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Unwanted Guests

March

17

2015

We've all had our fair share of unwanted guests. Whether it be your grouchy aunt visiting from Brooklyn or a thousand infesting lice, it is never fun. Pests have no business inside your walls. It is even worse when your unwanted guest brings pestilence in with them. That is what puts rats and mice on the top of the most unwanted list. These rodents are known carriers of Hantavirus, Lassa fever, leptospirosis, Salmonellosis, tularemia, and other bacteria related diseases. This is not a critter you want running around in your kitchen and pantry.

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Roaches Are Not Family Friendly Guests

March

11

2015

Do you live in the Roach Motel? Seriously, is there evidence of these critters getting into your home as guests and staying as long as they like? In your home they can find food, water and shelter. This is the perfect place for them, as far as they are concerned. This is the worst place for them to be, as far as your family is concerned.

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Tags: cockroaches  |  honolulu exterminators  |  get rid of cockroaches  |  Cockroach Prevention Tips

What Is A Ground Termite?

March

03

2015

Like the name implies, the ground termite infests a home from the ground. It gets into soil, makes mud tubes up foundation walls, and slowly works through the wood of the home, bringing moisture in from the ground, and looking for moisture in the home.

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Tags: termite swarming  |  termite inspection  |  termites  |  Termite Inspections  |  Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions

FAQs On Centipedes In Hawaii

February

28

2015

Centipedes are part of the Scolopendra family of which three types can be found in the beautiful Islands of Hawaii. The appearance of a centipede is one that can be easily and quickly recognized. The centipede sports an elongated, flattened exoskeletal body and a head with very distinctive antennae. The long trunk of the centipede is segmented with numerous legs. It has been said that the centipede can have anywhere from 15 to 177 pairs of legs. There are always an odd number of segments in the body of the centipede with each segment having a pair of legs.

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Tags: pest control hawaii  |  home pest control  |  Centipedes

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