Author Archives: The Bug Man

Bed Bug Facts and Myths


If you do a lot of traveling or live in a densely populated area, you are at an increased risk of a bed bug infestation. But the reality is that no one’s truly safe. Fortunately, treatment of bed bugs is easier than you think, and the best strategy toward effective bed bug control is an ounce of prevention.

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Don’t Let Cooler Weather Bring Uninvited Guests – Call The Bug Man Instead!

Prevent Wildlife Intrusions by Routinely Inspecting Homes, Particularly Attics

There’s an old saying that a bird in hand is worth two in the bush, but a bird in attic is a very different story! When temperatures drop, wildlife seeks out shelter anywhere that it can find warmth, and that often includes your attic and crawlspaces.

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Don’t Let Termites Eat You Out of House and Home – Call The Bug Man!

Get Proactive & Protect Your Property with Regular Termite Inspections

During the winter months, it’s easy to convince yourself that there’s nothing to worry about when it comes to bugs. But with termites, you can never afford to let your guard down! Most household pests are simply a nuisance, but a termite infestation can be a lot worse. In fact, termite damage affects homeowners more often than flooding, fire, or other natural disasters! combined.

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These Four Things in Your Crawl space are a Welcome Mat for Bugs!

CleanSpace Crawl Space Encapsulation System

Like many homes, if your home is built with a crawlspace, in addition to plumbing, air ducts, and whatnot running through it, you may have a welcome mat set out for bugs. Bugs love crawlspaces, and here are four things to watch out for that make a crawlspace a home for insects:

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Keep Animals and Bugs at Bay With These Simple Techniques


With the approach of fall and winter, we get to enjoy milder evenings, and decreased insect activity. But do you ever wonder where they go? The answer is that some species migrate to warmer climates, but the majority stay put and seek out warm, dark places to hibernate or plant their eggs or larva. And it’s not just insects; other pests such as raccoons, opossums, and squirrels love the warmth and comfort of attics and crawl spaces!

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