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Mold in House on Walls, Ceiling, Windows

By |June 23rd, 2018|hospitality, house, mould, news|

Removing Mold on Walls     If you have mold on the walls in your home then it's usually easy to remove. If the wall is non-porous then you can simply wipe the mold away using a wet cloth. You can also use a mold killing product if you like. The killing mold page describes how to [...]

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Signs of Mold in House

By |June 18th, 2018|hospitality, house, mould, news|

Allergic Symptoms from Mold   If you are having a problem with allergies then there's a good chance there could be mold growing somewhere in your home. Common allergic reactions to mold include sneezing, sore eyes and a runny nose or nasal congestion. Do you notice your allergic reactions are worse when you're at home [...]

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Mold Symptoms in Humans

By |June 8th, 2018|hospitality, house, mould, news|

If you have a mold problem in your home you are probably suffering several of the symptoms of mold. In fact many people suffer symptoms from mold and don't even realize it, instead assuming their symptoms are from hay fever or a cold.         Types of Symptoms from Mold There are three [...]

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Food and Pest Control

By |October 27th, 2017|comercial, hospitality, pest control|

According to the Department of Primary Industries and Food Authority of NSW, pest control is an important food safety measure for food businesses. Common pests such as rats, mice and cockroaches can carry bacteria and viruses that can contaminate food and food contact surfaces. Pests that can be found in food premises include: Rodents (eg. [...]

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Why insect activity increases in summer?

By |October 15th, 2017|hospitality, house, news|

While the Bureau of Meteorology is predicting an increase in the average temperature this summer, entomologists are forecasting an increase in insect activity. It might seem that insects choose to annoy us over the summer, however, the real reason for their population boom is a complex interaction of winter rainfall, availability of food sources and increasing temperatures. [...]

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Mice plague hits Adelaide’s south after very wet summer

By |October 7th, 2017|hospitality, news, pest control|

RESIDENTS in Adelaide’s south are battling plagues of mice, brought on by our wettest summer in 80 years. Pest experts say mice populations in some areas are “astronomical” because wet weather has provided them with plenty of food. Murray Pest Control area manager Mark Shuttleworth, who works on the Fleurieu Peninsula, said the company was [...]

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How to weatherproof your home

By |July 24th, 2017|hospitality, house, news|

As with many of those seemingly small maintenance issues, whether it be cleaning out gutters or fixing a leaky roof, the cost of putting mundane tasks in the too-hard basket for too long can soon add up. We asked the experts how to weatherproof your home for winter. Here are their top eight tips: 1. [...]

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Wasps causing less of a buzz for pest control services

By |January 16th, 2017|birds, hospitality, house, news, pest control|

Pest control services are feeling the sting, but everyone else is buzzing with glee as a cool summer keeps angry wasps away. Few will be mourning the wasp shortage, however other effects from the terrible summer are hitting the pest control industry. It's different this season because of the wet and the rain and lack [...]

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Pest Control in Facilities

By |August 6th, 2016|hospitality, news, pest control|

A high number of people come in and out of facilities everyday. Therefore it is very important to keep those facilities free of any pest.       Facility managers are often considered a jack of all trades, as they are responsible for maintaining the quality of a building and ensuring the safety of employees, [...]

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Why Subfloor Ventilation is important

By |July 30th, 2016|hospitality, house, mould, news, subfloor, ventilation|

On average, people spend about 90 percent of their time indoors. Since the majority of people’s daily activities take place inside, the atmosphere inside of homes has a major impact on the health and safety of the majority of the population. Research has shown that indoor air pollution can actually have more damaging effects on [...]

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