Ants like to travel in colonies--meaning tens of thousands of ants could be traveling with that one ant you just found in your pantry. If you aren't sure where the rest of the colony is located, you'll need to do some work. Preventing those ants from invading your home is key. Read on for tips to prevent ants from taking up residence inside your home. Wipe Down Your Kitchen Counters
26 June 2018
If you've spotted these little critters in your home, either alive or dead, it's important to take action immediately. These pests can and will take over your home if you just ignore them, and they are not going to leave your house on their own -- you have to get rid of them. Read on for tips on what to do if you've spotted bed bugs in your home. Start Cleaning
25 May 2018
No one wants to have rodents running around their home. If your home has a rat and rodent problem, you are going to want to make sure that you take the necessary steps to get rid of them. Not only are they disgusting, but they can also endanger your health as well, which is why you need to fight back against the rats in your home with everything that you have.
1 May 2018
No one wants to share their home with bugs or rodents, but pests are a common problem inside homes. They will find any way to get inside and take over your home. If you frequently have problems with pests or you simply want to protect your home, check out these four common ways you may be attracting pests into your home without even realizing it. Leaving Rotting Wood in Your Yard
13 April 2018
One of the things you'll want to be sure to do is work to have a home that is a healthy and safe place to live. The key to making this possible may rest in keeping ants out of your living space. The good news is there are things you can do to make this happen without a great deal of difficulty. Being aware of tips that can eliminate ants from being inside your home may be helpful to you.
26 March 2018
If you've noticed signs of unwelcome visitors in your home, you're probably wondering how to get rid of them -- without actually killing them. Whether it's bats nesting in your attic, mice hiding in your walls, a snake that's decided to stay warm in your house this winter, or some other type of wildlife visitor, there's a way to deal with it effectively. Today, some pest control companies specialize in humane animal control for situations just like yours.
6 March 2018
One pest you will want to keep out of your home is almost certain to be roaches. These can carry a number of diseases which makes working to ensure your home is a safe zone is ideal. However, it's possible for this pest to get inside your property at any time unless you're extremely careful on a daily basis. Being aware of specific tips that can help prevent roaches is sure to be ideal.
13 February 2018
Seeing a wasp every once in a while isn't always an indicator of a problem, but if you start seeing a lot of wasps near or inside of your home, it may be time to start doing some investigating. Wasps can cause painful stings, and for some people can even have severe allergic reactions to stings. If you have small children, if you are afraid of wasps, or if you have a stinging insect allergy, you'll want to take steps to get rid of the problem.
8 December 2017
You want to keep termites from infesting your home and eating it practically right out from under you. The best way to prevent an infestation is to be just as diligent on the exterior of your home as you are on the inside. You also want to make sure you aren't providing termites with a very tempting option and that you don't accidentally bring them right in to the house. Here are some things about termites that you should know that will help you keep them away:
15 November 2017
Have you spotted a rat running around in your home? Your first instinct may have been to go into panic mode. After all, no one wants to see a rodent living in their home. Now that you've spotted a rat, you'll need to take action because there could be other rodents living in your home. It's not good to have these pests in your home because not only can they cause a lot of destruction, but they're known for carrying diseases that could potentially cause you and other people in the home to get sick.
23 October 2017