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Traveling? How to Inspect Your Hotel Room for Bed Bugs!

How to protect yourself from bed bugs when you travel
If you travel for business or pleasure, the last thing you'll want to do is pick up or spread unwanted pests! If you're staying in a hotel, it's a good idea to inspect your room for bed bugs as soon as you arrive so you can protect yourself and your loved ones from an accidental bed bug infestation.

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Ready for the Holidays? Watch out for Unwanted Guests!

Make a safer home for the holidays: Eliminate and Prevent Rats and Mice
The leaves are changing colors to beautiful yellows, reds and oranges. The smell of pumpkin spice is in the crisp autumn air. And all of the sudden you see or hear signs of critters in your home! Fall is the time of year that rodents, especially mice and rats, start trying to move from the chilly outdoors into your warm, dry house.

5 Tips for Keeping Mosquitoes Away in Seattle

Keep Mosquitoes Away in Seattle
Nothing is more annoying than being bitten by mosquitoes when you’re trying to enjoy a warm summer evening. We only get a few months of sunshine in Seattle, Bellevue, Everett and the surrounding areas,  so we want to make the most of sunny days while we have them! Here are a few really useful tips for keeping those pesky mosquitoes away.

9 Secrets of a Super Seattle Summer BBQ

Now that "June-uary" is over, the Pacific Northwest is gearing up for the most beautiful season of the year: Summer BBQ Season! The days are long and warm, and the usual Seattle rain showers become scarce. That makes your back yard the perfect setting for a super summer soiree! And throwing a summer BBQ doesn't have to be a complicated undertaking.

Summer Solstice Means Bug Season in Seattle!

Happy Summer Solstice, Seattle!
The summer solstice is here, and it's the longest day of the year. That means we can stay out later and enjoy the (rare) Seattle summer sunshine. Summer is beautiful here in the greater Seattle area. But what comes with the longer summer solstice days and the warmer, dryer weather in the Pacific Northwest? That's right - Seattle summer solstice bugs.