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Cockroach Fact OR Fiction

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Cockroaches are pesky bugs that instill a lot of fear in homeowners. We understand! They are creepy, you don’t see them until it’s too late, they run quick, and can even fly. Best Pest Control knows that cockroaches are pests you never want to encounter inside of your home. When it comes to cockroaches, there are many misconceptions. They are often times associated with dirty and unorganized homes, but that usually isn’t the case. The best pest control company at the Lake of the Ozarks has seen cockroaches in all kinds of places, even inside of clean houses. Take a look at these common misconceptions about cockroaches and learn how to keep these pesky bugs from invading your home.


Cockroaches only invade homes that are dirty and unorganized. FALSE
Cockroaches are often thought to infest only dirty homes. While they do prefer dark and damp places, cockroaches don’t have a preference whether the home is dirty or clean. Your home may be clean and in pristine condition, and cockroaches can …

Tips To Keep Your Home Pest Free All Year Long

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It may be winter, but that doesn’t mean that pests have stopped trying to get into your house. While there are freezing temperatures outside, your home provides warmth and most likely, an endless supply of food. Best Pest Control wants to make sure your home stays pest free not only during the winter but all year long. In order to do this, the best pest control company at the Lake of the Ozarks has some tips to make sure that pests don’t overrun your home. If you’re battling a pest infestation, give us a call!

Tip 1: If you have pets, you should never leave their food just out lying around. Your pet might like to graze all day long, but allowing them to do so will only attract bugs. There are plenty of hungry ants waiting around to feast upon your pet’s food that is left out. If your pet doesn’t eat their food right away, make sure it’s off the ground and not located near doors that lead outside.
Tip 2: Make sure that your kitchen is cleaned up. It’s important that you don’t leave any …

How Best Pest Control Can Help You

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We are now almost two weeks into the new year and if finding the right pest control company was on your to-do list, then you’ve come to the right place. We are known for our pest control services, but there’s more to Best Pest Control than just hunting bugs! The best pest control company at the Lake of the Ozarks offers several different services for its customers. Not only do we offer a fully organic line of pest control products, but we also offer deck and gutter repair, and more. Check out some of the services that Best Pest Control offers to see how we can help you and your house and dock.


Pest Control – The Heart of Our Business
Best Pest Control offers various pest control services, all aimed at protecting your property, your dock, and your home. We can also provide your business with protection from insects and other pests. Best Pest Control offers the following pest control services: Spider Control for Your Home and DockAnt ControlMosquito ControlTermite Inspections & Treatm…

Common Pest Control Myths

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No matter what the season is, bugs are around us all the time, 24/7. Of course, they are a lot more noticeable and prominent in the warmer months, but they are still around during the winter. When it comes to bugs and pest control, Best Pest Control knows that there are a few misconceptions about pest control treatments and the best way to treat an infestation. The best pest control company at the Lake of the Ozarks wants to clear the air on these five common pest control misconceptions. Check them out below! If you have a pest problem or any questions, give us a call!
A Few Pests Aren't a Problem
Just because there isn’t a horde of cockroaches on the kitchen counter, doesn't mean there isn't a pest problem. For every insect you do see, there are plenty more (as many as 20-30) hiding behind the wall that you can't see. Don't be fooled by the occasional pest sighting. You should act as soon as you see any pests or any evidence of their presence, such as droppings or …