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Eden’s Cody Pace Interviewed on ‘Around the House with Handyman Bob & Eric G.’

At Eden Pest, our team is serious about educating the public about residential pest control and insects. We are proud that our very own Cody Pace appeared on the popular radio show “Around the House with Handyman Bob and Eric G.” on September 26, 2015. During the show, Pace discussed the “Pestaurant” event at OMSI’s […]

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Fleas Thriving in the Pacific Northwest

Fleas loved the mild winter this year as much as residents in the Pacific Northwest did. The unusual warm weather throughout 2015 created the ideal environment for fleas to thrive, keeping residential pest control companies busy. Interestingly, Washington and Oregon pest control companies responded to homes and businesses with flea problems that did not have […]

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Oregon Pest Control News: Portland Bans Pesticides that Are Harmful to Bees

2015 has been a good year for bees so far, according to Perdue researchers in an April 2015 Pest Control Technology article. The article states that a greater percentage of honeybees survived the recent winter better, as it wasn’t as cold as last year. Integrated pest management experts state that honeybee populations have declined by […]

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Pests in Your Insulation? We Can Help with That!

A crawlspace is one of the least desirable places of a home, and for good reason. They’re often barely large enough for a human crawl into and Washington pest control experts share that crawlspaces can be the ideal habitat for critters. While you may not want to think about what lurks beneath their floorboards, having […]

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Have You Had Your Home Inspected for Termites Yet?

Spring is here and so are the termites. Oregon pest management experts agree that when the weather warms and the spring rains arrive, homes become more vulnerable to the damage that the insects cause. By knowing the signs of a termite infestation, you can act quickly before major damage occurs. Residential Pest Control Misconceptions about […]

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Eden Pest Knows Bugs: Lady Bugs Aren’t Bugs… They are Beetles!

While they’re small, red and cute, ladybugs are in the coccinellidae family of small beetles. Some common names for ladybugs across North America and the UK include “lady beetle” and “ladybird beetle.” Residential pest control experts share that the coccinellidae family of insects is largely made up beneficial critters that help your garden look attractive […]

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Do You Have Spring Allergies? Think Again! Your Symptoms May Be the Result of a Pest Infestation

Spring is allergy season. Dust and pollen, however, aren’t the only things that cause runny noses, breathing problems and itchy eyes. Residential pest control experts share that indoor pests like rodents and cockroaches may be the culprits behind your allergy or asthma symptoms. Preventing and controlling such pests is a medication-free way to manage the […]

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April is National Pest Management Month!

April is National Pest Management Month, which celebrates the pest management industry, including residential and commercial pest control experts who help protect public health and properties. Oregon and Washington pest control technicians work every day behind the scenes to help improve your quality of life and keep the places where you dine, work, live and […]

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NPMA’s Asthma and Allergy Infographic: Check it Out!

Residential pest management experts agree that common household pests like cockroaches and rodents can trigger asthma and allergy symptoms. An infographic by the National Pest Management Association tells you more about the allergens that pests produce, when pests are most likely to be in your home and the number of cockroaches that can invisibly infest […]

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Eden Pest Know Bugs: Bees Hug to Stay Warm in Winter Months

Residential pest control companies share that bees are cold blooded. This means their body temperatures reflect the temperature around them. When temperatures fall below 50 degrees F, they have to take action…or die. To warm up, bees huddle together so the fuzz on their bodies form a protective barrier against cold air.  When the temperatures […]

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