If you believe that you’re dealing with a stray rat or a lost group of ants, it may be appropriate to take care of those issues yourself.
Termite damage is frightening for any home or business owner, as it can cause severe damage to the structure of the building. In some cases, termite damage can add up to costly repairs. It is very difficult to detect termite activity unless you know the signs to look out for or have yearly inspections. Another… Read more »
There are plenty of perks to living in an apartment, especially in a big city, but they are too often prone to letting in some unwanted roommates: cockroaches. These year-round pests love invading homes and apartment complexes in search of food and shelter. Cockroach prevention takes a concerted effort among apartment residents. When one apartment… Read more »
Everyone homeowner fears the possibility of bed bugs taking up residence in their bed, furniture or anywhere else in their living space. So, when you find small insects in your home that appear to be bed bugs, it’s only natural to assume that’s what they must be. Believe it or not, though, bed bugs are… Read more »
About 90 people die per year from bee or wasp stings. These insects have poison that causes deadly allergic reactions. Not everyone succumbs to these stings, but that does not mean they are not painful. If you’ve noticed a bee or wasp nest on your property, perhaps you’re wondering, “Should I try removing a bee… Read more »
Termite infestations are relatively common, especially if you live in a heavily wooded area. The spring is typically a time when termites “come alive” again, as they like the warm weather and will be disturbed from their nests after heavy rainfall. Getting a termite infestation in the spring or any time the weather can happen.… Read more »
Globally, there are nearly 1000 unique species of ticks, and they are found everywhere across the United States. Depending on where you live, ticks can be a pest at any time of year. The typical tick season begins when the weather warms and dormant ticks begin to look for food. In most of the U.S.,… Read more »
The answer to this question is easy to answer. Yes, you can bring bed bugs back from an infested hotel. In fact, past studies have shown that 68% of bed bug infestations occur at hotels and motels. So why does this happen? Well, these tiny creatures are hitchhikers. They jump from object to object and… Read more »