Spam and roaches- finding help for pest control

For anyone with an e-mail address you know what spam is. Some where along the line you checked out a weight loss site or a do it yourself ab’s of steel ad and before you know it every product known to man it hitting you up hoping you’ll click their link and buy something. You try to stop it with blockers and downloads guaranteed to rid you of this unwanted nuisance but nothing works. In fact, now you’re getting e-mails about the latest and greatest spyware products and pop up protections. It can be a bit frustrating because at times legitimate e-mails are blocked or sent off to the trash files.

Roaches can be a lot like this too. For many it starts off innocently enough when you buy an old item from a yard sale and bring it home not knowing there’s a roached tucked away out of sight. Perhaps you bring home the unwanted creature in a grocery bag or some of your things get infested while in storage. In any event most roach infestations don’t start off on day one with a population of 5000, it starts with one or two from an unsuspecting source but before you know it things get out of hand.

Like you would for spam control you break out some home remedies and do your best to rid yourself of this now growing plague but they just keep popping up in odd places and for every one you kill it seems as if two takes it’s place. Maybe it’s time to unsubscribed to this uninvited guest. Depending on what type of roach infestation you’re experiencing and other factors it may just be time to call in a pro. I don’t have an exhaustive list of professionals who frequent my site but those that contribute with comments or articles seem quite good and may be worth checking out. My Facebook group pestcemetery.com is chalk full of pest pros and almost all of them are easy to track down via their links. I also have many helpful articles on roaches and ‘how to’ get rid of them if you’re still of the mind set to tackle them on your own. Follow any of these links and check the comment section below as I’ll invite any professional exterminator who wishes to put in his or her contact info and hopefully it’ll work out for both of you.

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Regular contributing pros

Karl the Bug Man Envirocare Pest Solutions Columbus Ohio
Keith from Probest Pest Management Gilbert Arizona
Clark Pest Control San Diego California
Arizona Pest Control
Rentokil Europe
Eco Pest Sun Valley Idaho
JP McHale New Jersey
Kilauea pest Control Hawaii
Envirokil United Kingdom
Mr.Bug Guy West Florida
Green Apple Pest Control New York
Total Home Management LLC New Jersey/Pennsylvania (Home repair as well)

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My facebook group has over 230 members most of which are pest control professionals that may also be able to help. Check it out and join us if you like, I’m sure someone is near by or knows someone who can help. For regular information please check back or you can sign up for our newsletter. Great information and helpful hints and absolutely, spam free.

About The Bug Doctor

Jerry Schappert is a certified pest control operator and Associate Certified Entomologist with over two and a half decades of experience from birds to termites and everything in between. He started as a route technician and worked his way up to commercial/national accounts representative. Always learning in his craft he is familiar with rural pest services and big city control techniques. Jerry has owned and operated a successful pest control company since 1993 in Ocala,Florida. While his knowledge and practical application has benefitted his community Jerry wanted to impart his wisdom on a broader scale to help many more. Pestcemetery.com was born from that idea in 2007 and has been well received. It is the goal of this site to inform you with his keen insights and safely guide you through your pest control treatment needs.
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  • Thanks for the plug! I enjoy your articles so Im sure your fan base will grow over time.

    BTW EnviroCare is one word. wink, wink. 🙂

    Karl The BugMan
    EnviroCare Pest Solutions
    Columbus Ohio Pest Control