DIY Bugs Control Launches One Stop Location For Pest Control

DIY Bugs Control offers a primer about easy methods to get rid of a number of common pests. The solutions are available for do-it-yourself options.

DIY Bugs Control and Chris Milas are pleased to announce the launch of the new website and blog which is a one-stop location for all things related to bug control. They offer methods and products which show how to do pest control by following simple guides. The website is http://www.diybugscontrol.com/ and the pests which are covered in the guide range from ants to rats. Some pests are health risks, others are destructive to structures. Simple solutions are identified, along with how they are to be utilized.

For many people, an infestation of cockroaches is bad news. They are among the hardiest pests and live in almost every habitat and climate in the world. They are able to adapt to nearly all environments and conditions. Cockroaches are the carriers of bacterial diseases such as E. Coli and salmonella, as well as viruses. Controlling cockroaches doesn't have to rely on dangerous pesticides, which can be harmful to pets and children. Cockroach killer baits ( http://www.diybugscontrol.com/best-roach-killer/ ) are considered to be one of the safest methods to eradicate the pests. Boric acid is another effective way to eliminate the bugs.

Alternatively, an exterminator could be called to take care of the pests. This alternative is much more expensive. According to Chris Milas, ineffective methods include citrus liquids, soap and water, cucumber peels and herbal leaves.

Another pest which impacts humans through their attacks on wood products and structures is carpenter ants ( http://www.diybugscontrol.com/how-to-get-rid-of-carpenter-ants/ ). To get rid of this pest, it is important to determine where the nest is. Poison bait is applied to the area of the nest, or nearby so that the ants are attracted to the poison. Boric acid is another DIY method. A mixture of vinegar and water 1:1 can be placed in the holes where the ants are located. It is important to determine whether the pest is carpenter ants or termites.

Contact Info:
Name: Chris Milas
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Organization: DIY Bugs Control
Address: 4901 Northwest Boulevard, Hackensack, NJ 07601
Phone: (993) 464-6029
Website: http://www.diybugscontrol.com/

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