The start of spring brings flowers and warm weather and, unfortunately, pests. Keep all kinds of pests out of your home, from ants to squirrels and termites, by preparing your home and putting up all your best defenses before the pests arrive in full force and try to get inside. #1 Have a Pest Control Company Prepare Your Home One of the best things you can do is have a pest control company come out at the start of spring and prepare your home.
27 March 2019
Pests don't go away just because it gets cold outside. Winter is one of the times of year when pests seem to pop up the most inside of homes. Rodents, like mice, don't like to be out in the cold even more than you. That is why you need to make sure you properly winterize your home to keep out unwelcomed and unwanted rodents. 1. Clean Your Gutters Keeping pests away from your home starts on the outside.
2 January 2019
Not just beds can get infested with bed bugs, but all types of furniture such as couches and chairs can become infested. And if you aren't careful, you could bring bed bugs home with the used furniture you purchase. So consider using the following tips to avoid bringing those bed bugs home: Do a Full Inspection Before purchasing any piece of used furniture, it's a good idea to do a thorough inspection to make sure that bed bugs aren't visually obvious.
18 August 2018
The housing boom has led to many people moving into neighborhoods that are still under construction. While there are some definite benefits to being one of the first people living on the block, there are also a few drawbacks when the streets are still filled with vacant lots. Unfortunately, rodents tend to be drawn to vacant plots of land that provide them with easy nesting areas and sources of food. To keep them out of your new house, use these rat control tips that reduce the possibility of them coming inside.
11 June 2018
It may seem like something from a science fiction movie, but bee invasions in homes, garages, and other structures occur frequently, in both rural and urban areas. A prime example occurred in July of 2017 when a Brooklyn bedroom was found to have been invaded by some 35,000 bees. Even more frightening than a bedroom full of bees is the fact that experts believe the hive may have been active in that location for years before it was discovered.
14 May 2018
Gnats can be very pesky, and they are so small and fast that they are hard to eliminate. They also reproduce very quickly, so if you have a few gnats now it will turn into many later. Fortunately, there are things you can do now before the gnats' time to reproduce. Below is more information about this so you can get started. Remove Food Sources Gnats love to eat vegetables, fruit, and other organic products.
20 April 2018
There are many pests you don't want to find on your property, but probably the least liked is the cockroach. These insects enter your home seeking food and shelter, and they could be carrying all sorts of diseases. You can deal with them effectively, though, by taking these steps. Identify Infestation Areas Before you start taking calculated measures to remove these pesky insects, you first need to identify where your infestation problem is.
4 April 2018
One of the biggest annoyances you can experience in your home is an ant infestation. Seeing ants crawling around in your kitchen or elsewhere in your house can be frustrating and can make you just want to clean and clean again. However, this will not completely rid your home of the ants infesting it. Get to know some of the things you can do to deal with the ants in your home.
16 March 2018
Scorpions are one type of household pest that inspire fear since they are known to pack a painful and poisonous sting. Yet, they also play an important role in our environment by keeping insect and small animal populations down. Unfortunately, scorpions sometimes invade buildings in search of food and water, and they rarely leave many signs other than visual sightings. For this reason, it is best to use these scorpion control strategies throughout the year.
26 February 2018
The sight of a scorpion can be terrifying, particularly for someone who has never seen one before. These creatures are typically found in the Southwest, and they can be poisonous to humans as well as pets. To keep a scourge of scorpions from invading your home and yard, use the following helpful tips. Get Rid Of Your Rock Bed Rock beds can bring beauty to homes while also limiting the amount of lawn maintenance you need to do every week.
24 January 2018