Rodent Infestations in residential or commercial settings are typically the result of one of four common mice or rat types. Regardless of the type of rodent, in most cases, once you’ve identified a problem inside or outside your building, its best to get in touch with a pest control expert to eradicate the mice or rat population quickly and effectively. By learning more about these three common rodents you can more easily identify their presence and help control environmental conditions to prevent entry and potential infestation issues. Read More »
Jeannette Walls’ The Glass Castle is a memoir about the author’s troubled childhood with a pair of parents more committed to their personal quirks than the well-being of their poverty-stricken children. In one particularly painful scene, a young Jeannette tells her mother about how a friend lives in a home that seems magically free of flies thanks to a No-Pest Strip. But her mother refuses to get one, saying, “If it kills the flies, it can’t be very good for us.” Read More »
Regular visits from your neighborhood exterminator include checks for changes or signs of pest activity, checking traps, and putting preventative measures in place to reduce pest populations. With regular visits, even if pests aren’t visible, pest control experts have the chance to inspect the infrastructure of your building or facility and look for new pest-related threats. In addition, regular visits actually help to keep pest management costs down. Read More »
Bedbug and flea bites are similar at first glance, so telling the difference can be difficult. You need to identify the problem so that you can properly treat it as both insects can carry several diseases that can be passed to even humans. Here is how to identify the bite and the bugs that cause them.
The easiest way to differentiate between flea and bed bug bites is when you start to feel pain after the bite; flea bites hurt almost immediately while bed bug bites don’t produce pain until several hours later. Fleas bite are usually isolated to the lower body and appear in random groupings while bed bug bites are typically in a line. Finally, both bites result in inflammation, but bed bug bites can be significantly larger. Read on to learn how to find and remove each pest.
You are probably cringing right now, just thinking of bed bugs. These pests are among the most feared by homeowners and, unfortunately, they are on the rise in the US. How can you protect your family from these pests? We will help you understand the health problems that bed bugs cause and develop a plan of action to prevent bed bugs from invading your home. Read More »
Just the thought of bed bugs is enough to send most of us into a cringe and unfortunately, they often find their way into the cleanest of homes. Most homeowners don’t even realize they have an infestation until the problem is advanced and they see active bugs, egg sacks, or nymphs. The best way to keep your home bed bug free is to inspect your beds and upholstery regularly and look for tell-tale signs that bed bugs may be nearby. Read More »
Rodents are unwelcome visitors in our homes and businesses, yet that doesn’t seem to bother them too much. They don’t wait for an invitation, so it’s important to take steps to prevent them from infiltrating your property. With these cleaning tips for rodent control, you can optimize your property to be safe and rodent-free. Learn what it takes to keep rodents outside where they belong. Read More »
Our furry companions are among the best parts of our lives. They’re fun to spend time with, and they make us laugh even when we’re feeling down. Additionally, they serve as great alarm systems when it comes to intruders, even if the intruders are pests like roaches, rodents and more. Read More »
Termites have become infamous for the damage they can do to a property, and their capabilities haven’t been exaggerated. In fact, the residential and commercial damage they cause costs more than $1 billion a year in the United States. If you’re looking to stop termite invaders from infiltrating your property, you’re going to need the help of experienced pest control services. Learn the basics of termite control 101, and find out how we can help with your pest management needs. Read More »