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For many homeowners, the kitchen is the pest hotspot. This is because, of all the rooms within a home, the kitchen has the most to offer pests: shelter, food and water.

Different pests are attracted to different things. For instance, ants look for food sources. If you’ve got sweet-smelling food or leftovers lying around, you will attract ants. What’s worse is that, once you begin to attract ants, more will come since they leave pheromones for others to track.

Mice and other rodents, on the other hand, are attracted to both food and heat sources. Your kitchen is perfect for this, and might even provide rodents with spaces for shelter. The same goes for cockroaches. These pests are attracted to food, and may find shelter within gaps and crevices within your kitchen. Here's what you can do to pest-proof your kitchen.

World Pest Day is coming up soon in June 6, and it is the best time to talk about the importance of pest control in warehouses. Warehouses are some of the central facilities we rely on when it comes to food, stock and product distribution and storage. We are reliant on the sanitary integrity and safety of the warehouses that our providers/ suppliers use. This World Pest Day, let’s rethink the importance of pest control in these facilities.

Autumn is a lovely time, most of the time; weather permitting, of course, and if pests don’t the best of our properties. It is a false notion to think that most pests come out only during summer. The fact is that there are a number of pests that prefer the cooler climate during autumn.

Here are out list of autumn pests to watch out for, and what you can do about them:

Jap Encephalitis has been in the news lately. With a handful of confirmed and probable cases in NSW and other regions in Victoria, the threat is real, and it’s important to take proactive action to protect yourself and your loved ones.

For any business in the region, pest control is crucial. It factors into the foundation of your property or storefront. It keeps your stocks and products safe and uncompromised. It keeps you, your work staff and your customers safe and uncompromised.

It is important that you, as a business owner, commit to conducting reliable and comprehensive pest control regularly. One time – at the start – is never enough. You’ll find that pests are… well, pesky.

They recur naturally. They come in seasons. And that, you, your property, stocks, staff and customers can be exposed to them at some point of your operations.

It is important to consistently renew your commitment to pest control. Here are steps you can take:

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