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Venomous vs Poisonous Spiders – What’s the Difference?

One of the most common questions that arises when a spider is found in a home is "is that spider poisonous?" That's a trick question. Most spiders are poisonous, yet only a handful are venomous. Poisonous spiders release their toxins when they are inhaled, ingested or...

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Avoid Bites and Stings this Summer

As the weather continues to pull you and your family towards more outdoor activities, the chances of getting bug bites increases. Here are some tips to prevent these bites and stings, and get back to enjoying your summer: Mosquitoes Use EPA-registered mosquito...

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Is Pest Control Worth It?

There are several methods of pest control out there from DIY pest control, to traditional pest control and green pest control from a professional exterminating company. No matter which method you choose, any pest control efforts are well worth the investment. Pest...

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Summer Without Bed Bug Worry

From college students making their way home for summer to little ones heading off to summer camp and family vacations, this is the time when bed bugs thrive and look to take over your home by any means necessary. Follow these tips to keep your home protected from from...

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Good Deed Team: 2019 First Responder Events

Macon On April 24th, Macon teammates held their First Responders Appreciation Cookout. With over 140 people attending, teammates were humbled by the stories shared by the first responders in attendance. Carrollton On May 8th, Carrollton teammates had the pleasure of...

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