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Thursday, April 20, 2017

Do you own a website?

Hey folks.
If you own a website and want better rankings, professional knowledge, and understanding how search engine spiders crawl your site. Then you need to submit your site to http://www.activesearchresults.com/addwebsite.php
I have been an active member for a few years now and my site ranks better than my competitors by over double. On a ranking scale like alexa. Weekly articles are invaluable. Learn how your sites meta displays.
All you have to do is follow prompts in your email from http://www.activesearchresults.com 
Enjoy  ;>} http://www.patrickspestcontrol.org/
Patrick.

Friday, February 5, 2016

Patrick's Pest Control Facebook Page

Patrick's Pest Control Facebook Page: Patrick's Pest Control provides excellent residential and commercial pest control services.specializing in bedbug extermination.licensed nuisance wild animal.Visit and "like" my page

Friday, January 8, 2016

5 cities in Ohio make #Top10 in U.S for #BedBugs

Dayton,Cincinnati,Columbus,Cleveland,Akron/Canton.
Sad when we have half of the list of top 10 cities with most reported Bed bugs in the nation.
Call #PatricksPestControl 234-525-2847

Friday, May 16, 2014

Please don't try placing "Mothballs" throughout your home.

Bad practice indeed. Mothballs contain either (naphthalene) or (paradichlorobenzene) as their active ingredient. Both of these substances are fumigants, and are potentially toxic to humans.Can be inhaled or absorbed through the skin.Mothballs’ Link to Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma (cancer).If a pregnant woman comes in contact with the substance, it has the ability to cross the placenta in amounts high enough to cause fetal toxicity. 
Some symptoms of toxicity may not appear for days after ingestion or contact, and a number of deaths have been reported from intentional ingestion of naphthalene-containing mothballs. 
The Risk Assessment Information System indicates the lethal dose of naphthalene for adults is 5 to 15 grams compared to 2 to 3 grams in children. 
While not as prominent as naphthalene, paradichlorobenzene is also harmful to children and adults. The insecticide is distributed in blood, fat and breast milk.
Best practice is calling a professional who knows what chemicals (pesticides) to use. Safety for you and your Family are my most important concern. Then I can feel comfortable treating the insects effectively,never losing focus on safety first.
Patrick Crosby of Patrick's Pest Control