How Is Your Attic Insulation?

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Winter is almost over. If now is the time of year when you start thinking about all the money you would be saving if you had proper attic insulation, then you've probably been upset with those energy bills. That's what usually happens. It isn't the cold that makes you rethink how well your insulation is performing. You're tough. That cold doesn't bother you. But those oil bills do. Every time you look at them, do you wonder how much of that cost would stay in your pocket if you did an insulation… Continue

Common Raccoon Problems in St. Louis

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Raccoons are cute. They have cute faces, cute markings, and cute babies; but raccoons can cause a lot of trouble at your home. Never forget that they are wild animals, which means you should steer clear and not attempt to control them without professional help. When raccoons show up at your home, they can cause a number of problems. Here are the top 5 common raccoon problems in St. Louis. Continue

Overwintering Pests Will Be Waking Up Soon; Are You Ready?

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The term "overwintering pest" applies to any bug or wild animal that uses man-made harborage to hide from winter temperatures, but it is best applied to creatures that only hide temporarily. After all, overwintering sounds like something a creature would do over the winter, right? If you have mice, cockroaches, or some other pest creature that is able to easily find food resources inside your home, this is not the article for you. We'll be focusing on the overwintering pests that are not suited… Continue

The Ants Come Marching One By One

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Punxsutawney Phil may have predicted 6 more weeks of winter, but he forgot to inform the ants of this. With thousands of species of ant worldwide, there are generally only four species that are bothersome here in St. Louis; and they are definitely on the move. After spending the past few months tucked away, these pests are antsy (pardon the pun) and ready to begin their spring rituals. Continue

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