How To Tackle A Pigeon Problem

By CimeX | Apr 1, 2019

Pigeons can become a problem for homeowners, apartment dwellers and business owners alike. Their droppings can wreak havoc on paint, balconies and parking lots. Their feces can attract mice and they are highly acidic, staining and eating away at the underlying surface. Pigeon feces can also eat away at your car’s paint, causing serious and […]

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When Gophers Have Got To Go

By CimeX | Mar 1, 2019

Gophers, a variety of burrowing rodent, are common in the western two-thirds of the United States. They’re also referred to as ground squirrels. These little creatures eat up flowers, vegetables and make a general mess out of many homeowners’ lawns. Gophers can also pose a threat to farm or commercial property. Here’s how you know […]

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CimeX Control Rated #1 For Pest Control In Arizona

By CimeX | Feb 14, 2019

We’re proud to announce we were rated #1 in the Pest Control category for the 2019 edition of Ranking Arizona! For 22 years, the publication has been referenced every day by company officials to help them make decisions for their businesses and families. We are happy to have a place next to so many fantastic […]

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Lovebugs are more than just a feeling

By CimeX | Feb 7, 2019

February is the month of love. With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, we thought it would be interesting to take a look at one little known insect in the southwestern United States: the lovebug. This march fly is a nuisance to those living along the Gulf Coast and the southeastern region of the United States. For […]

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Why Cockroaches Are So Hard To Kill

By CimeX | Jan 11, 2019

Cockroaches are one of the most resilient creatures on the planet. They hide in walls, sewers and cupboards. Cockroaches are one of the most hated pests. With such world-renowned hatred, how do they manage to survive? Here’s why they are so hard to get rid of on your own. The American Cockroach Over 3,500 species […]

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When DIY Pest Control Doesn’t Work

By CimeX | Dec 19, 2018

As a homeowner, you can take certain steps to keep pests away from your home. There are DIY methods that sometimes work: keeping food sealed tight in the pantry, using herbs to repel certain bugs, or placing traps. What about situations where pests are out of control? Homeowners have a certain set of tools that […]

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Pantry Pest Control

How To Keep A Pest-Free Pantry

By CimeX | Nov 2, 2018

“Pantry Pests” is a term for bugs that feed on packaged goods. These pests will infiltrate your pantry and eat your food unless you take steps to keep them at bay. Regular infestations can lead to food waste and cost you money, and the same things that attract pantry pests can also attract mice. A […]

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CimeX Awarded A 2017 Angie’s List Super Service Award

By CimeX | Oct 24, 2018

Cimex Control Pest Management is proud to announce that it has earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award (SSA). This award honors service professionals who have maintained exceptional service ratings and reviews on Angie’s List in 2017. “The service providers that receive our Angie’s List Super Service Award demonstrate the level […]

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Pest Control Tips: Dealing With Cockroaches, Termites, Rodents and Scorpions

By CimeX | Oct 4, 2018

1. Put up food to keep cockroaches at bay Cockroaches are a most undesirable summertime pest that are also a threat to our health by consuming our food and contaminating our indoor environment. Cockroaches live and thrive where there is food, warmth, and moisture, making the summer prime time for them to make an appearance […]

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Why Continue Pest Control Through Fall And Winter?

By CimeX | Oct 3, 2018

Spring and summer are busy months for pest control services. Blooming trees and warm weather bring swarms of insects and other pesky critters. Many people turn to pest control technicians to solve their infestation problems during this time of year. What few people fail to realize is that pest control treatments should be scheduled year […]

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