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How to Repel Mosquitos

How to Repel Mosquitos

Summer, the season eagerly anticipated by all, is just around the corner! It’s the time for outdoor barbecues, pool parties, and late-night gatherings under the stars. However, with the warm weather and sunshine also come some unwelcome visitors: mosquitoes....
Summer Pests to Watch Out For in Des Moines, Iowa

Summer Pests to Watch Out For in Des Moines, Iowa

As the summer season approaches, it’s important to be aware of the potential pest problems that can arise. In Des Moines, Iowa, the warm weather and increased humidity create the perfect conditions for various pests to thrive. Diam Pest Control is here to help...
What You Should Know About Carpet Beetles

What You Should Know About Carpet Beetles

Carpet beetles may seem like harmless little creatures, but if left unchecked, they can wreak havoc on your home. These tiny insects can cause damage to fabrics, carpets, and even food items. They are often found in homes throughout Iowa, and homeowners should be...
Harmful Insects & Spiders in Iowa

Harmful Insects & Spiders in Iowa

Protecting your home from pests is an important step to take for anyone living in Iowa. Whether you own or rent your home, it’s essential to be aware of the most common insects and spiders that can make their way into your home. Knowing what these pests look like and...
5 Mosquito Myths You Should Know

5 Mosquito Myths You Should Know

Mosquitos are a major pest across the world. In some places, they’re even a major carrier of bloodborne illnesses that as recently as a century ago majorly contributed to human deaths thanks to viruses like malaria, yellow fever, and other nasty stuff. Even in the...
Tick Tick Boom: The Time Bomb in Your Backyard

Tick Tick Boom: The Time Bomb in Your Backyard

No matter who you are, if you regularly spend time outdoors and live in the Midwest, then you or someone you know has been bitten by a tick. Today, ticks are an infamous component of the outdoors. It seems that year, after year, the number of ticks increases and with...