Cedarcide Blog Post Image: How to Get Rid of Centipedes: 3 Steps

How to Get Rid of Centipedes: 3 Steps

However, apart from the rare cases when centipedes bite, these many-legged, nocturnal bugs are actually quite beneficial. They won’t harm your home or belongings, they won’t eat the food in your kitchen or the plants in your garden, but they will help rid your home and lawn of other unwanted pests, such as roaches, spiders, moths, flies, termites, ants, moths, ticks, fleas, silverfish and more.
November 12, 2020 — Corinna Henderson
Categories: Bugs & Pest Control
Cedarcide Blog Post Image, How to Protect Your Deck & Fencing from Snow and Cold Weather

How to Protect Your Deck & Fencing from Snow and Cold Weather

Moisture damage, rot, decay, warping, cracking, swelling & shrinking—snow, sleet, ice, and cold weather can do a number on our fences, decks, outbuildings, garden boxes, and other wooden projects, costing us tons of money once spring returns.
November 03, 2020 — Corinna Henderson
Cedarcide Blog Post Image, Hot to Get Rid of Boxelder Bugs: 3 Steps

How to Get Rid of Boxelder Bugs: 3 Steps

During the warm months, the small orange and black insects known as boxelder bugs go mostly unnoticed. However, once the leaves start to turn and temperatures drop, these annoying, odor-causing pests begin to emerge in search of warmth, often in disturbingly large numbers.
October 13, 2020 — Corinna Henderson
Cedarcide Blog Post Image, These Are the Fall Pests You Need to Worry About

These Are the Fall Pests You Need to Worry About

The chirp of crickets can be a seasonal pleasure, but when your home’s haunted with that noise all night long, it’s certainly an unwelcome intrusion. A home full of dozens of dead and decaying crickets is really gross, too.
October 09, 2020 — Corinna Henderson
Cedarcide Bog Post Image, How to Get Rid of Roaches: 3 Steps

How to Get Rid of Roaches: 3 Steps

Few bugs send a shiver down your back like a giant cockroach scuttling across your kitchen floor. And sure—they don’t bite or sting, but they’re really, really gross, infamous for spreading all sorts of germs and grime throughout our homes, right around our loved ones and pets.
September 23, 2020 — Corinna Henderson
Categories: Bugs & Pest Control
Cedarcide Blog Post Image, How to Get Rid of Squirrels Humanely and Naturally

How to Get Rid of Squirrels Humanely and Naturally

Enter the squirrel. They’re cute and seemingly harmless, but when they invade our homes and lawns they can cause costly property damage, not to mention spread fleas, ticks, and other pests to our pets and families.
September 22, 2020 — Corinna Henderson
Cedarcide Blog Post Image, The Scary Truth About Household Cleaners

The Scary Truth About Household Cleaners

The scary truth is that traditional cleaners fill our homes with toxic chemicals. Through inhalation and absorption through the skin, we and our families are exposed to these harmful ingredients daily.
September 15, 2020 — Corinna Henderson
Cedarcide Blog Post Image, How to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles

How to Get Rid of Japanese Beetles: 3 Steps

Japanese Beetles and their larval grub form are arguably the most destructive garden pests you can face, capable of destroying your entire lawn or garden in only a matter of days. Here’s how to control Japanese beetles with just 3 simple steps. 
September 11, 2020 — Corinna Henderson
Cedarcide Blog Post Image, 10 Surprising Places Bugs Could Be Hiding in Your Home

10 Surprising Places Bugs Could Be Hiding in Your Home

Sooo you might not want to hear this, but there are definitely bugs hiding in your home, whether you see them or not. Normally it’s no big deal, a few beneficial bug-eating spiders here or there. But sometimes you’re not so lucky, and your hidden bugs are a costly problem just waiting to happen. Food, water, and shelter—these are the reasons bugs move indoors, and because our homes provide all three, every household has at least a few critters crawling around somewhere.
September 10, 2020 — Corinna Henderson
Categories: Bugs & Pest Control
Cedarcide Blog Post Image, How to Get Rid of Fleas with Cedarcide: 3 Steps

How to Get Rid of Fleas with Cedarcide: 3 Steps

While a flea or two isn’t usually a cause for panic, if left untreated they can quickly become the worst bug problem you’ve ever faced. Given that a single female flea can produce a population of over 20,000 in just 60 days, it’s not hard to see how fast things can get out of hand. All of which is to say, if you think you might have fleas, you need to act immediately.
August 26, 2020 — Corinna Henderson
Cedarcide Blog Post Image, How to Get Rid of Earwigs Naturally

How to Get Rid of Earwigs Naturally

While their large pinchers might seem threatening, earwigs are actually quite harmless, and in many cases can be a welcome addition to your yard’s natural ecosystem. And no, the old wives’ tales are not true—earwigs never burrow into human ears or present any other threat to people or pets.
August 12, 2020 — Corinna Henderson
Categories: Bugs & Pest Control
Cedarcide Blog Post Image, How to Get Rid of Carpenter Ants: 3 Steps

How to Get Rid of Carpenter Ants: 3 Steps

If you think you might have carpenter ants, there’s no time to spare, so let’s get right to the point. Once you locate the colony, getting rid of carpenter ants with Cedarcide is straightforward and best of all it doesn’t involve exposing your family or pets to poisonous pesticides. Here’s how to get rid of and prevent carpenter ants with Cedarcide in 3 simple steps:
August 05, 2020 — Corinna Henderson