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How to Keep Pests Out By Sealing Your Home

Sealing Your Home's Exterior Is the First Barrier Against Pests Keeping pests away is a fundamental prerequisite to maintain a...

Pest Control: DIY or Hire a Professional Exterminator?

Hiring a Local Exterminator or Controlling the Pest Yourself Depends on Many Factors When pests invade your home, it can...

So, You Have Raccoons in the House — What Should You Do Next?

Raccoons are clever, highly adaptive creatures that are moving into urban areas of the United States more and more frequently....

Dangers of Squirrels in the Attic

Squirrels may look cute and cuddly from a distance, but if your home or business has become overrun with these...

The Best Ways to Prevent Termite Activity

As spring draws near, people start to see signs of potential termite infestation in their home or office. Termites can...

Expert Tips to Get Rid of Rodent Infestation at Home

Having a rodent infestation is one of the most difficult pest control problems. In the fall and winter seasons, these...

Complete Pest Solutions Receives 2019 Best of Massillon Award

Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Complete Pest Solutions Receives 2019 Best of Massillon Award Massillon Award Program Honors the Achievement...

Winter Pest Control: Expert Tips on Keeping Your Home Pest-Free

We were recently contacted by Ryan Smith from Redfin to contribute to the following article. Read on for tips from...

BED BUG PRECAUTIONS DURING HOLIDAY TRAVEL SEASON

Bed bugs are one of the most common pests. According to NPMA’s 2018 Bugs Without Borders survey, 97 percent of...

AUTUMN INVADERS: BOXELDER BUGS AND ASIAN BEETLES

As seasons change and temperatures drop, pests seek out new living arrangements to survive the cold. Boxelder bugs and Asian...

GUTTER CLEANING AND PEST CONTROL

Gutter cleaning is a dreaded and daunting task but a necessary one. Most people think this is just to clear...

STINK BUGS- WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

This is the time of year when stink bugs begin to look for shelter in advance of frost and colder...