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Are You Dealing with a Bed Bug Infestation?

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With the recent news of a bed bug infestation in one of Jefferson City's state buildings, we think it's a really good time to talk about bed bugs. These hard-to-see opportunistic pests can quickly become a problem without you even suspecting a thing. They are sneaky travelers and can multiply quickly. 

Too often these insects remain hidden, leaving you and your family at risk. Lake of the Ozarks' best pest control company is ready to treat your bed bug problem, but how can you tell if you have an issue? Best Pest Control has put together this list of things to help you determine if you have a bed bug problem.
How to Check for Bed Bugs.Bed bug bites are often misattributed to fleas, spiders and mosquitoes. The best way to check for bed bugs is to examine your bed, furniture and behind baseboards. You'll want to look for small specks of blood, especially near seams and crevices. Bed bugs use pheromones to communicate with each other. Therefore, if you can smell a sweet and…

Is Your Home Winter-Ready?

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It's cold, dreary and wet outside. No way are you looking forward to spending the day working on winterizing your home. But with fall officially here, and winter making itself present, now is the perfect time to get your home ready for the winter season. This is especially true if you're a second homeowner at the Lake of the Ozarks. If you're thinking about getting your home ready for the winter season, here are the ways Best Pest Control can help!


Pest Control

Pest control may be the last thing on your mind once the summer ends, but pests don't go away during the fall. Many different insects like to seek out shelter to escape the cold, and that warm place may be your home. Termites also tend to swarm during the fall, so make sure your home is fully protected and call a Lake of the Ozarks pest control company.

Fall Lawn Care

Although you may not be mowing your lawn every weekend, there are still some things you need to do to make sure your lawn is prepared for the follow…

Missouri's Most Common Pests can Survive through Winter!

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When the cold weather appears, birds migrate south, bears go into hibernation, and humans layer up and tend to relax inside of their warm house. Have you ever wondered what happens to pests during the winter? Many people just assume that they die off, but Best Pest Control knows that some pests have strategies to make it through the winter. The best pest control company at the Lake of the Ozarks has some information about how some of Missouri's most common pests survive through the winter and the cold weather.


Bed Bugs
Bed bugs are interesting creatures. They can withstand temperatures from close to freezing to 122 degrees Fahrenheit. Because of this, controlling bed bugs can be extremely difficult. However, after a few days of exposure to temperatures below 32 degrees Fahrenheit, they usually succumb. The bad news? Our homes are the perfect refuge for bed bugs to survive during the winter months.

Ants
You don’t usually see a line of ants scurrying across the kitchen counter in the…