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Watch: Bob Vila Shares His 5 “Must-Do” Projects to Pest-Proof Your Home


This season is the best time to pest-proof your home. As seasons change, pests begin emerging looking for food and ways to get indoors. Whether it is rodents, ants, termites, mosquitoes, stinging insects or cockroaches, homeowners can take a few simple steps to protect their homes and families from the dangers and diseases associated with common household pests.


Home Improvement Expert Bob Vila has joined forces with the non-profit organization, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), to help homeowners identify common household pests and share his top five pest proofing tips that everyone can use.


Bob Vila Shares His 5 "Must-Do" Projects to Pest-Proof Your Home This Season


Bob joined me to share more about his tips for homeowners, as well as how to spot telltale signs of an infestation, how to eliminate mosquito breeding grounds around the property during warmer months, and other ways to repair potential entry sites to keep various types of pests out of your home during all seasons of the year before they become a bigger problem.

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For more information and additional tips, visit www.PestWorld.org.

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I love Bob Villa and his DIY projects. He makes everything look so easy


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