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New Pest Control Guides Save You Hundreds Every Year

 

The largest online retailer of pest control supplies in the United States has just made do-it yourself pest control safer and easier, allowing you to save hundreds to thousands of dollars on pest control every year.

DoMyOwnPestControl.com has released a series of concise, expertly written DIY pest control guides for each of the top 20 North American pests. Each guide includes accurate pest details, expert control instructions, and pro product recommendations all in one place.

The new pest control guides include simplified step-by-step instructions, images, and videos for getting rid of some of the most difficult pests consumers face.

For example, the General Pest Prevention Treatment Guide will teach you how to keep 90% of all insect pests out of your home, without having to hire an exterminator. Instead of paying $350-$500 per year (depending on your location) for prevention spray treatments around the perimeter of your home, you can apply the exact same products yourself for as little as $20 per year.

The new pest control guides include complete do-it-yourself steps, comprised of four main sections: Identification, Inspection, Treatment, and Prevention.

Depending on which pest you need to get rid of, there can be some research involved in exterminating them effectively. In some instances, DoMyOwnPestControl.com will recommend hiring an exterminator, but in most cases, people can do their own pest control.

"With the immense amount of information on the web about do-it-yourself pest control, our goal was to create a step-by-step process that condensed all that information into simple, easy to use guides." said Philip Gossling, Co-Owner and Chief Technology Officer at DoMyOwnPestControl.com.

DoMyOwnPestControl.com is a family owned business, started by two brothers back in 2004. It has grown to become the largest online supplier of professional grade pest control products in the United States.

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