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Feb 14, 2008
 
2008 Best of Los Angeles Pest Control Exterminators - Top Voted Firm - Search Here NOW !

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Household pests can potentially carry all kinds of disgusting and at times even dangerous diseases. Pests like insects and rodents are a big problem in the home, and need to be handled in a timely manner in order to control the situation. Especially when you have small children. There are literally hundreds of insecticides, and poisons, and other products at our supermarkets intended to aid you in eliminating pests. Unfortunately however, many times these can be temporary solutions for only the immediate future, seeing as what can happen is the problem is taken care of for a while, but then they eventually come back. Especially with insect pests, it is extremely difficult to destroy an entire colony on your own. Calling in a professional is almost inevitable. Not only can this be a difficult task for you to undertake on your own, but it can also sometimes be unwise if the pest or pests you are trying to get rid of is something a little bigger and more dangerous than a cockroach or a rat. Because even in the very urban, Los Angeles, you can occasionally get such pests as: hornets, raccoons, wasps, bats, or on some instances even snakes. Many pest exterminating companies in Los Angeles are willing to offer a free estimate on their services. If you are looking for a pest or Exterminators firm in west or East LA, there are many companies to choose from. Also termites are another large problem that needs to be tended to quick. We are sure you seen houses draped over with colorful circus-like material. There any many who are willing to set up a regular service at your home or Business. Also we have provided you with a great list of useful keywords that might help find the correct category in the Pest control Field of Business: rats mice bugs pests termites pesticides bees rodents birds ants cockroaches pesticide wasps snakes bee bird flies fly cockroach termite services ant services mice and rats. Pests are more than just annoying; they can pose serious risks to your health and property if they go unnoticed. And did you know that one mouse can contaminate ten times more food than it eats. Now, most people don’t just have one mouse, do they? Why take the risk? Another issue arises with the concern that the chemicals being used to kill off these pests aren’t so toxic that they pose a risk to the health of you and your family. This is something that pest control companies take very seriously so that you don’t have to worry.. And when you do find the appropriate contractor to take care of your infestation, be sure to mention to them that you found them through LArepairfinder, and they’ll be sure to take good care of you. Good luck.

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Feb 20, 2008
 
Welcome to Do-It Yourself Pest Control Inc., your best resource for professional supplies for residential and commercial control of pests. Our expertly trained staff can advise you on your pest control needs.

Within our site you will find links to insect identification, insect help pages, rodent identification, recommended measures, professional equipment, and information about professional strength products that you can use yourself.

We would like for every customer to have access to all of the educational resources to successfully select, purchase and utilize any item in our extensive professional product offering. We make every attempt to maintain links to all of the available information with the recommended products.

We carry baits, insecticides, pesticides, termiticides, rodenticides, traps and many other helpful professional items.

By using our expertly recommended professional products instead of a commercial extermination service, you will easily and efficiently eradicate pests or rodents at a cost savings of up to 70%.

Our 25 +years of professional experience is always free and available to our customers. We want to insure that you have the correct product and application instructions for the job.



Please browse our Web site. We have designed it to be both practical and informative.

For customers who would like to order our products, feel free to use our : On Line Store or feel free to call our toll free number (1-800-476-3368).

We are very conservative in our approach for application of pest control chemicals, with recommendations for spraying the most effectively, with the least amount of product.

Today’s professionals use Integrated Pest Management techniques, including traps and exclusion methods to control pests. We also recommend these procedures.

There are also many baits and traps on this site that work extremely well for your target insect or rodent.

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Mar 10, 2008
 
Pest control refers to the regulation or management of another species defined as a pest, usually because it is believed to be detrimental to a person's health, the ecology or the economy

Pest control is at least as old as agriculture. In order to maximize food production, it can be economically advantageous to protect crops from competing species of plants, as well as from herbivores competing with humans.

The conventional approach was probably the first to be employed, since it is comparatively easy to destroy weeds by burning them or plowing them under, and to kill larger competing herbivores, such as crows and other birds eating seeds. Techniques such as crop rotation, companion planting, also known as intercropping or mixed cropping, and the selective breeding of pest-resistant cultivars also have a long history.

Many pests have only become a problem because of the direct actions of humans. Modifying these actions can often substantially reduce the pest problem. In the USA, raccoons caused a nuisance by tearing open refuse sacks. Many householders introduced bins with locking lids, which deterred the raccoons from visiting. House flies tend to accumulate wherever there is human activity and is virtually a global phenomenon, especially where food or food waste is exposed. Similarly, seagulls have become a pest at many seaside resorts. Tourists would often feed the birds with scraps of fish and chips, and before long, the birds would become dependent on this food source and act aggressively towards humans.

In the UK, following concern about animal welfare, humane pest control and deterrence is gaining ground through the use of animal psychology rather than destruction. For instance, with the urban Red Fox which territorial behaviour is used against the animal, usually in conjunction with non-injurious chemical repellents.

Chemical pest control dates back 4,500 years, when the Sumerians used sulfur compounds as insecticides. The Rig Veda, which is about 4,000 years old, also mentions the use of poisonous plants for pest control. And the ancient Chinese and Egyptians are also known to have used chemical pest control. But it was only with the industrialization and mechanization of agriculture in the 18th and 19th century, and the introduction of the insecticides pyrethrum and derris that chemical pest control became the method of choice. In the 20th century, the discovery of several synthetic insecticides, such as DDT, and herbicides boosted this development. Chemical pest control is still the predominant type of pest control today, although its long-term effects led to a renewed interest in traditional and biological pest control towards the end of the 20th century.
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Mar 20, 2008
 
Out of nowhere all these mice are crawling in my walls and under my floors! I knew about this listing site after it helped me find an auto repair service agency, so I just went back to there and easily found a pest control business that could help me out. No more mice!
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Mar 25, 2008
 
Pest control refers to the regulation or management of another species defined as a pest, usually because it is believed to be detrimental to a person's health, the ecology or the economy

Pest control is at least as old as agriculture. In order to maximize food production, it can be economically advantageous to protect crops from competing species of plants, as well as from herbivores competing with humans.

The conventional approach was probably the first to be employed, since it is comparatively easy to destroy weeds by burning them or plowing them under, and to kill larger competing herbivores, such as crows and other birds eating seeds. Techniques such as crop rotation, companion planting, also known as intercropping or mixed cropping, and the selective breeding of pest-resistant cultivars also have a long history.

Many pests have only become a problem because of the direct actions of humans. Modifying these actions can often substantially reduce the pest problem. In the USA, raccoons caused a nuisance by tearing open refuse sacks. Many householders introduced bins with locking lids, which deterred the raccoons from visiting. House flies tend to accumulate wherever there is human activity and is virtually a global phenomenon, especially where food or food waste is exposed. Similarly, seagulls have become a pest at many seaside resorts. Tourists would often feed the birds with scraps of fish and chips, and before long, the birds would become dependent on this food source and act aggressively towards humans.

In the UK, following concern about animal welfare, humane pest control and deterrence is gaining ground through the use of animal psychology rather than destruction. For instance, with the urban Red Fox which territorial behaviour is used against the animal, usually in conjunction with non-injurious chemical repellents.

Chemical pesticides dates back 4,500 years, when the Sumerians used sulfur compounds as insecticides. The Rig Veda, which is about 4,000 years old, also mentions the use of poisonous plants for pest control. And the ancient Chinese and Egyptians are also known to have used chemical pest control. But it was only with the industrialization and mechanization of agriculture in the 18th and 19th century, and the introduction of the insecticides pyrethrum and derris that chemical pest control became the method of choice. In the 20th century, the discovery of several synthetic insecticides, such as DDT, and herbicides boosted this development. Chemical pest control is still the predominant type of pest control today, although its long-term effects led to a renewed interest in traditional and biological pest control towards the end of the 20th century.
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Mar 26, 2008
 
Raccoons aren't pests...
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Mar 31, 2008
 
Sure they are. They get into trash cans and make a huge mess of the place.
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Apr 1, 2008
 
I think spiders are the worst pests, solely because of their reproduction rate. If you get a couple of black widows in a house and they mate...you'll have thousands of super venomous spiders all over the place!
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Apr 2, 2008
 

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So these companies are top voted? Who votes?
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Apr 3, 2008
 
NATO. -_-
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Apr 3, 2008
 
NATO!
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Apr 7, 2008
 
Their list of companies is growing bigger, looking forward to finding another low priced exterminator.
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Apr 8, 2008
 
Stanley Pest Control is committed to bringing you the most effective pest management programs possible. At Stanley Pest Control, we understand that pests need to be taken care of promptly. When you work with Stanley Pest Control you enjoy all the advantages of a large-scale service provider with the courtesy and consideration of an operator owned business. Our services are designed to accommodate a wide range of clients – from homeowners to large commercial structure managers. In addition to general pest control and eradication, we can handle a variety of pest-related issues, including: Pests Gophers/Moles Pigeons Odor Control Fly Control Bees & Wasps Rats & Rodent Proofing Dead Animal Removal Food Pests Bats Raccoons Skunks Nuisance animal trapping Lawn Fertilization Window Screen Replacement Gutter Guards Dryer vent replacement Garage door weather stripping Advances electronic technology for rodent control Chimney caps Bird netting pest control los angeles bees los angeles pests los angeles
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Apr 9, 2008
 
ABC Honey and Bee is a bee and wasp removal and control service. Live swarms captured and relocated to bee farms. Removal from trees, structures, in ground (yellow jackets love gopher holes), attics, eves, walls and basements

ABC Honey and Bee
is a bee and wasp
removal and control service.

Live swarms captured and relocated to bee farms.
Removal from trees, structures, in ground (yellow jackets love gopher holes), attics, eves, walls and basements.

ABC Honey and Bee

Worker bees do all the different tasks needed to maintain and operate the hive. They make up the vast majority of the hive's occupants and they are all sterile females. When young, they are called house bees and work in the hive doing comb construction, brood rearing, tending the queen and drones, cleaning, temperature regulation and defending the hive. Older workers are called field bees. They forage outside the hive to gather nectar, pollen, water and certain sticky plant resins used in hive construction. Workers born early in the season will live about 6 weeks while those born in the fall will live until the following spring. Workers are about 12 mm long and highly specialized for what they do, with a structure called a pollen basket (or corbiculum) on each hind leg, an extra stomach for storing and transporting nectar or honey and four pairs of special glands that secrete beeswax on the underside of their abdomen. They have a straight, barbed stinger which can only be used once. It rips out of their abdomen after use, which kills the bee.

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Apr 10, 2008
 
While chemical pesticides may kill insects effectively, some may also be toxic to human beings and lead to severe environmental degradation if their use is not properly managed. By comparison, natural pesticides, which are usually eco-friendly, are more conducive to environmental sustainability and more beneficial to public wellness. Many species have anti-insect properties but are non-toxic to humans, including Arisaema jacquemontii, which has been demonstrated to have an anti-cancer potency
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Apr 18, 2008
 
anti-cancer potency?
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Apr 21, 2008
 
No idea what that was.
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May 23, 2008
 
Knowing what fumigation is wins you half the battle for knowledge about whether or not it’s hazardous to your health. Fumigation is a method of pest control that completely fills an area with gaseous pesticides to suffocate or poison the pests within the house or building. It is utilized for control of pests in buildings (structural fumigation), soil, grain, and produce, and is also used during processing of goods to be imported or exported to prevent transfer of “exotic organisms.” Structural fumigating techniques differ from building to building, but in houses, a rubber tent is often placed over the entire house while the pesticides are being released into the residence. This concentrates the gases and prevents them from escaping and doing harm to the people in the neighborhood. During this time, the residents of the house must find an alternate residence for up to a week depending on the fumigant used, which in turn depends on the severity of infestation and the size of the house.
What chemicals are used in fumigation?
The most commonly used fumigant used to be methyl bromide until its use was restricted by the Montreal Protocol due to its role in ozone depletion.
Other widely used chemicals include:
Phosphine (phosphorous hydride)– Phosphine is a highly toxic chemical that kills at low concentrations. Because of this, the gas is used for pest control by fumigation. For farm use, it is often sold in the form of “aluminum phosphide,”“calcium phosphide,” or “zing phosphide” pellets, which yield phosphine on contact with atmospheric water or rodents’ stomach acid. These pellets also contain other chemicals which evolve ammonia, which helps to reduce the potential for spontaneous ignition or explosion of the phosphine gas. They may also contain other agents, such as methanethiol, to give the gas a detectable garlic smell to help warn against its presence in the atmosphere.
1, 3 – Dichloropropene – A colorless liquid with a sweet smell, dichloropropene is used mainly in farming as a pesticide, specifically as a preplant fumigant and nematicide (a type of chemical used to kill parasitic nematodes, or roundworms). Dichloropropene is used in the following crops: Tobacco, potatoes, sugar beets, cotton, peanuts, sweet potatoes, onions, carrots, watermelons, cantaloups, cucumbers, strawberries, sweet peppers, melons, blueberries, and asparagus.
Chloropicrin – Chloropicrin is a slightly oily, colorless or faintly yellow liquid. Originally used in World War I as a chemical weapon, it is now used for fumigation to sterilize soil and seed, as well as the extermination of rats, organic synthesis, insecticides and fungicides.
Sulfuryl Fluoride – Sulfuryl Fluoride was originally developed by the Dow Chemical Company and is in widespread use as a structural fumigant insecticide to control drywood termites, particularly in warm-weather portions of the southwestern and southeastern United States and in Hawaii. It is currently marketed by two distinct manufacturers, under three different brand names: Vikane (Dow), Zythor (EnSystex II), and ProFume (Dow). Sulfuryl Fluoride has recently been marketed as a post-harvest fumigant for dry fruits, nuts, and grains under the trade name ProFume. During the application of sulfuryl fluoride, the building is enclosed in a tight tent and filled with gas for a period of time (usually around 16 to 18 hours but for as long as 72 hours). The building must then be ventilated, generally for at least 6 hours, before occupants can return. Some pest control experts claim that sulfuryl fluoride is the only effective treatment for drywood termites, the only other approved method for whole structure treatment for termites in California being heat. Because it leaves no residue, sulfuryl fluoride provides no protection from future infestations, although heavy reinfestation can take several years since drywood termites have slower growing colonies than ground termites.
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May 29, 2008
 
I have a cockroach problem but i am deadly afraid of chemicals because I have 3 Chihuahas, Is there maybe an all natural way to kill the little buggers?
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