of ‘em — those blood sucking parasites that feed on your cats and dogs and you, too, if all else fails. The female of the species routinely consumes 15 times her body weight in blood (the flea’s favorite meal) every day. This very high protein diet enables her to lay about 25 eggs every 24 hours or so, or between 600 and 800 eggs in her lifetime.

Fleas are amazing little critters. They can jump seven or eight inches up in the air, and jump more than a foot horizontally. Fleas don’t eat only when they are hungry. In fact, they are absolute gluttons, and will continue to bite its host until they can’t eat any more. There is a reason they do this and it is critical to the survival of a flea’s life cycle. Here’s how it works.

If you see a flock of fleas on your ...

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Bed Bug Treatment Preparations | Part 2

Bed Bug After Treatment thing to Do

  1. Stay in your home. It is very important that you are still living in the home during the treatment protocol. Without a human in the home the Bed Bugs will not come out of their hiding spots and get exposed to our products. Leaving the home for the treatment protocol will only make the Bed Bugs hide until you return.
  2. Keep all items picked up like laundry, shoes, bedding, backpacks. Any item that is left on the floor by the bed can become a new nesting spot for the Bed Bugs. If these items are not treated the Bed Bugs will remain in your home.
  3. Keep all stuffed toys sealed in plastic bags until the treatment protocol is completed. This is to avoid the Bed Bugs from infesting the toys and having to be thrown out.
  4. Vacuum carpets and baseboards weekly...
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FAQ about Bees | Part 2

Can I just plug up the hole and suffocate them?

If the entrance hole is plugged, the bees will look for another exit. They may find another crack or opening or they could follow light and enter your living quarters instead through gaps in baseboard, electrical outlets, or vents. However, if you do succeed in trapping the bees in the wall, expect to have a stench from the hive in the wall, and it is very probable that honey will seep out of the structure.

Will the bee’s just leave on there own if I don’t do anything about it?

No, if left alone the bees will just continue working, building more and more honey and laying more and more eggs. Eventually, your beehive can grow to be hundreds of pounds and up to forty thousand bees...

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Roach treatment | Part 2

A Little Info On Roach Treatments to help Eliminate Infestations | Part 2


If it is low, then cockroaches have abundant food sources and they will not be feeding on any type of baits. While this doesn’t happen often, it does occur and other steps should be taken to eliminate the infestation before switching to baits. For example, we want to use a traditional pest elimination approach using directed contact applications of very mild and low toxicity material applied with an applicator designed to inject these materials deeply into cracks, crevices and voids were the roaches like to hide. A micro-injector or an Actisol unit can perform this task...

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Bed Bug Treatment Preparations | Part 1

Bed Bugs do not have wings and don’t fly, they do not migrate outdoors, and they do not just show up in our homes. They are brought in by people, unknowing people, but without the help of the human they would not be able to spread from one side of the world to the other.  No matter how they got in your home, it is very important to follow all of the instructions so we can get them out. We take our job seriously and we treat every square inch of your home to insure that these pests are eliminated from your life. Because of how hard these pests are to exterminate, we ask that you take this serious as well.

Preparations for the first 2 Treatments

  • Empty ALL dresser drawers and place clothing in plastic bag, remove ALL items and clear top
  • Remove and empty ALL items from nightstands and clea...
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Fun Facts About Bees

  • A honey bee can fly approximately 15 miles per hour
  • A honeybee will flap its wings about 11,000 times per minute creating that “BUZZ” sound.
  • A typical beehive makes more than 400 lbs of honeycomb per year
  • Honeybees will usually travel approximately 3 miles from their hive
  • A single honeybee will only produce approximately 1/12 teaspoon of honey in her lifetime
  • A honeybee has to travel over 55,000 miles and visits approx. 2 million flowers to make 1 pound of honey
  • The honeycomb is composed of hexagonal cells with walls that are only 2/1000 inch thick, but support 25 times their own weight
  • It would take about 1 ounce of honey to fuel a honeybee’s flight around the world
  • Bees do not create honey they are actually improving nectar...
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Roach treatment | Part 1

A Little Info On Roach Treatments to help Eliminate Infestations

In the home:
Evaluate housekeeping and repair issues as they arise. A good treatment isn’t just about the application; it’s also about identifying and correcting sanitation and repair problems. Inspection of each account carefully is required. Sanitation is more important when using baits, because baits lose their effectiveness when they have to compete with the food scraps, grease, sugars, etc., that are available because of poor housekeeping. In addition, holes in walls, broken tiles, open cracks, leaks and drips, cardboard boxes and remote control cockroach, no matter how effective the tools we use. Also check to see whether cockroaches are being reintroduced in the account.

The cockroaches may cross the treated surface ...

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Odorous House Ant Information Sheet

Odorous House Ant (Tapinoma sessile) Description of Workers: Small workers, around 1/16-inch to 1/8-inch (2-3 mm); dark brown to black. Bitter odor when crushed – said to smell like rotten coconuts.

Most common structure-invading ant in Washington and Oregon. They nest in a wide variety of places outdoors and inside. These ants are known for constructing shallow nests in soil underneath objects, such as stones, patio blocks and debris outdoors in the warmer regions of the US. Inside, they prefer areas with moisture such as around hot water pipes, heaters and most wall voids of any structure. Odorous sugar ants have multiple queens in each colony and the colony can number as many as 600,000 ants...

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How far will you travel to do a bee removal?

We currently service the entire Phoenix Metropolitan and Tucson Metropolitan area, usually within a 30-90 minute response time, from us being called and arriving at your door. Give us a call at 623-256-7034, to discuss your current situation.

Do you except credit cards?

Yes… we take Visa, Master Card, Discover, and American Express.

Why did the bees pick my house?

Bees are interested in any type of void that will offer protection. These voids include, but are not limited to; chimneys, wall voids, attics, crawl space, barbeques, irrigation valve box, trees and bushes, debris stacked in a way where it will create a nice living space for bees, etc.

I was out in the yard behind my home and noticed a huge mass of bees all balled up in a tree...

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