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Pest Control Services for Life

Family-Friendly Pest Prevention – Larue Pest Management, Inc.

Archive for July, 2010

Do you know who you are letting in your home?

Convict

It may be just as scary to let some unknown Pest Control Technicians into your house, as it is to live with the pests that are bugging you.

When choosing safe and reliable Pest Control Technicians to come into your home, make sure the company has:

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Are You in Need of Some Serious Pest Control?

Posted by Keith Ruebeling On July 23rd

We are talking about Bed Bugs…

and they can be a serious pest!

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Tip 1: Pest Inspection – Fee or Free?

Posted by Keith Ruebeling On July 14th

How much does it cost to get a Pest Inspection

Crickets

Fee or Free?

At Larue Pest Management our initial consultation is free!

We will come and inspect your home for free. Based on your home’s age and construction type and your lawn’s size and type of landscaping, we’ll help you decide which types of services you should consider.

Our complete list of services include:

If you have something bugging you and you’d like a FREE Pest Inspection, contact us online, or give us a call at (800) 314-8813. We’re happy to help!

– Keith

How to Kill Bed Bugs

Posted by Keith Ruebeling On July 8th

The great philosopher Aristotle once said, “We make war that we may live in peace.”

Blood Sucking Bed Bug

Here’s my sixth post in a series called “Bed Bugs: 12 Tips to Help You Sleep Easy.”  It’s also available as a free eBook on our Web Site at: www.LaruePest.com.

It is obvious he was referring to bed bugs.

Now, if you want to defeat your bed bug infestation, you need to understand the bed bug.

Then, and only then will you know how to kill bed bugs.

The enemy is a small, elusive and parasitic insect which belongs to the family Cimicidae. This is not the kind of family that will invite you for a hearty Thanksgiving meal when you have no place to go. Oh, they will invite you, but only so you’ll be their meal.

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