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Spiders in Kansas

Spiders in Kansas

We have a variety of spiders in Kansas, but not many of them are particularly dangerous. There are 2 spiders that are dangerous and must be carefully controlled. The Black Widow and the Brown Recluse are the areas most dangerous. We do have many more types of spiders that aren’t that scary. Below we will list out the different spiders, show pictures of what they look like and provide some interesting information about them. The one thing most homeowners struggle to wrap their head around is that no matter what anyone does, there will always be spiders.

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Things to know about Silverfish

Things to know about Silverfish

We know these creatures tend to cause a stir when people see them, and we’re going to tell you everything you need to know about them. Silverfish are not predators nor are they venomous. Let’s start with what they look like.

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Best Insulation in Kansas City

Best Insulation in Kansas City

We decided to start offering insulation services as we discovered that many homes are losing money month after month due to poor existing insulation if any at all, but also because bugs are coming in and without any resistance. We partnered up with Fiberlite Technologies to offer InCide® Pest Control Insulation to solve both problems once and for all.  This product will help you significantly lower your energy bill, increase the comfort of your home, and be a good steward of our natural resources. Cellulose insulation is the preferred choice for retrofits in existing homes. Having InCide® Pest Control Insulation installed in...

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Termites: The Battle For Your Home

Termites: The Battle For Your Home

The battle with termites can seem daunting, but it can be controlled and managed.  They are easy to understand creatures.  They Require 3 Things   Food Source Shelter/Protection Water Termites do not work as individuals.  They work in colonies and use mud tubes as superhighways.  This is great as it makes it much easier to spot and stop an entire colony.  The bad news is that several colonies may invade a single structure from their own mud tubes at the same time. The subterranean termites tend to follow lines into a residence or structure. Any line above or below ground would...

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Top 5 Places Bugs Like To Hide

Top 5 Places Bugs Like To Hide

We’ve all looked up one day to see a spider had made a web in the corner of a room, or that ants have tried to use brute force in numbers to take over our homes.  What we’ve done today is created a quick list of easy to check after places that bugs just love to hide and gather their troops for the Spring invasion.   Foyer and Entrances – Always check under, in or around plants placed near any door.  Look under the door and around cracks or any gaps in the baseboard.  The creatures you are most likely to find...

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