Midwest Exterminating Service Catalogue

by Barbara Lietke on 06/22/2017

Category: Pest Control,
Midwest Exterminating is your top provider of pest control services. Whether there’s a termite, bed bug, or wasp infestation in your home, you can get in touch with us to get the job done. Our company uses cutting-edge tools, effective techniques, and state-of-the-art equipment. We offer the following services to help you reclaim your home and get rid of the pest for good. TERMITE INSPECTION Features: Fast, thorough, and efficient inspection of your entire property Identification of existing and potential pest problems Provision of documentation for FHA/VA home loan applications BEE AND WASP PROOFING Features: Residential and commercial proofing Proofing of bees (bumble, carpenter, honey), hornets, yellow jackets, and wasps (ground, paper) Proofing on cedar decks, swing sets, and other areas around a home or building Promos *Free proofing services if problem reoccurs within a year*Discounts offered for groups of 10 or more properties PEST...

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Fall Spider Control Tips

by Barbara Lietke on 06/22/2017

Category: Seasonal,
Fall Spider Control Tips
Fall Spider Control Tips With Halloween right around the corner, chances are you’re going to be seeing spiders everywhere you turn. With some handy tips from the professionals at Midwest Exterminating, you can make sure that the only creepy-crawlies in your home are for decoration. As the weather turns colder, it isn’t just us humans who want to spend all of our time indoors in the cozy warmth. Spiders need shelter too and move inside in the fall as well. While most spiders are relatively harmless, they are nonetheless the most feared of all pests, and understandably so. Those who come in contact with a Brown Recluse or a Black Widow spider and get bitten can sometimes require hospital treatment and bites have occasionally even resulted in death.  The good news is that with some spider know-how and easy preventative measures, you can prevent that from happening. About Spiders Spiders belong to a class of insects called Arachnids. All Arachnids have eight legs and...

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Sleep Tight and Don’t Let the Bed Bugs Bite

by Barbara Lietke on 06/22/2017

Category: Bed Bugs,
Sleep Tight and Don’t Let the Bed Bugs Bite
As much as we try to contain the problem, bed bugs are a reality we all have to deal with. This is especially evident in the resurgence of the pest in recent years in many places across the country. From major cities like New York, West like Los Angeles, and even right here in the Midwest – no one can predict where the next outbreak will take place. Fortunately, Midwest Exterminating knows precisely how to deal with the problem. We’ve put together a few quick tips for homeowners on how to deal with bed bugs.Understanding What These Pests are All AboutBed bugs are parasitic insects that are essentially stowaways. These pests slip into homes and other establishments in many different ways. In most cases, though, bed bugs hide out in cracks and crevices of things like luggage, furniture, pillows, and various other objects. The common misconception is that the presence of these pests has something to do with the hygiene of a particular area; but this is not the case. Bed bugs...

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Stinging Insects

by Barbara Lietke on 06/22/2017

Categories: General Midwest News,
Stinging Insects
With all of the pleasures of summer in Northern Illinois- picnicking, throwing open the windows, gardening, and barbecuing, come all of the hallmark pests of summer, namely-stinging insects. There are a wide variety of stinging insects in Northern Illinois. Some of the most common to our area such as bees, wasps, hornets, and yellow jackets can do more than be a nuisance, they can cause serious damage to property, and for those unlucky enough to be allergic, prove fatal.Some simple steps can be taken to avoid being stung. Avoid wearing perfume or cologne- We all enjoy smelling nice. Bees enjoy it too. Forego scented perfumes, soaps, and deodorants when outdoors to prevent stinging insects from being attracted to you. Keep food put away- Have you ever left out a soda overnight only to find it filled with dead wasps the next day? Stinging insects are attracted by the smell. If you are out picnicking, keep your drinks covered to avoid taking a drink and getting a nasty and painful...

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