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14

Mar 2016

Why you should use a Professional for Pest Control

With all the over-the-counter pesticides that are available from your local home and garden center, you might begin to wonder why you would ever need a professional pest control company. You might continue wondering until you begin using the generic products and you will quickly realize their ineffectiveness. When you want real results, Bull’s Eye Pest Control offers professional expertise that will eliminate any pest....

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07

Mar 2016

Identifying characteristics of Black Widows and Black Widow Webs

When you see a black spider, you might immediately think you are looking at a black widow. Unfortunately, there are a lot of spiders that are black. The only color more common than black among spiders is brown. Most black spiders are harmless, only the black widow contains potentially lethal levels of the dangerous neurotoxin that attacks your nervous system. Luckily, black widows come equipped...

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29

Feb 2016

Insects That Travel in Packs

Temecula, California is famous for its wineries and vineyards. Taking a tour of these vineyards is an incredible experience and if you’re lucky, a little wine tasting would be the perfect treat! But did you know that there are pests that like sampling your treats as they take their party on a little tour through your home? Finding one ant or one mouse rummaging through...

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22

Feb 2016

The Importance of Ongoing, Regular Service to Suppress Bug Populations

When you think of bed bugs, does your skin start to itch? When people have suffered through bed bug infestations, they never want to get them again. Though bed bugs do not transmit diseases, they have a psychological effect on your sleeping. Insomnia loves bed bugs. When you want bed bugs to stay out of your home, you call Bull’s Eye Pest Control. When Temecula...

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16

Feb 2016

5 Best Camouflaged Insects

When you occupy one of the lowest seats in food chain, over the years you’ll do whatever you have to do for survival. Insects have been trying to adapt, survive and avoid being turned into lunch for millions of years. For their own protection, many species use camouflaging techniques to avoid detection from predators. Their portrayal of the nature that surrounds them has baffled and...

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08

Feb 2016

Signs of Termites

As a homeowner, pest control can feel like an uphill battle. Pests want nothing more than to get inside your house and staying constantly vigilant is the first step to keeping them out. The second you let your guard down, your home is ripe for an infestation. But why should you worry about the pest control fight? Leave this battle to the experts at Bull’s...

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01

Feb 2016

Is that a Norway Rat or a Roof Rat?

Unfortunately here in Temecula, there are rats living alongside us. Before you go pointing fingers at neighbors selling you out to the HOA, we are talking about rodents. There are two introduced species of rat that spread diseases and make a mess of our homes. There are Roof rats and Norway rats. There are signs of rodent infestations like; burrows under your garbage cans, nests...

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25

Jan 2016

How to Kill a Cockroach

When you think of an insect that is a survivor, cockroaches will be high on the list, if not number one. If your Menifee home has an infestation of cockroaches, you know firsthand the difficulties of do it yourself pest control. You buy a spray or fogger, wage war against the insects and find that a few weeks later they have returned. Before your frustration...

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18

Jan 2016

Top 10 Pests to keep as Pets

If dogs and cats are not your thing, you might want to consider getting and insect or arachnid as a pet. They take up a lot less room, they cost less to feed, and you don’t have to worry about allergens like pet hair or dander. You and your family will be able to spend hours watching your bug eat, go through metamorphosis, or attack...

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11

Jan 2016

Survival Skills of the Fire Ant

Knowing how to survive is crucial when you live in the wild world. Fire ants know how to survive. Despite all human attempts for control, they have slowly spread across the southern United States. Survival and fire ants go together. They have spread from Alabama, through Texas and up into California. The only thing they haven’t managed to adapt to is a cold climate. So,...

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