When I moved into my current home, I almost immediately noticed the roaches. While the place wasn’t overrun with them, I saw them far too often. For a few years, my husband and I tried almost every anti-roach product available on the market. We would enjoy success for a short duration. However, the roaches always came back. Then, a wonderful thing happened. We hired a pest control company to spray our home for termites. As a bonus, the chemicals used to prevent termites got rid of our roach issue. If you want to protect your family from harmful roaches, contact a local pest control entity today. On this blog, you will learn how to rid your home of roaches for good with the help of a pest control specialist.
8 November 2017
Bed bugs are tiny nuisances that feed off of blood and can make their home in not just your bed, but elsewhere in your home such as in carpeting, other furniture, behind photos and baseboards, and inside wall plates. These pesky bugs can take over your home if you don't take care of the problem as soon as you notice that you have one. See below for some tips to help you get rid of bed bugs.
17 October 2017
Any property that you own should have some sort of pest control. If you don't take pest control measures, there is a good chance that bugs will infest your property and become unmanageable. This is why it is vital that you get good pest control early on. Here are some things you should know. If You Don't See Any Bugs, Should You Get Pest Control? Just because you can't see any bugs doesn't mean that you don't have a problem; it simply means that the bugs are nesting and hiding.
24 September 2017
As a gardener, nothing is worse than to find a pest infestation in your yard has begun to destroy or has destroyed some of your garden vegetables. An infestation of grasshoppers can decimate certain types of vegetables in your garden, as they can quickly eat leaves and the fruit from a plant. And if you have had grasshoppers in large numbers this year, chances are pretty good they will lay their eggs this fall to reemerge next season for another infestation.
6 September 2017
Bats are unique pests to deal with. They can invade your attic in large numbers. The colony is mostly comprised of females who each give birth to one baby bat each summer. That means at some point in the summer, the number of bats in your attic can double. While bats are very beneficial to have around because they feast on mosquitoes and other insects, you certainly don't want them in your attic.
21 August 2017
If you have noticed a swarm of flying insects around the entrance to your home's crawl space, you may wonder whether or not they are flying ants or termites. If so, ask yourself the following questions to help you determine the differences between the two insects. What Body Shape Do the Insects Have? The first question you should ask yourself when investigating the type of insects swarming around your crawl space is about the body shape.