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Generated 6 days ago

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  • How to Get Rid Of Spring Mice

    Even though the weather is getting nicer with the arrival of spring, you may have some unwanted pests in your home. MICE! You may not have noticed that the mice that have overwintered in your home during the colder months are still there, and they are not just going to pack up and leave. Your home has everything they need including food and water. They have gotten comfortable inside your home, and...

Schendel Pest Services

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 days ago

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  • Is Termite Service Really Necessary?

    Risk management is a sound investment. Wealthy people understand this. It is one of the reasons they stay wealthy. There are many things in life that can take us by surprise and completely devastate us. Wealthy people wisely transfer the risk of these life-altering events to insurance companies. They understand that, if risk isn't properly managed, it can erase years of hard work. They don't wait ...

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 weeks ago

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  • More Than Just Pest Control

    If you've been with Schendel for years, you know that we are more than just a pest control company. Sure, you can expect industry-leading pest solutions that will ensure an environment that is free of disease and illness, ready for governmental audits, and eligible for Certified Platinum LEED status. But, at Schendel, we don't stop there. We are all about making the businesses we service succeed b...

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 4 weeks ago

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  • Why Are House Centipedes In My Home?

    Oh, creepy crawly house centipede, why do you come into our homes? In short, house centipedes find openings like cracks and crevices in your home or it's foundation; and once inside, the house centipede will seek out moisture. They really do prefer to stay outdoors in moisture rich environments like under rocks, in damp mulch or hay, under leaf piles, inside trash heaps, and their favorite place, ...

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Stink Bugs: Your Overwintering House Guests

    Winter is nearly over. The signs are all around: the birds are out more, the sun is out longer, and the temperatures are going to start creeping up again. We are going to start wanting to go outside more and enjoy the sun and warmer weather, but we aren’t the only ones. Stink bugs in your home are going to start coming out as well to enjoy spring. Stink Bugs and Their Winter Homes You may not real...

  • Bed Bugs Attending Class More Frequently

    What is more exciting to a young adult than the first few months of their college experience? Being away from home for the first time, living in the dorm, new faces every day; everything seems new and exciting. It is a great time to discover who you really are, and who you want to be in your adult life. With all the focus on classes, study groups, and just getting to know some of the new people yo...

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • February Is Mole Solution Awareness Month

    Are you aware that February is Mole Solution Awareness Month? Well, it is. And as a pest control company, we are trying to spread the word. This fascinating mammal is well known as a garden pest, mainly because of their intricate tunnel systems. And though it is commonly believed that they are blind, this is not the case. They can see, though their eyes are tiny, and they can hear, though their ea...

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Why Do I Have Earwigs In My Home?

    Before answering that pressing question, let’s take a look at some basic facts about this interesting creature. Earwigs have tiny pincers located on the back of their abdomens that are used for defense when fighting with other earwigs. There are over twenty species of earwigs found in the US. Earwigs are slender and have two pairs of wings, although most do not fly. Nymphs (immature earwigs) look ...

  • Pest Threaten Food Processing And Storage Facilities Face Everyday

    There are three things that like us, pests can’t live without - food, water, and shelter. It just so happens that food processing and storage facilities offer all three of these things in an almost unending supply. This makes food processing and storage facilities major targets for pest infestations; the best way to protect your facility from the wide variety of pests that are trying to find their...

  • Do I Really Need Pest Control In Winter?

    It can feel like bugs have gone south for the winter but, the truth is, those bugs don't go anywhere. The reason we don't see as many bugs in the winter has to do with the way cold weather affects cold-blooded creatures. Have you ever seen a lizard sunning itself on a rock? Lizards are cold-blooded. They do not have the ability to maintain a consistent temperature the way warm-blooded animals do. ...

  • Bed Bug Treatment Options in Topeka

    All of the fuss of the holiday season is over. The whirlwind tour to make sure that all of the family had a visit, and you made an appearance at every get together between December 23rd and the first of the year. Finally, there is a little bit of time to catch a breath and figure out what wonders 2017 will bring. Many probably have plans to hibernate for the rest of the winter with a remote contro...

  • How to Get Rid of Rats

    If your home becomes invaded by rats, they will continue living happily ever after enjoying the easy access to unlimited sources of food – and leaving you with a lengthy list of problems to deal with as a result. When you spot a single rat in the house, you can assume you have several others hiding nearby. They only need an opening the size of your thumb to get into your home. Rats breed quickly. ...

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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  • Is That A Mosquito Bite Or A Bed Bug Bite?

    Did you ever notice how many bug bites look alike? They may appear as raised red bumps on your arms and legs, or you may find them in especially uncomfortable places like on your ankles, behind your ears or on your stomach. No matter where you have them, bug bites can be itchy and uncomfortable; and since so many bites seem similar, how can you tell what’s been biting you?  Two insect bites that y...

  • Earwigs Are Beneficial

    When the topic of earwigs comes up, which is hardly ever unless you're an entomologist, the word "beneficial" is not often used. Earwigs are most notably associated with the myth that they crawl into the ears of humans and feed on their brains. But the truth is, earwigs do have a benefit. Sure, the benefits are limited, and the issues they cause far outweigh those benefits, but when earwigs are al...

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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  • Don’t Let Rodents Take Over Your Home

    Mice and other rodents look for any shelter that will keep them warm in the winter and provide a source of food. Houses of any size, whether clean or dirty, are a prime target for these little creatures. If you haven’t rodent-proofed your home, you could find yourself the victim of a rodent take-over! Once inside, mice can quickly multiply and cause expensive damages to the structure of your home....

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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  • Bed Bugs Going Back To School

    It is that time of year again when all the kids are back in school; routine is restored, friends will be made, and memories will be had. The memory you don’t want to have from this school year is bed bugs, yep, bed bugs. When the kids go back to school there is always a chance that they will come into contact with these parasitic pests and accidentally introduce them into your home. The profession...

  • Learning About Bed Bugs in School

    Before you get too excited, we're not going to be talking about a fascinating new high school or college level course about bed bugs. The focus of this article will be on showing why schools are potential swap zones for these blood-eating pests. So, if you'd like to make sure your kids don't bring bed bugs home with them, you're going to want to keep reading. You might want to get them to read thi...

Schendel Pest Services

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

Schendel Pest Services

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 7 months ago

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