Walking into a room and seeing a rat is never a fun experience. Most people are amazed at just how big these little rodents actually are. When you see a rat in your home you know that it is time to take action. Not only are rats bad for your home because they chew through insulation and wiring, but they also carry fleas and are known to have been the cause of the plague.
15 September 2017
If you recently spent a great deal of time and money on new clothing, the last thing you want to see is holes in your items. Webbing clothes moths could be the culprits behind your damaged clothing. Webbing clothes moths can cause significant damage in items made with fabric, including clothes, curtains, and furnishings. You can protect the rest of your clothing and other fabrics with the following information. What Are Webbing Clothes Moths?
23 August 2017
Mosquitoes are one of the most common pests that will take up residence in your yard, and can leave painful bites and carry diseases which make them a more unwelcome guest than most other insects. Thankfully, you don't need to hire an exterminator or use powerful chemicals to cut down on their population in your garden, since there are several plants that give off a powerful scent that will keep mosquitoes out of your yard and away from your family.
2 August 2017
Anyone can claim to be a termite pest control inspector, but the only test control inspector you should hire is a certified termite inspector who is trained and qualified to determine whether your home has termites. The costs of finding and destroying termite organisms can be enormous when the insects are embedded in the wooden structures of your home. So you should protect your property's investments and use a certified termite inspector to examine and completely extinguish these pests if they are found in your home.
18 July 2017
According to the latest numbers, homeowners will spend an average of $3,000 to fix damage caused by termites. These little bugs feed on cellulose, a common component in plants, and can cause significant damage to a home within a matter of months with their voracious appetites. It can be challenging to completely eliminate termites once they've taken up residence in your house, so here are five simple things you can do to keep them out.
14 April 2017
With spring just starting, it is also time for the neighborhood ants to make a return as well. If you struggled with keeping ants out of your home last spring and summer, here are a few things you can do ahead of time to help keep the ants at bay this year. #1 Package Up Your Pet Food Don't leave your pet food sitting out, open, in the bags that they came in.
11 April 2017
Spiders can be a terrible nuisance for a homeowner to have to address. In addition to causing fear, spiders can also cause potentially serious bites. Sadly, there are many homeowners that are not sure of the steps that they should be taking to help reduce the risks that their home develops a spider problem. Keep The Home Clean Keeping your home clean and orderly can be one of the most effective ways of helping to combat this problem.
24 March 2017
One of the most common nuisances you might face with your garage is nesting squirrels. Especially when the weather gets cold, squirrels look for shelter and warmer places to nest, which often leads them to the garage. In fact, one common place for them to nest is under the hood of a car, because the engine provides some heat. Here are some tips to help you keep the neighborhood squirrels out of your garage and car, protecting your engine wires and the rest of your belongings.
11 March 2017
Planting and growing a garden is a rewarding activity, as it can provide you and your family with healthy fruits and vegetables. Along with gardening comes caring for and keeping your plants healthy by protecting them from damaging insects and pests. But before using any pest control treatment, you want to make sure it is safe to use around your family. Here are some safe and effective tips you can do yourself to help you keep your garden plants free of pests.
2 March 2017