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When it comes to pest management and control, it’s paramount to stay up-to-date on environmental discoveries, extermination innovations and the changing dynamics of the world around us. We think it’s important to share these findings with you, along with the new discoveries and any new topics we uncover in our own day-to-day work as your hometown professionals.

  1. Preventing Bed Bugs on Vacation

    Are you planning a vacation? You’re not alone: as Ohio and many other parts of the U.S. slowly re-open post-COVID, many people are thinking of taking that long-awaited vacation. Right now, you’re probably most concerned with vaccine passports, mask mandates, and other COVID requirements and protocols—but don’t forget about regular travel concerns, like bed bugs!…

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  2. Does Cold Kill Bed Bugs?

    Instead of letting Mother Nature be your bed bug exterminator, call ScherZinger – your trusted pest control company.

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  3. Do Bed Bugs Hurt Pets?

    Can bed bugs hurt your pets? It goes without saying, but keeping your home protected from bed bugs will ensure your pets are, too.

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  4. Do Bed Bugs Carry Disease?

    Bed bugs are a common fear for most people, and for good reason—bed bugs can quickly turn into a structure-wide infestation, causing physical pain as well as psychological damage and suffering. Even worse, there are numerous misconceptions and myths surrounding bed bugs, including their ability to carry infectious diseases and cause cross-contamination from bites. So…

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  5. Got Bugs in Your Basement? Get to Know the Creepers

    Do you know what’s scurrying around in your basement? Chances are if you have a basement, then you have things that creep and crawl. Basements and crawl spaces are particularly vulnerable to crawling pests because they are usually cool, damp and dark—with little human traffic. Pests require three things for survival: water, shelter and food….

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