Monthly Archive: October 2011

Oct 29

Choosing The Right Rodent Exterminator in the Kansas City Area

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Choose the Right Rodent Exterminator for Getting Rid of Pests from Your Home No one wants to have bugs, rodents or any other pests in their home, invading their peace of mind. It will obviously be unhealthy as well as annoying for anyone to live under these conditions. In order to get rid of rodents, …

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Oct 22

Time to Get Tough on Bugs AND Prices!

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Ram Exterminators has a pest control deal that you can’t beat for your business! For a limited time only, you can switch your business’ pest control service to Ram Exterminators and we will give you and instant 25% savings over what you are currently paying!  Just show us your pest control bill. It’s that simple.

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Oct 17

Brown Recluse Spiders

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It’s That Time of Year When Brown Recluse Spiders Come In To Your Home It’s no surprise to anyone that Brown Recluse Spiders reside in the Kansas City area. This venomous spider is found throughout the midwest, and we are right in the heart of the areas they tend to inhabit. The brown recluse spider …

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Oct 09

Kansas City Home Termite Inspection

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Facts About A Termite Inspection in Kansas City What does a termite inspection entail? A termite inspection is a visual inspection of the readily accessible areas of a home for evidence of wood-destroying insects (WDI) and wood-destroying organisms (WDO). The inspector will visually inspect the entire interior of a home (including accessing and entering any …

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Oct 03

Time for Rodent Management in your Kansas City Home?

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Ram Exterminators is your pest control solution! With colder weather approaching the Kansas City area, we aren’t the only ones looking to stay warm. Mice, rats,  and rodents are not big fans of the cold either, in fact, most start looking for a warmer place to stay when the first signs of the frigid cold …

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