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Tips for preventing pests at spring picnics, barbecues and other outdoor events
Bug Busters USA offers the following tips for preventing pests at spring picnics, barbecues and other outdoor events: Before the party, check all window screens and screen doors and repair any holes. As guests come in and out of your house, make sure the doors close behind them. Remove or drain any sources of standing […]Read More
There’s Snow Place Like Home
There’s Snow Place Like Home Cold weather pests including rats and raccoons can cause structural damage to walls and electrical wires as they search for food or a place to stay warm. Mice and cockroaches can carry diseases such as Hantavirus and Salmonella that can make family members sick. Keeping these pests outside is the […]Read More
Un-bug A Friend Save $50 from Bug Busters USA!
Un-bug A Friend Save $50 from Bug Busters USA! Simply refer your friends or family members to Bug Busters USA through our Un-Bug A Friend program. When they sign up for either a Home Service or single Application Service from Bug Busters USA you can receive up to $50 toward your next service! $10 […]Read More
Experts at the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), a nonprofit organization committed to the protection of public health, food and property from household pests, encourage homeowners to also be on the lookout for the following invasive species: Red Imported Fire Ant (RIFA) – RIFAs were brought to the United States in 1930 from South America […]Read More
More on spiders: http://www.pestworld.org/pest-guide/s… Spider bites can be painful, but a spider’s venom is the real concern. Thankfully, most spiders don’t bite, and 98% are harmless.Read More
Don’t Take Pests lightly!
Don’t Take Pests lightly!Read More
Are there steps a restaurant or food service facility can take on their own to prevent/control pest populations?
Are there steps a restaurant or food service facility can take on their own to prevent/control pest populations? Seal up any cracks and holes on the outside of the facility including areas where utilities and pipes enter. Make sure vents are screened and gaps around windows and doors are sealed. Keep tree branches and shrubbery […]Read More
One Of ‘Most Destructive’ Pests Intercepted In Atlanta
Destructive Khapra Beetle Pest Intercepted at Atlanta Airport ATLANTA – U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers at the Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport recently intercepted a destructive pest in the luggage of two international passengers arriving from India. CBP agriculture specialists inspecting a small bag of dried beans noticed a very small beetle larva slightly […]Read More