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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit
Any suggestions for keeping spiders/bugs out of the garage? [R]4 months, 3 weeks ago_SlippinJimmy posted submission on HomeImprovement.
Nov. 3, 2019
I just bought a house in central Texas and I'm trying to have my two-car garage be a workshop with a corner for a tv and such when I'm relaxing. The problem is my garage is full of spiders and spider webs. I've tried sweeping out the webs regularely and spraying pesticide around the large garage door frame but nothing seems to make a dent. Is there anything I can do to keep everything in my entire garage from being covered in spiders? :(
Nov. 4, 2019
If you haven't already tried it, give Ortho Home Defense a shot.
Spray along the joints such as floor/walls, ceiling/walls, wall/wall and across the entry into your garage. This usually lasts for months in my garage.
Hired a pest company to get rid of my ants and service did not work. Now they are asking for a $275 cancellation fee. What can I do? [R]7 months, 2 weeks agoilem3 posted submission on personalfinance.
Aug. 16, 2019
Hired a company to help me get rid of my ants outside. The price was $79 each time and they will come every 3 months to re-spray, for a 1 year contract.
The tech came and sprayed everything and ants were gone for 2 days. 2 days later ants start coming even more than before and now coming inside the house which they never did before. They told me to wait 10 days, I waited about 20 days and started looking for other solutions. I bought an $11 spray from amazon and it has gotten rid of all the ants and they haven't come back at all.
I called the company to cancel my service and they are asking for a $275 cancellation fee. I started looking around and realized this company has 550 complaints with the BBB, their hundreds of good reviews on google/yelp all look fake, and they have hundreds of bad reviews with the same problem I'm having.
I spoke to someone on the phone and they said theres nothing i can do they will charge the $275 fee. I filed a claim with the BBB and left as many reviews as I can. Can I dispute this to my credit card? Will they send me to collections and affect my credit? What are my options?
Aug. 16, 2019
Advice on how to get rid of spiders [R]9 months, 2 weeks ago_SlippinJimmy posted submission on HomeImprovement.
June 13, 2019
I have a lot of spiders in my house and nothing I do seems to get rid of them. Any advice would be greatly appreciated
What kind of bugs are these and what can be done to get rid of them? [R]9 months, 3 weeks agoonlysane1 posted submission on answers.
June 10, 2019
Within the past week or so we've been getting a huge amount of these tiny bugs all over the outside walls of our house. They're all over the ground as well. They seemingly appeared over night and are multiplying. I live in Southern California (Riverside County) if that helps.
Any info on what they are and what can be done about them is appreciated. We have an exterminator on their way as I type this but I wanted to get any info I could either way.
Sorry about the pics' quality below.
EDIT: added a few more clearer, hopefully, pictures.
June 10, 2019
The typical way to deal with insects getting in or on your house is to spray a general pesticide along the external perimeter of your home, right around where the wall meets the ground, making sure the spray covers the first 4 to 6 inches or so of the wall. The pesticide will kill insects the crawl over it, and they won't make it up the wall.
For large concentrations of the insects, you can spray them directly.
Make sure the pesticide you purchase is a spray of some kind, and is certified for outdoor perimeter use.
Ortho Home Defense seems to be what you might want to try.
Because spiders molt, every time you think you see a dead spider you might be looking at the skin of a live spider that is now larger than it was before. [R]10 months, 3 weeks agopurplepenguin4163 posted submission on Showerthoughts.
May 8, 2019
Also, earwigs can fly.
Best Pest Control? [R]1 year, 8 months agoBobarhino posted submission on Birmingham.
July 17, 2018
I killed three cockroaches in my house last night for the second time in a week. I've sprayed numerous times but it just doesn't seem to be getting the job done, no matter how many I find dead. Anybody got any recommendations for a good pest control company that I can call to get rid of these damn things?
I need a legitimate expert who knows where the roaches are coming from and how to drive them out. I know that it's midsummer in central Alabama so completely wiping them out is pretty much impossible, but I'm sick and tired of killing these things on a nightly basis. Once or twice a week, fine, but once or twice a night is insane. I walked into my kitchen last night and had one of those big black flying bastards scurrying into my cabinets. I basically just sighed and went to bed. These nasty things are starting to really wear on me.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Attn: Southern Homeowners [R]1 year, 10 months agocrunkadocious posted submission on homeowners.
May 16, 2018
We recently bought a house in South Carolina. My husband grew up here, but I grew up in Chicago, where cockroaches of any size or number are BAD news. Home is one story, all brick, with true fireplace; inspection for termites came back clean. In the three months we’ve lived in the house, we’ve probably had 8-10 fairly large (1-1.5”, maybe?) cockroaches wander through our living room. I know there’s roaches everywhere here and it’s typically nbd.....but at what point do we call an exterminator to cut off a potential infestation before it starts?
May 16, 2018
Have you sprayed anything like Ortho Home Defense? This is probably something you can solve for like 25 dollars.
Are there any baits/long-term ways of killing insects/arachnids that are not specific to a few species? [R]1 year, 12 months agoronniejean1 posted submission on pestcontrol.
April 1, 2018
I live in a converted garage apartment, and it's great. The only problem is that bugs and spiders keep getting in, I assume around the door seal. I'd rather not seal the entire door, as I do want to be able to open it sometimes. Is there some chemical that I can put around the door that will kill all bugs/arachnids that come in contact with it?
April 1, 2018
Ortho home defense has worked wonders for me. I spray around entire perimeter inside my house. Focusing on windows and doors. It’s indoor/outdoor but I feel like it just washed away outside. I had a daddy long leg infestation that nothing would get rid of except this. Now I don’t see any bugs. I spray spring and fall.
Is it really that hard to avoid a rats/cockroaches when looking for a place, or can you avoid them if you have decent budget? [R]2 years, 1 month agoReal_Kevin_Feige posted submission on AskNYC.
Feb. 13, 2018
EDIT: Thank you all for all of your comments/advice. This helped me a lot!
Feb. 14, 2018
I actually ordered it on Amazon a couple of months ago! Here you go! Any variation of this stuff works as long as it’s labeled to kill all the bad shit. Never seen a roach in my life it leads me to hardcore judging anyone anytime I visit their place and see one
Ortho Home Defense Insect Killer for Indoor & Perimeter2 with Comfort Wand https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N7KSXHX?ref=yopopma_swf