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Milberger Pest Control

Winter Pest Control Could Save Your Home

January 9, 2018

Generally speaking, the last thing someone thinks about during the winter is pest control. The focus during the winter is usually on frozen pipes, icy sidewalks, icicles falling from gutters, broken heaters, frozen pipes, but pest control!?! Of course, frozen pipes, ice, downed trees and power lines are the problems that most homeowners dread; however,…

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BED BUGS – HOW TO IDENTIFY A BED BUG INFESTATION

December 12, 2017

If you have a bed bug infestation, you usually don’t know until it is too late. It is best to find out early, before the bed bugs have a chance to get established or spread. Treating a minor infestation may be a bit inconvenient, BUT it is far less costly and easier than treating the…

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Fall Mice and Rat Pest Control

November 13, 2017

We get pest control calls all year, mostly in the Spring and Summer – but Fall and Winter pest control is still in demand. Why? Because the cooler days makes some of the worst pest move into your home where it is warm. For instance, mice and rats. Some people may find them to be…

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BedBugs: What Are They and Where to Find Them

October 9, 2017

Bedbugs are small, oval, brownish insects that live on the blood of animals or humans. Adult bedbugs have flat bodies about the size of an apple seed; however, after feeding their bodies swell and are a reddish color. Everett Milberger Pest Control has been fighting bedbugs for over 80 years and we think there are…

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The Reason DIY Pest Control is NOT a Good Idea

September 7, 2017

There are just as many DIY pest control solutions on the internet as there are pests in your home! Everett Milberger Pest Control has been exterminating pests in Kansas City since 1936, so we know a thing or two about pest control. Usually, we get the call for two reasons: DIY pest control solutions have…

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A Pest for All Seasons: Rodents

December 16, 2016

It is the type of news homeowners don’t want to hear: a pest that has the potential to be a nuisance and threat all year around. Mice and rats can threaten your living space from January to December, but winter is the prime season for rodent incursions into homes. Rodents, like most pests, simply seek…

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Unpack Bed Bugs From Your Travel Plans This Holiday with Milberger Pest Control

December 1, 2016

Seven tips to avoid bed bugs while your traveling for the holidays For Americans, the Thanksgiving and Christmas/New Year’s holidays are among the busiest long-distance travel periods of the year. The U.S. Department of Transportation estimates that the number of long-distance trips (to and from a destination 50 miles or more away) increases by 54…

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A Milberger Pest Control Thanksgiving

November 16, 2016

Thanksgiving is a holiday built around family. While families are defined many different ways, the core values of caring, trust and loyalty are there, no matter what. It’s what holds families together. Milberger Pest Control recognizes the value of family when it comes to providing expert pest management services to our residential and commercial customers across…

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Milberger Pest Control Says “Boo” to Pests This Halloween

October 16, 2016

Spiders are everywhere around Blue Springs and Lee’s Summit during the Halloween season and we are not talking about decorations – The Black Widow According to the National Retail Foundation, U.S. consumers are expected to spend $6.9 billion on candy, costumes and other treats this Halloween.  Also, for the eleventh year in a row, the…

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Don’t Dust Off Drywood Termites

October 1, 2016

Milberger Pest Control has a long history of successfully treating and protecting homes from destructive termites – insects that cost American consumers nearly $5 billion annually in treatments and repairs. When most consumers think of termites, it’s the subterranean species. But did you know there’s a termite that doesn’t like to get its antennae dirty?…

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