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Here's how you can beat the monstrous cockroaches at home!1. Bay LeavesEasily available in any grocery store and a common ingredient in kitchens, and a solution for those seemingly permanent roaches, bay leaves are surprisingly effective. Leave a bundle of them near sink holes, corners and crevices where roach nests are likely to be to fend off the pests. You can also place a packet of bay leaves in cupboards to protect books and clothes from the cockroaches.2. Ammonia SolutionCockroaches often hide in sinks and drain pipes. Ammonia is a top class house hold roaches home remedy in these situations. Add a cup full of ammonia in a bucket of water and flush it down sinks and toilets to clean out the pipes. The strong pungent smell will ward off the roaches nesting in pipes and sewers.3. Moth BallsMoth balls are excellent for warding off all kinds of pests including roaches. Place a few in your cupboard and near specific areas prone to infestation or likely to be the nesting area for roaches. However, they are not good for humans either so it is important to keep them away from children.4. Mint OilSpray mint oil directly at the pests or in sinks and corners of your kitchen and bathrooms where roaches are more likely to settle. They may not work as fast as some other home remedies, but are a natural and non toxic way of keeping your home roaches free over time.5. ListerineListerine not only has antiseptic properties as a mouthwash but can also be used to disinfect your house. Dilute Listerine solution with some water and spray this mixture at nests or pests or around the kitchen and bathrooms to get rid of roaches.
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It's pretty hard to describe how shocked people feel when they see a rat in their house. Rats are filthy, destructive, and can carry disease. Fifty-thousand people each year receive rat bites. They destroy crops and property. So when they show up in your home, it's hard to stay calm. But here are few techniques that you can adopt to get these filthy animals out of the house.Look for Signs of Rat Activity - Even though rats can weigh up to 18 ounces, you don't always see them. Most people discover rats by seeing signs of their presence. Look for droppings near food sources. Also, rats follow the same pathways as they search for food, so they leave greasy marks along sideboards and walls.Separate Rats from Their Food Sources - Rats can eat just about anything and, while they require more than mice, rats don't need a great deal of food (1 -3 oz. daily). To prevent future rat issues, be careful with how you store your food and scraps. Keep food in sealed containers and clean up any spills or crumbs. Since rats need a reliable water source, make sure you have no leaks in your pipes or faucets.Plug up any Openings - Unlike mice, rats need a lot of water (1 oz.), so they may travel in and out of your house. That's why it's important to seal up any cracks, holes, or entry points. Remember, if the hole is the size of a quarter, it's big enough for a rat.Use Rats' Feeding Habits against Them - Rats are wary about new foods. They might nibble a teeny bit of something new, then wait to see if it harms them. If they accept new food, they'll gorge on it until they're full. Other rats will follow suit.Traps vs. Baits: What works best for you? - Traps or baits can be used stand alone or together as part of a system of rodent control to make sure you cover all bases. The method you choose to control your rat problem depends on your preferences. Can you stand seeing the rat once it's caught? The major difference is that a trap physically holds the rodent in place. This is ideal if you want proof that the rodent was caught or for tracking purposes. Trap types include glue traps, mechanical traps, or even catch-and-release traps.While bait is contained in a station, the rat does not die in the actual station. The rodent eats Tomcat Rat Killer bait, typically consumes a lethal dose in one night, and then usually travels back to its nest to die 1-2 days later. Bait stations come in various levels of tamper resistance and in disposable and refillable options to use just about anywhere. Baits can kill multiple rodents at one time.
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Tricks to keep your home safe and sound.1. Make seasonal checksRodents seek shelter during cold winter months, so it’s important to check your homes for areas that may be susceptible to entry by tiny animals. Even small cracks in the foundation or small holes in the roof can be an invitation to cockroaches, mice and other animals and bugs to enter your home.2. Remove any wood piles or debrisSmall animals and insects often take shelter in moist and dark areas. Don't allow soil or mulch to build up around the foundation. 3. Seal holes or openings in windows and doorsMake sure they are properly sealed and caulked to prevent entry from small critters and insects. This will also make your home more energy efficient.4. Secure containers indoors and outdoorsMake sure garbage cans and recycling bins are sealed and placed away from the house. If you compost, consider doing so in a closed-top bin, and keep it as far from your home as possible.5. Clean the kitchenClear food from all surfaces, clean dishes every night, and sweep floors of crumbs. To pests, your kitchen could be perceived as a buffet if you are not diligent in keeping it free of food that's easily accessible.6. Schedule regular inspectionsEven if you’re not aware of an infestation or pest problem, have a professional periodically inspect and treat your home before one occurs. Ask about potential problems with termites, bed bugs or rodents.And you know where to go for Professional help. Bestserve Pest Management is always here to fight away little demons that make your life hell at home.
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